Why Am I Drawn To Toxic Behaviours?


You are an empath.

There are many great things about being an empath.

However, there are downsides and a significant one is that you are drawn to Toxic Behaviours more than other people.

Why is this?

This material will assist you in understanding, in clear and concise terms the following :-

The distinction between Toxic Behaviour and Toxic People

Who engages in Toxic Behaviours

Understanding the Empath-Narcissist Spectrum

Understanding the nature of narcissistic and empathic traits within this spectrum

Understanding the position of Emotional Empathy on the Empath-Narcissist Spectrum

Understanding the concept of Proxy Narcissism

How this operates to draw you to Toxic Behaviours

Why other people are not drawn to Toxic Behaviours

How your involvement with Toxic Behaviours pans out

As part of building your Logic Defences, understanding the impact and reason why you an an empathic person are drawn to Toxic Behaviours is fundamental.

Access this unique material through an audio file provided by email.

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2 thoughts on “Why Am I Drawn To Toxic Behaviours?

  1. Isabelle says:

    This material was one of the first that I purchased when I found HG’s work. It is one of the must-haves I think, and like with all the material, I have found again that it is very useful to keep coming back to it.
    I have just listened to it again and realised that over the past two years, when I have met new people I have not always walked away immediately from toxic behaviours (as you rightly say we must, HG). Somehow I had left aside one essential aspect of this material: keep your distance from toxic behaviours, whether the people exhibiting them actually are or aren’t toxic individuals.

    Giving the benefit of the doubt and sticking around in case the person is not toxic (as I may be tempted to do) is a very bad idea indeed.

    It is like with the articles on the blog: re-reading – and in the case of this material and others: listening again – enables us to notice or focus on a different part. As I keep realising.
    Part of the learning to keep safe!
    I can’t thank you enough, HG.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You are welcome, Isabelle.

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