toxic relationships

First, everyone was a narcissist. Now they're "toxic."
Your mom friends should support you throughout the ups and downs of parenthood — but what if one of them is causing you stress instead of supporting you?
Sometimes loving yourself is used as an excuse for negative conduct. Here are the red flags to look out for.
Toxic relationships are rife with this kind of language.
This type of manipulation from partners, friends and family can incite fear and guilt. Here's what it looks like and how to confront it.
If you see someone who is supposed to be your "partner" as more of a rival than a devious collaborator, it might not be worth your trouble.
Quit trying to beat them at their own game.