The year 2020 is coming to an end, but it still continues to amaze us. This year we have seen so much that technically nothing should be surprising to us anymore. However, on the contrary, each new day surprises us even more. Our world is full of all sorts of freeloaders, Karens, insensitive and inconsiderate people, but they all usually have one thing in common—they’re predictable. Though it isn’t necessarily true for all individuals, but the general trend is that such people are easy to distinguish based on how they initially react.
In a way, most of these people can’t hurt us beyond our expectation because we can see through them. But the only thing that is ever truly dangerous to anyone is what we can’t see. In short, unpredictable people. People who act on impulse with no regard to the consequences. One minute they’re the best in the world and the next minute, the worst. They make and break their own rules and it’s mentally exhausting to reason or simply deal with them. Such people need proper help and if they don’t get any they can cause anyone a migraine. The following Reddit story is all about this. Check it out!
Friends whose company make us feel uncomfortable are never our friends.
Apparently, the toxic trait runs in the family.
Okay, what the actual f*ck?
I’m no expert but the girl is NTA here. No way near it. If anything, she’s so innocent that she felt she needed others opinion on the matter. This is how toxic people affect the innocent. They manipulate them so bad and so smoothly that it clouds their judgement and makes them feel guilty for things they didn’t do.
Here’s how some Redditors reacted to the story:
That’s quite expensive.
It’s not easy changing people who are constantly being misguided by their own parents.
It’s 2020, who are we kidding?
Everything starts and ends with good parenting. It’s a cycle that not a lot of people can break on their own.
Sometimes you gotta drop down to a level they understand to make them realise how it feels.
If only we start to REALLY educate our kids both at home and school then maybe we will see a day when cases like these will be near zero. Everything always starts with parenting. No one is ever born toxic. It’s the environment we grow up in and the things we learn along the way to survive that slowly becomes a part of our personality.
As for this particular case, it’s unanimous that the OP is NTA. Instead, it’s very much appreciable how she stood up for herself and didn’t settle for a place where only she had to compromise!
Have you ever encountered a human form of a headache too? Share your stories with us in the comments below.