Are you addicted to toxic relationships?
As I express in my video at the bottom of this article, some people can be addicted to chaos, which can be just as harmful as a drug or alcohol addiction. These individuals love the so-called assured unpredictability, which means that inconsistency is the only constant in these people’s lives.
“Chaos is not the problem; what matters is how long it takes to find consistency. –Childre & Bruce Cryer
While it’s good to get out of your ruts a bit and spice up your life once in a while, chaos in any form is very unstable and not really sustainable in the long run. Imagine, when you take a step, you are in a phase of imbalance before finding it quickly.
Chaos can take many forms. This can include disorderly behavior, mood swings, or becoming absorbed in other people’s problems (which is often a way of not confronting your own).
Take a step back and think about what can prompt you to cause or continue this chaos, if you experience a lot of it in your life.
Try to get away from other people’s chaos. This doesn’t necessarily mean removing these people from your life, it just means that you should resist the urge to involve yourself in the turmoil and scenes around you.
It is impossible to have true coherence in your life if you continue to flirt with chaos. You should resolve to no longer give in to chaos, just as you have made the decision to find more coherence.
If toxic relationships are right for you, keep doing the same, your results will always be the same, it’s your responsibility. Did you make the same mistake twice? It’s your choice to live in a toxic relationship.
Coach, expert against emotional dependence, it is through different support techniques, adapted to your situation, that I propose to help you in solving your problems.