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5 Types Of People To Stay Away From


Feb. 17, 2020

Generally, we have all imagined the various kinds of people we’d like to surround ourselves with.
Whether it’s a friend or a partner, it’s not hard to think of the good qualities that attract us to them. But what about the flip side? 
There are many ugly characteristics in people that we need to avoid in order to maintain healthier relationships. 
So in the words of Naira Marley, be sure to "Japa" from these types of people:
1. The narcissist
If you feel alone in the presence of this person they are most definitely a narcissist. At first, they may seem interesting, because they literally ooze confidence in themselves. But an uncomfortable secret lies underneath the layer – their self-obsession.
You are merely an instrument used to build their self-esteem.
2. The critic
Whatever you do is never good enough for them. It seems like you’re always the first one to blame, because how could this person possibly be wrong? While honest feedback can be healthy, these people judge in the worst possible way–it does no good for anyone.
They belittle you and you don’t deserve it! 
3. The downer
In this person's eyes, nothing is ever quite right. In any situation, they look for the negative.
They don’t celebrate with you, rather, they’re selfish and they try to pull you down and dampen your optimism.
It’s important to spot these people early before they sneak in with their storm clouds.
4. The rager
It can be tough to get rid of them once they are in your life. Temperamental people are hard to dump out of your life because their lack of control over their emotions makes you feel bad for them. 
They will use you as their emotional toilet and should be avoided at all costs.
5. The liar
Catching those people in the act can be tough, particularly if you don't know them well yet. 
But once you become familiar with their ways, you must try to listen to your gut and avoid them. Lies hurt, and are can break up a relationship. Honesty and trust connect people, not secrets and deception.
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