This is Joe. He goes to great extents to prove his love and I am sure you know what he is capable of doing. He is surely shown as a psychotic person and that’s a problem but the bigger problem is that he hardly realizes it. For him, he is just doing it out of love.
But you do understand that he is not really a “hero”, right? It’s super easy. We all can see through his traumas and narcissistic behavior because it’s so obvious because these are someone else’s traits and not ours.
But what if you are THE TOXIC PERSON?? Would you be able to identify it? Would you be able to work on yourself and improve?
It sounds tough, Doesn’t it? We are so much used to judgments that we hardly have time to reflect on our own behavior. In any relationship, We are always the good guy. in every argument, we are always the right one. But don’t you think there could be some behaviors, some habits, some recurring thoughts that might have played a huge role in every failed relationship of ours?
It’s time to talk about that. Let’s dig deep in. Let’s talk about our patterns, our behaviors, our habits, and our actions before questioning anything else.
How to start? Start from your roots. Understand your conditioning, Work on your patterns, change your habits and constantly work on self-growth.
And it’s very important to understand that your thoughts are your intuitions aren’t always right. Only when you start understanding that, you would be able to question yourself and change what needs to be changed.
Watch this video to know how your intuitions and thoughts aren’t always right.