Tuesday, May 30, 2023

The relationship between death and toxic relationships

Recently in common conversations and social networks it has become to hear and see that emotional sexual relations can be toxic, which seems to be a luxury and can even seem funny, although after this term popular psychology contains dreams and pain. It should be noted that although harmful relationships can occur in any type of human relationship, including friends and family, they are especially worrisome when it occurs in spouses. In a world with a culture of instant gratification, lack of commitment and communication, and superficiality in relationships, these relationships turn into others burdened with emotional dependence, lack of personal boundaries, insecurities and psychological discomfort. The worst? the organization of habits that escape any healthy environment. This creates this “toxicity” that poisons the sensitive core and is transferred to the personal life of both spouses. In extreme cases, physical and mental dangers cause an increase in destructive thoughts, according to various studies. How did you get here? How to recognize the signs of panic?


The relationship between suicide and toxic relationships can be complex and complex. Toxic relationships can be defined as those in which one or the other of those involved behave in an emotionally abusive or abusive manner, which can lead the other person to feel trapped or powerless. This can significantly increase the risk of destructive thoughts and behaviors in the affected person.

Examples of toxic relationships can include emotional and sexual abuse, manipulation, physical violence and coercion among others. The worst thing about abusive relationships is that, on many occasions, the person who is immersed in that relationship does not know that they are being abused by their partner. In fact, it is very common for people who live in an abusive relationship to relapse into another. In another article we explain the reasons behind this ‘addiction’.

Below are some of the physical and emotional dangers associated with toxic relationships;

Physical hazards:

  • Physical violence: Physical violence is one of the most obvious dangers of a harmful relationship. Injuries can range from bruises and sprains to fractures and internal injuries.
  • Health issues: Stress and anxiety caused by an abusive relationship can have a negative impact on physical health. This can include pain, sleep disorders, and cardiovascular disease.
  • Substance use: In some cases, people may turn to drug and alcohol use because of stress and anxiety caused by a toxic relationship. This can lead to addiction and long-term health problems.
  • The dangers of the mind:

  • Low self-esteem: Emotional manipulation and abuse can have a negative effect on a person’s self-esteem and confidence. This can lead to anxiety and depression problems.
  • Anxiety and Depression: Toxic relationships can cause elevated levels of stress and anxiety. This can lead to long-term mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorders.
  • Social isolation: The behavior of toxic partners can make a person feel isolated and alone. This can lead to long-term mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety.
  • Relationship with death

    As we have said, harmful relationships are those in which one or both parties suffer a significant level of emotional abuse, manipulation, control, contempt or neglect. People in harmful relationships can feel trapped and have no way out, which can increase hopelessness and the feeling that death is the only way out. Additionally, he may feel isolated and alone without a strong support network, which can make feelings of hopelessness even worse.

    So there are many studies that have found a relationship between suicide and toxic relationships. According to a study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders, young people who experience toxic relationships have been found to be at a higher risk of destructive ideation and suicide attempts than those who do not. In this sense, it is important to pay attention to this approach when young people are building the foundations of emotional relationships and future families. Over time, the causes can be gender-based violence and, as a result, physical and psychological injuries and sexual abuse.

    Another study published in the Journal of Family Violence found that women who experience emotional and/or physical abuse from their partner are at an increased risk of suicide attempts. In these cases, when domestic violence is associated, people in abusive situations feel that death is the only way to escape violence, fear and suspicion.

    A third study, published in the journal Social Science & Medicine, found that people who experience high levels of conflict in a relationship have a higher risk of destructive ideation. Conflicts in interpersonal relationships, especially in close relationships such as spouses, family and close friends, can be intense and emotionally draining. But this increases if we transfer it to romantic couples.

    In addition, conflicts in relationships can also increase the risk of suicide in children and adolescents. A study conducted at the University of Pittsburgh in 2017 found that family conflict and a lack of emotional support from parents were associated with an increased risk of adolescent suicide attempts.

    It is important to recognize that toxic relationships are not healthy and those affected need professional help to get over the situation. Mental health services, counseling services, and support groups can provide emotional support and tools to heal from the scars of these relationships and remove any associated risks.

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