Lethal Lovers and Poisonous People: How to Protect Your Health from Relationships That Make You Sick
The author of The Type E Woman reveals that stress from some relationships can harm one's emotional and physical health and offers ways to assess and break off toxic relationships. Reprint.
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This Relationship May Be Harmful to Your Health
What Is Your Relationship Toxicity Level?
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