The Toxic Relationships in 21st Century


Non-Fiction - Relationships
105 Pages
Reviewed on 12/28/2017
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

The Toxic Relationships in 21st Century by Alicia Lake is an amazing tool that will help readers discover a better way to approach toxic relationships. Have you ever felt drained of energy and constantly exhausted while being with someone? Reading this book will guide you on how to deal with these toxic relationships and build healthy relationships. A healthy relationship requires two people giving and supporting each other, and it cannot be done by one person alone. The techniques in this book will help to break free from the cycle of abuse and resentment, and create a healthier lifestyle and lasting good relationships.

I found the subject matter of this book relevant, and the ways to deal with a toxic relationship and the questions that will help one recognize signs of a toxic relationship are quite useful when it comes to identifying toxic love and toxic relationships. The topic has been handled well by the author and will help readers have a greater understanding of their partners and themselves, and make positive changes in their relationships and lives. The book is useful when it comes to examining relationships and helps one to take corrective action if there is anything bad in a relationship. It is a good book for counselors and therapists to read as the tips will come in handy while counseling couples in toxic relationships. These relationships can be found in families, friends, workplaces, churches, and social service organizations, and the book has some excellent steps to get free from these toxic relationships.