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Now I go to her page, and I see no posts since her profile pic change in MAY, and I cant see HER friends list, only the mutual coworker friends we have. What kind of restricted status did I just get put on? If so, Im just going to unfriend her if thats how its going to be. Edit: Damn, all I think Ive ever did lately was ask her if she wanted to buy the other 49ers v Titans ticket I had. She did get promoted into management recently.
She did say hello to me in an odd way yesterday, which in hindsight seemed like the kind of hello you say when you think someone hasnt caught on to you restricting their Facebook access to you lol. I can play that two face game too. I think you’re taking facebook a little too seriously. She probably did that to everybody. I set my personal facebook account to where only I can see certain things simply because I’m not too fond of its openness. Plus, if you have mutual friends or working with the person be prepared for some painfully awkward moments if you do remove her.
Removing someone from facebook is one of those you do in life where in the end you kick yourself in the head for. I prune my friends list all the time, because IDGAF if people get offended, but if she is sort of your boss, you might want to just restrict her access too if you are taking this Facebook stuff seriously. I do it all the time. Actually went into the settings area. So theres a Restricted List you can put your “friends” on to where they only see the posts you make public. Yo, football season is so soon.
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That is all you gotta think about. I Liked a few of her posts here and there in the few months we were “Friends” and that was it. If she hadnt said hello so awkwardly yesterday I wouldnt have thought of it just now to look at her profile. Who knows how long shes secretly been squirming waiting for me to notice. Meh, I dont give a fuck, she means nothing to me. The only awkwardness will be on her side if she ever bothers to check mine and notice shes unfriended.
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I’ve got a great poker face. Um the fact that she got promoted into management is actually a very likely reason for making you a restricted friend. She now has a responsibility to project a certain amount of professionalism towards the people she manages, and it’s completely normal that she would no longer want employees to see her facebook feed. But only because now Ive got to use my guarded niceness around her as I have no clue WTF I did, or if it was just the management thing and her bosses told her it would be wise since Im a guy under her now. I know I havnt harassed her because Im not one of those guys. Id have been pulled into the office by now if she REALLY had a problem with me.
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None of us are immune to occasional toxic mood swings, but many people are more evolved, balanced and aware, and such occurrences happen only rarely in their lives. Whether your toxic behavior is a common occurrence, or just a once in a blue moon phenomena, it’s critical for your long-term happiness and success that you are able to recognize when you’re behaving negatively, and consciously shift your mindset when necessary. Envy is the art of counting someone else’s blessings instead of your own. There is nothing attractive or admirable about this behavior. So stop comparing your journey with everyone else’s.
Your journey is YOUR journey, NOT a competition. You are competing to be the best you can be. People are toxic to be around when they believe that everything happening around them is a direct assault on them or is in some way all about them. The truth is that what people say and do to you is much more about them, than you. People’s reactions to you are about their perspectives, wounds and experiences.
Whether people think you’re amazing, or believe you’re the worst, again, is more about them. Acting like you’re always a victim. Another toxic behavior is persistent complaining that fuels your sense of victimization. Believing you’re a victim, that you have no power to exert and no power over the direction of your life, is a toxic stance that keeps you stuck. But oftentimes letting go is the healthiest path forward. It clears out toxic thoughts from the past.
These people stubbornly refuse to see the positive side of life and the positive lessons from what’s happening. An inability to manage your emotions is toxic to everyone around you. Yelling at the grocery store clerk for the long line, screaming at an employee for a small error she made, or losing it with your daughter for spilling juice on the floor. Don’t always judge a person by what they show you. Remember, what you’ve seen is oftentimes only what that person has chosen to show you, or what they were driven to show based on their inner stress and pain. Alas, when another person tries to make you suffer in some small way, it is usually because they suffer deep within themselves.
Their suffering is simply spilling over. They tear people down online in a cowardly way, using their anonymity as a shield. Cruelty, backstabbing, and hurting others for any reason is toxic, and it hurts you as well. Cheating and cutting moral corners simply because you can. Cheating is a choice, not a mistake, and not an excuse!
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We each have light to shine, and missions to accomplish. People who constantly strive for validation by others are exhausting to be around. Those men and women who get caught up in the need to prove their worth over and over and over, and constantly want to win over everyone around them, are unintentionally toxic and draining. Over-attaching to how things have to look to others can wear you out and bring everyone else around you down. As human beings, we often chase hypothetical, static states of perfection. We do so when we are searching for the perfect house, job, friend or lover. The problem, of course, is that perfection doesn’t exist in a static state.
Because life is a continual journey, constantly evolving and changing. If you can relate to any of these toxic behaviors, remember, you are not alone. We all have unhealthy personalities buried deep within us that have the potential to sneak up on us sometimes. What toxic behaviors push you away from others?
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Leave a comment below and share your insights with us. This article was co-written by Marc and Angel and Kathy Caprino, and inspired by Kathy’s insightful work which can be found here. What if you realize that you do ALL these things! I have a lot of work to do. May be you should talk to someone close to you like a family memeber or someone you can trust or perhaps a seeing counsellor .
I see your point of view, have you been hurt or something happened in the past? I think many of the above are symptoms of depression. Well I had 10 when I was a kid and, 6 now. When I was a kid I’d hide who I really was because I thought people wouldn’t like me but, when I decided to be myself then people liked me. Today I had a spurt of number six with family members, I apologized.
Extremely tough week may get laid off and, my sister-in-law is taking advantage of my husband and father-in-law . Trying not to say anything, it will only make things worse. I have many of the issues described above. Who could I go to to get help on making the improvements I need? The first thing you need to be able to do is to become aware of the issues. It seems you are on your way since you can recognize and admit to them. If you have insurance you can look up online for a therapist to talk to.
Or start working on them yourself. Write things down, then go do something that you will enjoy that would not negatively harm you or another, then come back to your writing and see how you feel about the situation then. Use your feel good moments to help you positively work through the bad ones. Finding time to do positive things and following through will also help. Even if you have to go by yourself. Most people are so afraid to do things by themselves.