I’ve had my fair share of toxic relationships.
Once, I was dating a girl who would become frustrated at me when I achieved a new success. Instead of being joyful or supportive, she would bring the conversation around to what she didn’t have or what she wasn’t getting.
It was the worst feeling ever — to have someone you cared about not be happy when you accomplished something.
Toxic relationships are something that almost everyone experiences at some point in their lives. Maybe you’re in one right now.
Do you constantly feel drained, put down, or ignored in a relationship? It can be easy to get accustomed to feeling this way, but I promise you — healthy relationships do not feel like this. They uplift you, support you, and encourage you to grow.
On this 5-Minute Friday episode, I would like to share a clip from my interview with Chris Lee about what to do about toxic relationships.
Chris Lee is a transformational facilitator, TV personality, and coach that has been doing deep work for 30 years. He has been on the School of Greatness podcast more than any guest, totaling at 14 times!
Lee has spent the last 27 years leading powerful Leadership Seminars around the world. A pioneer in emotional intelligence, Chris Lee has trained and developed people at the top of their game such as Olympic athletes, Fortune 500 Business leaders, celebrities, and individuals with a desire to elevate themselves. Chris Lee also serves as a collaborator on TV and radio shows for Univision and The Fox Network.
Chris has been by my side through some huge transformations. He’s helped me come clean about my past and build better relationships in all aspects of my live.
On this 5-Minute Friday, we talk about toxic relationships. The first step in dealing with such a relationship is to identify it.
But how do you identify it? How do you know you’re in a toxic relationship when you’ve known nothing different? Are toxic relationships reparable?
Listen to Episode 924 to find out with my good friend, Chris Lee.