Don’t you just love how the word “TOXIC” is so casually tossed around now to label even the most innocuous shite you can possibly imagine.
Here is some relationship advice DRIVEL that you know from the writer is definitely “valid” because he keeps using the word “toxic” all the time because, you know, he’s on-trend and all post-Weinstein, #MeToo here.
Evidently this bloke perceives that most people in relationships are still 15 years old. I cannot conceive that any grown adult (who isn’t psychotic) would engage in half those behaviours or habits he mentions to steer clear of, you toxic, toxic, children of toxicity, you.
It’s also painful to read because it does fall into the painfully obvious trap that all of this “relationship advice” guff does – the notion that every human on earth works exactly the same way, and will respond in exactly the same way to set procedure a), b) and c).
If you are one of these pompous, know-it-all types that manages to make money from people gullible enough to actually believe that garbage, then good on you. Personally I happen to believe human behaviour is just a little bit more complex than that.