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5 Reasons Why Smart People Stay In so much Toxic Relationships..

5 Reasons Why Smart People Stay In so much  Toxic Relationships..

Why a smart person stays in an abusive relationship is a mystery for many, including you, the victim. You are labeled and blamed as needy, co-dependent, or an enabler. When two people are under the influence of love, they are tethered together, interconnected, and interdependent. Everything each does serves the relationship. The two become one — a team, depending and relying on each other. You have each other’s back. Your joy is magnified. With abuse, however, that tethered relationship becomes self-serving and therefore, loses its integrity.
1. They use destructive conditioning. A narcissist conditions you to become afraid of doing the very things that once made your life fulfilling as they now bring you frustration or anxiety. In time, you learn to associate your strengths, talents, and happy memories with abuse and disrespect. Ineffective in being able to influence your partner makes you feel inadequate. The conditio…

5 Ways To Balance Your Love Life And Career Without harmself

5 Ways To Balance Your Love Life And Career Without  harmself..
Career is not easy to everything.. No one ever said managing a career was easy. Throw a relationship into the mix and you've got career suicide, right? Wrong. While we'd all love to forgo a day of work in exchange for a fun-filled day with our significant other, having a strong relationship doesn't mean your occupational goals have to suffer. It's quite the opposite!

Extensive research on the subject of relationships and careers shows that people in successful relationships not only make more money, they're healthier, live longer, and get more promotions than singles do. So how can you juggle your relationship and your career?
We've got the five tips that'll keep your work and love life harmonious—and YOU sane!
1. Prioritize

It's a fact: Sometimes life forces us to put more weight on one thing than another. Often, this priority shift means forgoing one goal in exchange for another; for exa…