5 Toxic Female Behaviors in Relationships That Go Unnoticed

Toxic women destroy good men and thoroughly screw up their kids as well.

Jessey Anthony

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5 Signs of a Toxic Woman
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What really pisses me off in women is the double standard we have in accountability. We all hold men accountable for what they do, but when it comes to women, we don’t hold ourselves accountable for how our actions have damaged some men.

Honestly, I blame some women for the way men are because they have completely messed up some men’s perceptions of love and trust.

When he meets a good woman, he can’t fully appreciate her because he has built walls to shut every woman out in his head. He sabotages his relationship with a good woman just to avoid getting hurt again.

We have a general misconception when they think of toxic abusive women. We imagine the woman overpowering a weak, cowardly man and smirk at the idea.

The truth is most of the time, the woman can be physically or emotionally abusive. She may try to hit him with a glass, a plate, or an iron in a physically abusive relationship. If it’s emotional abuse, she could use passive aggression or manipulation to mess him up.

Toxic abuses are not easily spotted. They can be subtle and continue for years or even decades unnoticed.

A healthy relationship contributes to your self-esteem and emotional energy, while a toxic relationship damages self-esteem and drains energy.

So if you feel emotionally violated whenever you are with a certain woman, it would be wise to cut off from her. And if you do not know how to tell if she’s toxic or not, these signs will clear your confusion.

She’s an enabler

Enablers can be dangerous to live with. If she is in a relationship with someone who has an addiction, instead of helping the addict, it will allow him to continue his behavior.

In a codependent relationship, the enabler focuses on their partner’s feelings and needs, usually at her own expense.

No matter what enablers do, problems keep cropping up and reoccurring in their relationships. This is usually because the other partner is putting in little or no effort.

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Jessey Anthony

Motivational speaker, fitness enthusiast, and self-improvement nerd. See how I stay fit and confident: bit.ly/3j0Lm9Z