You’ve probably met some, or all of the kinds of people who bring toxicity in your life. It could be a nagging sibling, a micromanaging supervisor, a very demeaning boss or a condescending authority. These people may even be some family members, or even the changes in your partner in life.
You have your own life and your own reason to live, and these people have their own expectations of you. If they continue tearing apart the personal ideal you want to have or to be, then it would be best to reject them from your life.
Dealing with expectations is difficult. You’ll be subject to an ideal a supervisor presents you. Your parents want you to take this particular life route. But you have your own say with your life because it is yours. Nobody should tell you what to do.
Attachment is the biggest reason why most people comply with others’ expectations instead of their own ideal for themselves. When you are attached, you treat things objectively. You end up making the decision for yourself rather than for other people.
Without toxicity in your life, you become more productive. You could concentrate on those projects you have put off to meet the expectations of people you don’t need. You could focus on creating yourself completely.
With betterment comes your better self. You could tackle almost every difficulty without trouble because you could rely on yourself and you see things in a productive manner.
In the end, by rejecting people you don’t need in your life, you reach your goals without trouble. You find yourself in a place where you want to be.