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The next friend that you should be aware of in your journey to success is the Toxic Unsupportive type.
This type isn't very hard to spot because of how directly negative this person tends to be.
This person is the type to be negative about everything that comes from you. From your ideas and dreams to the day to day choices you make.
I've found that most of the people that discourage you from your dreams do it because they don't understand you or why you have created the goals that now exist for yourself. Try having a serious discussion with them about what it is you want and why you want it. An intervention can be helpful for getting to the bottom of problems, expressing how you or the other person might feel, and show that you are in fact very serious about the path you are choosing to travel.
Another reason for the Toxic Unsupporter could be that they don't want you to succeed because of jealously and/or lack of faith. And the more they impress that negativity into your space, the more you begin to feel and believe that the things they are saying are true.
That is not the case.
No matter what a family or friend dresses their negativity in, whether it is them being 'realistic' or that they 'only what whats best for you.' If that were true, then they would support any moves and endeavors you take on to become a better and successful person.
And the reality is? YOU can do anything you set your mind to. Never forget that, because success is not a theory.