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1. “Toxic relationships are dangerous to your health; they will literally kill you.” – Bryant McGill

2. “A healthy relationship will never require you to sacrifice your friends, your dream, or your dignity.” – Anonymous

3. “Love should not make you feel like walking on eggshells.” – Emma Xu

4. “We should fight for our relationships, but if fighting means ripping yourself to shreds and piggybacking all his demons, you need to leave.” – Tara Love

5. “Toxicity at work, relationship or in life works as a slow poison which often ends its survivors as disillusioned or embittered.” – Abhysheq Shukla

6. “A bad relationship is like standing on broken glass, if you stay you will keep hurting. If you walk away, you will hurt but eventually, you will heal.” – Autumn Kohler

7. “A relationship without trust is like a car without gas, you can stay in it all you want, but it won’t go anywhere.” – Anonymous

8. “Unhealthy relationships keep our self-esteem low.” – Sam Owen

9. “You cannot thrive in toxic relationships.” – Anonymous

10. “Staying in an unhealthy relationship that robs you of peace of mind, is not being loyal. It is choosing to hurt yourself mentally, emotionally and sometimes, physically.” – Kemi Sogunle

11. “A toxic lover is someone damaged beyond repair.” – Anonymous

12. “Relationships based on obligation lack dignity.” – Wayne Dyer

13. “I mean, if the relationship can’t survive the long term, why on earth would it be worth my time and energy for the short term?” – Nicholas Sparks

14. “Being single and happy is better than being sad and afraid in an abusive relationship.” – Anonymous

15. “Toxic relationships are like a good pasta that has been overcooked.” – Asa Don Brown

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16. “The moment that you start to wonder if you deserve better, you do.” – Anonymous

17. “Don’t lose yourself holding on to someone that doesn’t care about you.” – Anonymous

18. “Never let someone who contributes so little to a relationship control so much of it.” – Anonymous

19. “Lose him when he treats you like his girlfriend behind closed doors and sees right past you in public.” – Liane White

20. “Being single and having peace of mind is much better than being in a relationship where you feel single and have no peace of mind.” – Anonymous

21. “You deserve to be with somebody who makes you happy.” – Anonymous

22. “Go where you are celebrated—not tolerated. If they can’t see your true value and worth, then it’s time for a new start.” – Anonymous

23. “If they are not making you glow, glow alone.” – Anonymous

24. “Don’t settle for a relationship that won’t let you be yourself.” – Oprah Winfrey

25. “You don’t let go of a bad relationship because you stop caring about them. You let go because you start caring about yourself.” – Charles Orlando

26. “Break free of toxic people and relationships, they erode your quality of life.” – Anonymous

27. “When you don’t sleep peacefully in a relationship, you should come out of it and try it.” – Anonymous

28. “Trust yourself if you feel like your relationship is bringing you down.” – Gabrielle Applebury

29. “Losing will not always amount to a loss, sometimes you have to lose those toxic relationships and bad habits to create a space for better things.” – Gift Gugu Mona

30. “Letting go of a toxic relationship gives you more space to get to know yourself.” – Gabrielle Applebury

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31. “Bravery is leaving a toxic relationship and knowing that you deserve better.” – Gabrielle Applebury

32. “Leaving a toxic relationship may be painful at first, but with time, you may feel as if a huge weight has been lifted.” – Gabrielle Applebury

33. “Just say no to complicated, dead-end, unhealthy, and toxic relationships.” – Stephanie Lahart

34. “One of the most difficult aspects of leaving a toxic relationship is missing the amazing moments you shared together and wondering if you’re making the right decision—knowing that unhealthy and abusive behavior almost always escalates.” – Anonymous

35. “Do not hold your breath for anyone. Do not wish your lungs to be still. It may delay the cracks from spreading. But eventually, they will. Sometimes, to keep yourself together, you must allow yourself to leave. Even if breaking your own heart, is what it takes to let you breathe.” – Erin Hanson

36. “You’re in a relationship to be happy, to smile, to laugh, and to make good memories. Not to be constantly upset, to feel hurt, and to cry.” – Anonymous

37. “Leaving a toxic relationship means giving yourself an opportunity to understand your needs.” – Gabrielle Applebury

38. “I am a strong believer that a bad relationship must be brought to an end, no matter how.” – Anonymous

39. “Once you leave a toxic relationship, know that it’s okay to reach out for help—it’s not easy processing this type of experience alone.” – Gabrielle Applebury

40. “If your partner is suspicious of your every act, you should start thinking about your relationship.” – Anonymous

41. “While it may feel scary to be alone again, it may be even scarier to stay.” – Gabrielle Applebury

