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13 ways to spot a toxic woman

Signs of a Toxic woman

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You may have met someone who seems like the perfect partner. You’re attracted to her and feel like she’s your soulmate—she makes you laugh, she makes you feel good about yourself, and she’s always happy for you when something good happens. But then something happens that changes everything: She starts acting differently around you or starts acting meaner than usual. What happened? Was it just a one-time thing? Or could this person be toxic? Here’s what signs to look out for when dealing with a toxic person in your life:

She has no idea what real friendship is.

She is not supportive.

She is not loyal to you, and she doesn’t have your back when it comes to things like: her friends, her family members (or even other people in the same situation as you), or even herself!

If you’re lucky enough to be friends with someone like this toxic woman for any length of time at all—and let’s face it—you probably will be if she’s your partner or co-worker—then chances are that their lack of support will eventually come back on them one day when they least expect it: during an argument with their spouse/partner/boss/coworker or just in general conversation where they are talking about something negative about someone else instead of themselves; which means those closest around them could hear what was said but did nothing because they weren’t bothered by these kinds words coming out from their mouths before now either way though maybe some might still find themselves needing help from others after hearing such things spoken aloud again too often over time…

She expects you to be her emotional rock.

You may have noticed that the woman you are dating is draining your energy and making you feel guilty for not being there for her. She may also make you feel like she is the only one who understands you or even the only one who has ever understood who you are. If this happens, it’s time to move on!

She’s never happy for you when something good happens.

She’s jealous of your success.

She is not a good friend, but only interested in herself.

She is not a good person to be around, and may have mental health issues that she tries to cover up with drugs and alcohol.

She sees the world in black and white.

It’s either you are with them, or against them. There are no shades of gray.

Toxic people don’t understand that there are many different ways to look at an issue—and they won’t ever see your point of view because they’re so focused on their own agenda (and not yours).

She doesn’t want you to grow or change.

This is the sign of a toxic woman. She won’t let you grow or change in any way, because she doesn’t want you to leave her. She wants to control your life and keep you trapped under her thumb, so she makes sure that no matter what happens, nothing will ever change for either party involved in this relationship.

If your partner tells you that she doesn’t want anything more than friendship from now on (even though it’s clear that this isn’t true), then this could be a sign that something about the dynamic between these two people has changed since the beginning of their relationship—and not necessarily for the better!

She always sees herself as the victim, so she’s never sorry for anything.

Toxic people are never sorry for anything. They always blame others for their actions, and they’ll never take responsibility for them either. And the reason that toxic people never see themselves as the victim is because they have an inflated sense of self-worth. They think they deserve everything that happens in their lives and therefore don’t feel any emotion when things go wrong—and if something does go wrong, it wasn’t their fault at all!

If you want to know whether someone is toxic or not, just ask yourself: Does this person ever apologize? Do they constantly make excuses for why something went wrong? Do they place blame on other people rather than take responsibility for bad behavior? If these things apply to your relationship with someone (or even if there isn’t one yet), then chances are high that your partner has been exposed to some form of manipulation from family members or friends who may have taught them this destructive behavior pattern early on in life.”

She doesn’t take responsibility for her actions or problems.

If you have a toxic woman in your life, she will blame other people and circumstances for her problems. She may also be quick to point out the faults of others without taking any responsibility for her own actions or words.

A toxic woman doesn’t learn from her mistakes and doesn’t accept responsibility for them.

If she had been a better person in this situation, maybe their relationship would have ended differently; but because she wasn’t ready to make amends yet, it didn’t matter anyway!

You have to set boundaries with a toxic person

Setting boundaries is important for a number of reasons. First, it helps you establish your own sense of self and makes you feel more comfortable around others. Second, setting boundaries gives you the freedom to live life on your terms—instead of being stuck in someone else’s reality or vice-versa.

Setting boundaries can be difficult when dealing with toxic people because they don’t respect boundaries at all; they will often push them away and try to break through them as quickly as possible so that they can get their way or feel entitled to whatever they want from someone else (or themselves).

The best way to set boundaries with a toxic person? You need distance yourself from them: don’t let them get close enough that their influence affects how much control over your actions/decisions/thoughts/feelings etc., which in turn affects everything else about your life including relationships with loved ones etc..

I hope this article has given you some tips on how to spot a toxic person and how to respond. You don’t have to put up with their behavior if it’s causing problems for you, but remember that each situation is different and there may be times when it’s best not to say anything at all. If in doubt, ask yourself if what she’s doing is actually making things better or worse for both of you – then choose one!

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