Toxic Relationship Quotes that perfectly describe your situation

By Dr. Zahid Iqbal

It’s easy to feel like you’re in a toxic relationship when you find yourself feeling annoyed, frustrated, or even hurt by your partner all the time. Whether it’s your significant other, an acquaintanceacquaintance who wants to be more than friends, or even family members, toxic relationships affect us all, and it’s important to recognize them when they show up in our lives. These seven quotes about toxic relationships provide perfect examples of some very real situations people experience on a regular basis, and will help you keep them from happening to you in the future.

1) You never know how strong you are until being strong is your only choice. – Bob Marley

Marley was a strong advocate for peace, spreading a message of unity and love through his music. Despite ongoing financial troubles and criticism from other musicians, Marley persevered with a passion that inspired millions. He continues to be an icon for millions of people around the world, even after his untimely death at age 36. Don’t let anyone or anything discourage you or make you second-guess your convictions – focus on your vision and strive toward it with everything you have. You might not know how strong you are until being strong is your only choice, but that doesn’t mean you should stop fighting to make it happen now.

2) I did it my way, which was not anyone else’s way. I’ve done it since I was 20 years old and I’m still doing it. – Frank Sinatra

The singer is said to have dated more than 2,000 women during his lifetime and he only tied the knot with his first wife, Nancy Barbato in 1939. The couple divorced in 1951 but Sinatra was married three more times before his death in 1998. Despite having a long list of lady loves, Frank Sinatra always maintained that marriage wasn’t for him. I did it my way is a song written by Sammy Cahn and is famously sung by Frank Sinatra as one of his most well-known songs. In an interview about what advice he’d give to his younger self, Sinatra said: To be successful you have to stand out from others in your own special way.

3) Loving someone unconditionally means loving them when they behave like a fool. It means loving them even when they treat you badly. Loving someone unconditionally doesn’t mean allowing them to hurt you over and over again. – Oprah Winfrey

You can’t love someone else until you’ve learned to love yourself. Loving someone unconditionally doesn’t mean allowing them to hurt you over and over again. – Oprah Winfrey: You can’t love someone else until you’ve learned to love yourself. Loving someone unconditionally doesn’t mean allowing them to hurt you over and over again. – Oprah Winfrey: You can’t love someone else until you’ve learned to love yourself. Loving someone unconditionally doesn’t mean allowing them to hurt you over and over again. – Oprah Winfrey: You can’t love someone else until you’ve learned to love yourself.

4) When things go wrong, don’t go with them. – Elvis Presley

It’s easy to follow your heart when you’re in love. It’s harder to stick by your beloved through hardships, especially when they are your own doing. If it doesn’t seem like things will ever improve, take solace in knowing that as long as you have someone who loves you no matter what, life is probably worth living.

5) My best friend is always there for me because she knows what to say and do when I act like an idiot! – Tina Fey

You might want to start by reaching out to someone else, like a friend or family member, who can help you see things clearly. Sure, talking to your partner is important and can make a huge difference—but remember that it’s not always easy for us to get our minds right. Asking a trusted friend (someone who isn’t involved in your situation) to talk with you about what you’re going through may be just what you need. Don’t be afraid to reach out; it’s hard for people (including us!) not to feel like we’re being dramatic when we have those I hate my life moments, but friends and family members often have different perspectives and insights into our situations.

6) Everything happens for a reason, but sometimes the reason isn’t very good. – Marilyn Monroe

When we’re deeply hurt by someone, it can be difficult to keep things in perspective. You might have a hard time understanding why things happened, and that’s OK. The fact is, some people just aren’t as good for us as we are for them. Their need to bring us down is more important than our need to feel accepted and loved. No matter how much you try, there will always be some relationships that just don’t work out. Instead of clinging to your own sense of hurt or anger after a breakup, look at what went wrong in your relationship and learn from it so you can move on with your life in a positive way.

7) It takes courage to love, but pain through love is the purifying fire which those who love generously know. – Kathleen Norris

Love is giving someone the power to destroy you, and trusting them not to. The great thing about love is that you always get back more than you give- if you can receive it. – Scrooge: There are many kinds of love in life, but never the same love twice. – F Scott Fitzgerald: Love is like a friendship caught on fire. In the beginning a flame, very pretty, often hot and fierce, but still only light and flickering. As love grows older, our hearts mature and our love becomes as coals, deep-burning and unquenchable.

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