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Coaching with Dr. Heidi Toxic Relationship Blog Post Public versus Private Character Trait

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Everybody thinks they’re Mr. Nice Guy or they’re the funny guy or they’re the one that plans everything and gets the group together. They can pour it on to make others believe that they are a very nice, caring, loving person.

The outward presentation and the public presentation of the toxic person is completely different than the one that those they are closest to see at home.

Public vs. Private

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This is Dr. Heidi with Coaching with Dr. Heidi. I am a Toxic Relationship Awareness & Healing Specialist, and this is the first in my series of blogs. This is the place to be if you are ready to de-toxic your life. What does that mean? Well, let me ask you a few questions:

Do you feel like you are under constant criticism?
Do you feel like you are isolated or kept apart from the people that love you or the people that support you the most?
Do you have a constant feeling of tension in your stomach or fear in your daily life?
Do you take the blame when it’s not yours to take?
Do you deny the fact that you may be in an abusive relationship, and does the person in the relationship with you deny that they do anything wrong?
Do you live in constant lies or do you feel like things aren’t adding up?
Do you feel like your life is controlled by others?

These, as well as several others character traits, mark a toxic person. Now, independently, these traits are not harmful. And, independently, all of us have toxic traits. But when they are combined with multiple of the other traits and then presented in a cyclic or repetitive-type environment, that is when we want to look at the relationship as a whole as perhaps an unhealthy place for you.

Welcome to Coaching with Dr. Heidi!


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