Why We Have Relationships with Others
Developing relationships with others is an essential part of being human. Our need to form connections with others is deeply engrained in us due to the evolution of humanity. As early humans evolved, they began banding together in groups to become better hunters. These groups also allowed them to better protect themselves against predators. Early humans needed others to survive. As time went on, and human beings evolved further, we kept this instinct to form relationships with other people. While we all have an innate desire to form strong social bonds with others, some relationships are toxic to our mental, emotional, and physical well-being. While romantic relationships are generally
Some people may not realize that they have been involved in a toxic relationship until many years, or even decades, have passed.
What Is Toxic Relationship Addiction?
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