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Claim Your Right To Rid Yourself Of Toxic People Pt9

Dr. Phil McGraw discusses the importance of recognizing and removing toxic people from your life. Your uniqueness in relationships and situations is brilliant. Do not define yourself by toxic individuals. Dr. Phil shares a personal story about how he ended up on Oprah's television show and highlights the importance of making a difference in people's lives.

Learn about intentions and what sets you apart from others and makes you essential. Have a defined image, set boundaries, and plan to achieve success. Be willing to stretch yourself, and keep your options open. Dr. Phil encourages you to claim your right to rid yourself of toxic people and reassures you that you deserve to be surrounded by supportive individuals.

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Protect Yourself: Rid Yourself From Toxic People

Mental Health Resources

  • The American Psychiatric Association has a comprehensive guide on help with personality disorders, for patients and their families. Learn about the 10 specific types, symptoms and treatment.

  • The National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) offers contact information for several groups who can assist with finding treatment, financial assistance and advocacy services.

  • The Personality Disorders Awareness Network (PDAN) has compiled a list of international organizations that can help.

  • Cleveland Clinic offers research on Antisocial Personality Disorder including symptoms and causes, prevention and outlook/prognosis.


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I changed my mind after reading your article. It helps me gain cookie clicker 2 more useful knowledge. Thank you for sharing


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21 בנוב׳ 2023

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16 באוג׳ 2023

Dear Dr. PHIL, Thank you for sharing your thoughts and insights on the malignant narcissistic. You totally described my experiences and abuse of my ex husband who I was married to for 17 years! I went through some therapy where I was diagnosed with CPTSD! I moved with my 2 young sons across the country to get away from him and his toxic behavior for the past 15 years and raised my boys into wonderful men ! 💙 Three years ago my ex husband decided he was going to move next door to me " to be close to his boys "! I thought he might have changed after all of these years since he was 50 years…

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