42. “When being in a toxic relationship in life at times you may have to step outside yourself, to see yourself, so you can find yourself and love yourself again.” – Angel Moreira

43. “Breaking up with an unhealthy partner gives you space to get to know what you need in a relationship.” – Gabrielle Applebury

44. “If someone is treating you like you are nothing, you should become nothing in their life by leaving.” – Anonymous

45. “There is no safe way to remain in a relationship with a person who has no conscience. The only solution is to escape.” – Anonymous

46. “Ending an unhealthy relationship is not only courageous but a monumental step in working towards a healthier relationship with yourself and others.” – Gabrielle Applebury

47. “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile! Because that asshole is finally someone else’s problem.” – Anonymous

48. “Saying goodbye to a toxic relationship means you were brave enough to trust your gut.” – Gabrielle Applebury

49. “Relationships are supposed to make you feel good. Relationships are not supposed to make you feel bad. Or guilty, insecure, ashamed, paranoid, or hopeless. Good. So when a relationship makes you feel bad, guilty, insecure, ashamed, paranoid, or hopeless, end it.” – Laura Bowers

50. “Ending a toxic relationship means putting your mental wellness first.” – Gabrielle Applebury

51. “A bad relationship can do that, can make you doubt everything good you ever felt about yourself.” – Dionne Warwick

52. “You deserve to leave behind an unhealthy partner and connect with others who value you as a person and respect you wholeheartedly.” – Gabrielle Applebury

53. “Maybe the most that you can expect from a relationship that goes bad is to come out of it with a few good songs.” – Marianne Faithfull

54. “Acknowledge what you’re scared to lose if you end a toxic relationship and think about what you’re hoping to experience in the future.” – Gabrielle Applebury

55. “Stop telling yourself you can fix him. He’s been this way for a long, long time and he doesn’t intend to change. Save yourself instead, get out while there’s still time.” – Anonymous

56. “Ending a relationship that drains you gives you space to find what uplifts you.” – Gabrielle Applebury

57. “A bad relationship will make you feel more alone than when you were single.” – Anonymous

58. “When you leave a toxic partner, you carry with you the knowledge you’ve gained from your experience with them.” – Gabrielle Applebury

59. “When you get out of it, you realize how toxic it actually was.” – Steve Maraboli

60. “Remove yourself from people who treat you like your time doesn’t matter, like your feelings are worthless, or like your soul is replaceable.” – S. Mcnutt

61. “Remove your heart from his hand. He is not man enough to care for it.” – R.H. Sin

62. “When he’s the last thing you need, he’ll drain you. He’ll exhaust you. He’ll destroy you. And you won’t see it that way. In fact, you won’t notice it at all. But everyone else will.” – Kirsten Corley

63. “Failed relationships can be described as so much wasted make-up.” – Anonymous

64. “Ending a relationship, no matter how dysfunctional it was, can still be incredibly painful—give yourself time to process your emotions.” – Gabrielle Applebury

65. “Until a man gets himself healed, he will be toxic to every woman who tries to.” – Anonymous

66. “After ending a toxic relationship, be your own healthy, loving, and stable partner.” – Gabrielle Applebury

67. “Never trust a man that tries to destroy you when mad. That’s weak.” – Anonymous

68. “Experiencing a toxic relationship offers you incredible insight into what you want and don’t want in a partner.” – Gabrielle Applebury

69. “Girls, you’ve gotta know when it’s time to turn the page.” – Tori Amos

70. “Never lower your worth to get somebody’s attention.” – Anonymous

71. “If he makes you lose your family, lose your friends, lose your confidence, lose your self-esteem, or lose your happiness, then you need to lose him.” – Anonymous

72. “A woman should never invest in a relationship she wouldn’t want for her daughter.” – Anonymous

73. “My girlfriend said she wanted me to be more like her ex. So I dumped her.” – Anonymous

74. “Allow yourself the space to grieve the loss of your relationship, no matter how toxic it was, so you can move forward with closure.” – Gabrielle Applebury

75. “Letting go of a toxic relationship gives you time to focus on what makes you happy.” – Gabrielle Applebury

76. “You can keep your love, I will keep my respect.” – Amit Kalantri

77. “There’s often a burst of clarity after a toxic relationship has ended.” – Gabrielle Applebury

78. “A woman is a reflection of how you treat her. If you don’t like how she’s acting, look at how you are treating her.” – Anonymous

79. “Trust your instincts when it comes to any relationships that feel unhealthy, unsatisfying, and deflating.” – Gabrielle Applebury

80. “Being alone may scare you. But staying in a bad relationship will damage you.” – Anonymous

81. “It wasn’t love, just heavy manipulation.” – Anonymous

82. “My mother always told me to put things back where I found them, so I’m about to put this bitch in her place.” – Anonymous

