The ‘Emotional Vampires’ or toxic people, as some of us call them, might be truly a serious issue if you have them on a daily basis in your life. The toxic people often tend to be dangerous for their surroundings, often without even being conscious about the effects they cause.
If you want to achieve joy and happiness, you may need to invest yourself a lot in this purpose. Of course, you need to be lucky and the universe should be on your side. However, the hardest thing comes after that. To keep being happy or at least try to be positive every single day that comes is a very hard task. This way of thinking and living will help you keep good mental and physical health, grow over your personal issues and, even, re-discover the depths of your inner self. Being happy and positive means to ride upon the living energy at its fullest potential.
Toxic people or emotional vampires (as they are called by some psychologists) will most definitely prevent you from reaching these goals. It is simple, you just need to be surrounded by them in your environment. If you are constantly surrounded by toxic people, there is a huge chance that your energy will be drained. Also, you can feel weak and imprisoned by the negativity of those who consciously or subconsciously share it.
People are full of energy and they radiate. Each of us has chakras that balance the living energy, but this balance could often be disrupted. Toxic people are those who can make you feel this process so intense. These are the people who spread negativity and make you feel anxious. Whenever you feel their presence you feel tired, nervous and you don’t want to encounter their presence.
To isolate and heal yourself from such people, all you need to do is DISTANCING. Do not engage in conflicts because they won’t mind hurting your feelings. All you have to do is close all contact and move on.
Of course, naturally, this is very hard when the person is part of your closes family or friends. Sometimes people with certain traumas change and develop in a negative way. Try to find mutual understanding and try to be honest with them- tell them how much they mean to you, but, also, make a strong point of the negative effects they cause on you.