Windbaggery (WIND-bag-er-ee) Noun: -Lengthy talk or discussion with little or no interesting content. From Late Middle English “windbag” late 15c., “bellows for an organ,” from wind (noun) + bag (noun). Figurative sense of “person who talks too much” is attested from 1827. Used in a sentence: “The manager’s windbaggery is the real reason behind the lack of productivity, which is what he is usually carrying on about.” Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Grandiloquent_Word
Toxic people speak badly about others, are negative, lack compassion, take up way too much of your time, constantly have drama going on, lie to you, criticize you, talk more than they listen, play the victim, lose their temper, have to be right, treat others poorly, are self-obsessed, try to control you, have addiction issues. (Sue Fitzmaurice)
I love dancing on the sidewalk, in the street, or in the aisles at the store. I don't care if I talk too much or if people look at me when I sing out loud to myself or laugh at my own jokes or nonsense words. It doesn't bother me if they giggle when I'm all fiery and red in the face. It's also fine if they call me weird, I AM! And the weirder I am, the more fun I am having!
Become in tune with your mind and body. Be aware of what your triggers are to come up with a proactive plan. Do reach out. And most of all, love yourself enough to know that one relapse does not define you or make you weak.