One thing for sure about toxic people: Whatever insult, injury, or confusion they’ve just inflicted is either your fault or a molehill you’re making a mountain out of. They never take responsibility for their actions. They may even see themselves as trying to help you out.
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The idea of reframing your thoughts isn’t a new concept. It goes back at least to the Stoic philosophy of ancient Greece and Rome, as encapsulated in Epictetus’ observation that “Men are disturbed, not by things, but by the views they take of them.”
Go to the source: Reframing for Resilience | The Art of Manliness
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