83. “If your partner has stifled your personality, isn’t supportive, and isn’t willing to work on your relationship related issues, you’re in an unhealthy relationship.” – Gabrielle Applebury

84. “Divorce is okay. Breaking up is okay. Starting over is okay. Moving on is okay. Being alone is okay. What is not okay is staying somewhere you’re not valued and appreciated.” – Anonymous

85. “It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages.” –

86. “The one who loves the least, controls the relationship.” – Robert Anthony

87. “Make sure you’re not saying, ‘It’s complicated,’ when it’s actually toxic. The more words it takes you to explain your relationship, the less healthy it probably is.” – Steve Maraboli

88. “The death of one relationship always starts with small arguments and then the suspicions.” – Anonymous

89. “The only way to win with a toxic partner is not to play.” – Anonymous

90. “Poisonous relationships can alter our perception. You can spend many years thinking you’re worthless. But you’re not worthless. You’re underappreciated.” – Steve Maraboli

91. “A toxic relationship keeps dragging you down. It never helps you in becoming better.” – Anonymous

92. “A relationship controlled by ambiguity, jealousy, and control is not a relationship at all.” – Anonymous

93. “Problems in relationships occur because each person is concentrating on what is missing in the other person.” – Wayne Dyer

94. “No partner in a love relationship should feel that he has to give up an essential part of himself to make it viable.” – May Sarton

95. “Relationships and friendships should be mutually beneficial; be it emotionally, mentally, physically, or financially. When your relationship becomes one-sided, it becomes toxic. One party is constantly receiving, while the other is constantly giving.” – Izey Victoria Odiase

96. “All toxic relationships feel like soulmate connections. A sign of a toxic relationship is that you lose other people. You live to please just one person. You develop a new personality just for him or her. And that personality wants to be with him or her even after all the pain your soul goes through.” – Shunya

97. “Why do you think of him when you know he’s not thinking of you?” – Anonymous

98. “Truly moving on from an unhealthy relationship means you’ve given yourself the grace to look back and reflect upon the experience.” – Gabrielle Applebury

99. “Don’t stay in an unhealthy relationship because you think it’ll get better eventually. Know your worth and move on.” – Anonymous

100. “If you’ve ended a toxic relationship, surround yourself with supportive others and find ways to process your experience in healthy ways.” – Gabrielle Applebury

101. “Toxic partners can chip away your unique personality until you don’t know who you are anymore—take time to reconnect with yourself post-breakup.” – Anonymous

102. “Learning from your experience in an unhealthy relationship promotes growth and insight.” – Gabrielle Applebury

103. “Ending and moving on from any relationship is hard. If you are in a toxic relationship, chances are you might have gone through guilt trips, threats, emotional or even physical abuse.” – Anonymous

104. “A toxic partner blames you, refuses to acknowledge their mistakes, and attempts to create the illusion of your dependence on them.” – Anonymous

105. “May you reach that level within, where you no longer allow your past or people with toxic intentions to negatively affect or condition you.” – Lalah Delia

106. “Acknowledge and learn from your toxic relationship before moving forward so you don’t go through the same experience with a different partner.” – Anonymous

107. “I felt an inner peace and softness. My Berlin Wall had been cracked; the toxic relationship between me and that critical voice had been severed.” – Penny De Villiers

108. “Relationships end, but they don’t end your life.” – Steve Martin 

109. “Everybody has bad relationships and, at the end of the day, they are just a great way to set yourself up for a good relationship.” – Anne Hathaway

110. “Bad relationships are like a bad investment. No matter how much you put into it you’ll never get anything out of it. Find someone that’s worth investing in.” – Anonymous

111. “It’s better to be single with high standards than in a relationship settling for less.” – Anonymous

112. “Unhealthy relationships are filled with insecurities, mistrust, and dishonesty.” – Gabrielle Applebury

113. “If it is destroying you, it is not love.” – Anonymous

114. “In a toxic relationship, one or both partners are not willing to address their own issues or take accountability for their own actions.” – Gabrielle Applebury

115. “When you get into a bad relationship the best thing you can do is get out of it as soon as you can.” – Anonymous

116. “After a breakup, the healing process can take time, knowing that for most, the pain will dissipate with time.” – Gabrielle Applebury

117. “Unhealthy relationships are filled with unconscious projections, displacement, and oftentimes triggered regressions that block one or both partners from understanding their role in the toxicity.” – Gabrielle Applebury

118. “I’m guilty of giving people more chances than they deserve but when I’m done, I’m done.” – Turcois Ominek

119. “It is better to break your own heart by leaving an abusive relationship, rather than having that person breaking your heart every day.” – Anonymous

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