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Why Toxic People Can Never Admit To Their Mistakes

Why Toxic People Can Never Admit To Their Mistakes

There comes a point in our lives when we are forced to deal with someone toxic – a boss, a friend, a lover, you name it. A toxic person is toxic and they will expect to get many things from you while not giving anything in return.

And the one thing that you will definitely not get when dealing with them is an apology even when they know deep in their heart they are wrong. They will never admit to their wrongdoings. There is always someone else that is wrong – it’s never them. They play the victim game and they will play it forever.

Why do they do that? Why toxic people never take responsibility for their actions? When normal people make a mistake they apologize because they know everyone makes mistakes and we are all flawed human beings. Well, in a toxic person’s world – they are perfect. That’s why they present themselves as someone who is completely flawless.

And even if their guilt is so apparent and unmistakable, that’s when they begin to come up with excuses. Excuse after excuse, lie after lie, they manage to somehow make it like the other person is the one who is wrong. They caught them cheating? Well, what they could do when they were not getting enough attention, they were forced to cheat.

Yes, one can call them out on their bluff, but they will soon regret even saying anything because they will end up apologizing to them. There is just no reasoning when it comes to toxic people.

They can’t change and they don’t want to because they don’t see a problem with their behavior. They are already the best in their wicked mind and they plan on thinking that. The other person, on the other hand, is the one who is the crazy one. They are the one who is wrongly accusing them and annoying them on purpose.

If you find yourself in a connection with a person like this, please do yourself a favor and walk away. They will never change and they are not worthy of your time. You deserve better.

Mary Wright