If you are ever trapped in a toxic relationship, you understand the feeling of dying a little every day.
Different from normal relationships with ups and downs, there are signs of a toxic relationship and sometimes you don’t even need to read any of them to know that he/she is killing you from inside out.
That said, leaving the toxic relationship, especially when you are still in love, is never an easy thing to do.
So we have gathered 30 toxic relationship quotes that will encourage you to take the action and walk out of the door.
Inspiring Quotes About Toxic Relationships
Quotes About Toxic Relationship Signs
If you are not happy with your relationship and it’s becoming too much to handle, you may already know the ugly truth.
Sometimes we hesitate because all the efforts we put in the relationship would be wasted once we call it off.
And sometimes the fear of getting hurt stops us to take action. But only when you take off the blindfold can you see the light.
And it is only going to get better from this point on. In moments of doubt, these quotes may be able to help.
You don’t have to fix anyone.
Stop setting yourself on fire to keep someone else warm.
Just because someone desires you, does not mean that he values you.
Toxic people are not always bad guys trying to break your heart and soul. They can be people who love us dearly.
Not everyone expresses love the right way. If it means manipulation, stress and mental control, there’s no justification no matter how much they love you. People are different, and it’s not your responsibility to change them.
A healthy relationship doesn’t drag you down. It inspires you to be better.
And those who truly loves you will want you to be better. They will do what they can to help you thrive instead of tying their mental blocks to your ankle.
The moment that you start to wonder if you deserve better, you do.
People in a healthy relationship will never assume their partner as “toxic”.
If you feel wrong about your current relationship, it may not necessarily be toxic. But it is definitely not healthy.
A healthy relationship will never require you to sacrifice your friends, your dream, or your dignity.