Discover the truth about Toxic People.

Discover the truth about Toxic People.

Toxic People Collection

In this collection, we will delve deeper into understanding toxic people, including toxic Christians. I will help you discover how to deal with toxic people in a biblical way, learn how to set boundaries, and honor your parents even when they are toxic. So, dive in and explore what the Bible says about forgiving even when they don’t deserve it, and how to heal from a toxic mother or father.

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How to Deal with Toxic People

Learn how to biblically identify and deal with difficult people. From manipulative mothers to dysfunctional coworkers to narcissistic spouses, you CAN win back your peace and sanity.


Toxic People Survival Guide

As you become more confident in setting boundaries with difficult people, you will begin to see your life filled with more peace, regardless of the situations or people that you encounter. It’s like a cheat sheet to detoxify your life!


How to Use Toxic People to Your Advantage (Biblically)

Christians will often confuse scriptures like, ‘Overcome evil with good,’ ‘Bear one another’s burdens,’ and ‘Turn the other cheek’ with allowing narcissistic people to abuse you.

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Secret Ways Wise Christians Respond to Narcissists

Secret Ways Wise Christians Respond to Narcissists

Have you ever struggled to balance showing Christ-like love while protecting yourself from the manipulative people in your life? Maybe you're feeling guilty about wanting to distance yourself from the narcissist but worried you may be giving up too soon or, worse, not...

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5 Clues to Spot a ‘Christian’ Narcissist

5 Clues to Spot a ‘Christian’ Narcissist

Have you ever felt tricked by someone? Like the person you thought they were wasn't the person they really are? It can be confusing and dysregulating. Worse, it can make you wonder, am I going crazy? That's why I want to help you grow in your discernment by learning...

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The New-Age Belief Trapping Christians with Narcissists

The New-Age Belief Trapping Christians with Narcissists

  Do you feel like the magical connection you once had with the narcissist now feels more like a death grip?  You, my friend, have likely fallen prey to the narcissistic manipulation tactics of a new-age belief that is making Christians everywhere vulnerable to...

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Dealing with toxic people can be emotionally draining and challenging. They may hurt us, manipulate us, or constantly bring negativity into our lives. In such situations, forgiving these individuals may seem impossible or undeserved. However, in this collection, we will explore the concept of forgiving toxic people, even when they don’t deserve it.

How Does One Deal with Toxic People Biblically?

Toxic people are individuals who consistently exhibit harmful behavior, whether through manipulation, criticism, or a constant negative attitude. Their actions can leave deep wounds and negatively impact our emotional well-being. It is important to recognize that toxic behavior often stems from their own personal struggles, insecurities, unresolved traumas, or demonic influence. However, understanding the root causes does not excuse their behavior, but it can help us learn how to set boundaries with toxic people.

What Does the Bible Say About Toxic Family Members?

Toxic family members can have a detrimental impact on our emotional well-being, relationships, and overall quality of life. Recognizing and effectively dealing with toxic family members is essential for our mental and emotional health. Holding a title in someone’s life does not give them the right to abuse others.

Proverbs 6:16-19 reminds us that the Lord hates haughty eyes, a lying tongue, shedding innocent blood, devising wicked plans, running to evil, bearing false witness, and sowing discord among brothers. This includes toxic family members.

How to Forgive Even When They Don’t Deserve it?

Forgiveness is a powerful tool that can liberate us from the burden of carrying resentment and bitterness. It is not about condoning or forgetting the toxic person’s actions, but rather about following the biblical command to release others into God’s hands and allow His justice to prevail. When we forgive, we choose to let go of negative emotions and reclaim our own inner peace and happiness.

How to set boundaries with forgiveness does not mean allowing toxic people back into our lives. It is essential to establish healthy boundaries and protect ourselves from further harm. Forgiveness can be accompanied by the wisdom to maintain distance and prioritize our own well-being. Forgiving toxic people when they don’t deserve it is a courageous act that promotes our own healing and growth. By choosing forgiveness, we break free from the cycle of negativity and create space for positivity, peace, and personal transformation.

How to Set Boundaries and Still Honor Your Parents, Even When They Are Toxic?

Establishing clear boundaries is crucial when dealing with toxic individuals, regardless of their title or relationship to us. Boundaries are necessary in every relationship. Determine what behaviors are acceptable and communicate your boundaries by speaking the truth in love. It may be essential to limit interaction with toxic family members. It is possible to honor your toxic parents from a distance.


Hi, I’m Kris!

I am a Christian counselor, coach, author, speaker, and content creator.

I spend my days writing, coaching, and creating videos that help you be a better Christian. 

On my journey, I have authored three books—Build a Beautiful Life Out of Broken Pieces, The Sacred Seven, and Make it Mattercreated nine online courses (and counting), and published hundreds of videos, all from my tiny townhome in New Jersey while surrounded by my ever-increasing tribe of fur babies. I also get the opportunity to speak at women’s events and churches across the country. 

God has allowed me to help thousands of women turn their focus away from the toxic people sent to destroy them and turn their hearts to God.  

My passion lies in equipping you to defeat life’s devils, grow in faith, and answer God’s call. 

That’s what I do, but I know you’d prefer to know who I am…..