11 toxic relationship habits we mistake as healthy
Kris Gage

It goes without saying as valid as all these points are, anyone who goes into a relationship looking to be “completed”, “saved”, “healed” or “changed” is best off waiting until they’ve done these things for themselves as opposed to asking or expecting another person to do it for them.

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