Emotionally Draining Relationships – Why You Should Ditch Soul-Sucking Vampires

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6 Responses

  1. Amit Amin says:

    “Right now I am sure you already have one person in mind that you KNOW your life would be better without.”

    Nope – I’ve already removed um all!

    Negativity is way too contagious to leave festering.

    • Totally agree! Good job already taking that initiative. Most people will spend the rest of their lives with people they really don’t care to be around. Sad really

    • Ditto Amit. I removed the soul suckers and emotional drainers from my life a couple years ago when my personal renaissance began. It felt hard at first, and there was some brief guilt, but those quickly subsided and were replaced with feelings of relief and happiness.

      Fortunately, I didn’t have a lot to dislodge. Some of those vampires can be hard to shake!

  2. Priska says:

    I have moved on from people like this in my work and friendships.
    With family, socialization consists of polite get togethers at weddings and birthdays, whilst there being aware of the triggers and avoiding those topics.

  3. Kim Thirion says:

    Completely agree! I’ve known a few people like this (used to have a job full of them) and they really do suck the life out of you. We may like some of ’em, but they gotta go!

  4. I can’t say I’ve axed all these people from my life completely – but I do set things up so I spend as little time with them as possible. My life looks and feels a lot different now that I’ve done that , and removed myself from situations where I’m forced to spend time with ‘drainers.’

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