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Toxic people, stress, drama, and negativity. How to escape, when you can’t.

Boundaries and risk management are very important parts of living a healthy and positive life.

Toxic people, stress, drama, and negativity. How to escape, when you can’t with Bryant & Jenni

Toxic people, stress, drama, and negativity. How to escape, when you can’t with Bryant McGill & Jenni Young McGill, "On the Go" at GoMcGill

Posted by McGill Media on Saturday, September 8, 2018

Watch the VIDEO above to learn how to MOVE FORWARD from toxic people, stress, drama, and negativity, with Bryant & Jenni “On the Go!” at GoMcGill.com

Boundaries and risk management are very important parts of living a healthy and positive life.

Boundaries and risk management are very important parts of living a healthy and positive life. Even professional therapists, psychologists, and social workers draw boundaries to limit exposure to their clients. What makes you think you can handle unlimited exposure to toxic people and survive? You can still be a charitable person who helps and cares about people, without helping those very people destroy your life. Learn how to draw a line and learn how to enforce it — let people know what is and what is not accepted by you. Get selfish and take care of you. Cleanliness and order are good Feng Shui, which applies to people even more than it does to the things in your life.

You must clear out what you don't want, to make room for what you do want to arrive.

You must clear out what you don't want, to make room for what you do want to arrive. The intimate space of your personal life should be reserved for amazing, beautiful, radiant souls — good, wholesome and loving people. Your truest family is your chosen family, people with whom you most identify.

A person doesn't need to be toxic to get rid of them. You can get rid of any person for any reason. It doesn't matter if they are a saint.

Even when people are clearly toxic and abusive, people will argue over cutting them off and getting them out of their life. You don't need a reason to move someone out of your life. A person doesn't need to be toxic to get rid of them. You can get rid of any person for any reason. It doesn't matter if they are a saint. If you don't like their “vibe” or you are uncomfortable, or feeling that they are out-of-sync with your life path, you have the right to let them go. Being a gatekeeper in your own life is crucial. Who you ally yourself with is always the paramount consideration of your life.

There is hardly anything more limiting or more empowering than who you allow to stay in your life.

Learning to move people out the rings of your concentric circles quickly and neatly is a vital skill. Protect your energy and reserve the nucleus of your inner-circle for those with whom you share a rare destiny.There is hardly anything more limiting or more empowering than who you allow to stay in your life.

If you want your life to be different you have to start reacting to life differently.

If you want your life to be different you have to start reacting to life differently. The question you must ask yourself is, what is it about you that causes you to choose situations and people who expose you to risk, sadness and hurt? Why do you do it to yourself? You choose these things because that's who you are. Like attracts like. Dysfunction relates to dysfunction. You know, “birds of a feather” — you've heard it all before. But really, it is about your deepest core identity, your self-esteem, your soul-signature, and your level of spiritual and intellectual development. If you want more, then be more. If you want better, then be better.

“As I began to love myself I freed myself of anything that is no good for my health — food, people, things, situations, and everything that drew me down and away from myself. At first I called this attitude a healthy egoism. Today I know it is ‘LOVE OF ONESELF.'” — Charlie Chaplin

The real ladder of opportunity is ascending levels of consciousness. As your consciousness, refinement and pureness of heart expand you will become less judgmental, less corrective, less reactive, less black-and-white, less critical, less apt to blame and less tormented by others and their faults and views. As the aperture of your heart opens to love you will receive more of the light of compassion, acceptance, gentleness, grace and understanding. The more evolved you are the less you will agree or disagree with others, and the more you will gently sift through the fullness of what people are offering and gratefully take only what you need.

The more spiritually aware you become, the more you will focus on your own development and less on the imperfections of others.

The more spiritually aware you become, the more you will focus on your own development and less on the imperfections of others. As an evolved being, you will begin to see pettiness, quarreling and correcting others as non-constructive and crude. As you evolve, you will learn that the only person you need to correct is yourself. We teach best by how we live life; who we are instructs with absolute clarity.

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Bryant McGill is a human potential thought leader, international bestselling author, activist, and social entrepreneur.

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Ottamie Gavras
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I’ve stopped trying to save people, ungrateful, unkind, and never satisfied so they can now go there own way, as for me and mine we will stay on the straight and narrow always moving forward.

Luanda Tunisia Ordonez
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I depend on God and it works….blessings.

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La’Reen Willumsen hi

Meenakshi Singhal
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Yes that’s true!!!! We can’t save everyone but definitely we can try. 🙂

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Awesome thanks

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Thank you ❤️

Amanda Fernandez
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You can Love people from a distance, including family members. We can choose to deal with certain people in small doses or not at all. #Boundaries.

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Amanda Fernandez , love this!

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Thanks for the link. Following. Excellent talk tonight.

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Thank You for the links … I have no idea why the internet is hanging up so badly tonight … saving the links for viewing later …

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Joined, thanks!

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Lol?! Anyway… if you are a hitman, then you’re hired!

Amanda Fernandez
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When I started weeding out the toxic people in my life, I came to realize that I was just as toxic to me as they were. When you start Loving yourself, everything changes. 🙏💖🙏

Christine Carlo
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Yes its an eye opener when you find out you’re just as toxic 😳 . We find out that as we are being victimized we’ve given away our power to them and blame them . Silly when we put it that way but its so true . The only way to get your way or find your way Is to walk away . You’ll never be yourself with a narcissistic controlling person. Never !

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And I like the saying “If you are in an airplane and are going to crash, put your own oxygen mask on first in order to save anyone else…” Something like that lol.

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That is common sense.

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Absolutely

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Toxic people are energy vampires…