Toxic People Syndrome
Here are the possible signs and symptoms of Toxic Shock Syndrome:
- A sudden high fever
- Vomiting or diarrhea
- A rash resembling a sunburn, particularly on your palms and soles
- Muscle aches
- Redness of your eyes, mouth and throat
Uh. That’s curious. Here are the symptoms of dealing with Toxic People Syndrome:
- Feeling hot, red in the face, sweaty and flush in the cheeks
- Prolonged interaction with toxic people can lead to vomiting and diarrhea
- Getting hives, itchy rash due to nervousness, anxiety, and panic attacks
- Flustered, unable to perform simple tasks do to over-exposure to toxicity
- Tension in neck, shoulder muscles
- Red eyes from uncontrollable anger sometimes leading to public crying, mouth & throat dry from anger
- Deep feeling that you will ceice breathing, cannot get enough air and inexplicable sense of welcoming death rather than enduring another moment in this persons company.
How to Deal with Toxic Shock Syndrome, aka Toxic People Syndrome
(taking creative license from WebMD steps to preventing Toxic Shock Syndrome)
First off, as in all cases of emergency and crisis: Call 911 Get to a healthy, well-adjusted person immediately. Pick up the phone, call, text, IM, connect with normalcy pronto.
Treatment for this life-threatening (soul-sucking) condition must be aggressive. Your mentor, best-friend, coach, or trusted colleague will start by giving you antibiotics (I mean support and counseling) to kill the bacteria and stop more poisons (Toxic Person) from being made (ingested into your psyche).
Other urgent steps may include blood transfusion (Calling in for personal day to re-group or, if the toxic person is a family member, planning on going easy on yourself the following days after exposure) and IV fluids ( wine, beer, rum, tequila) to stabilize your blood pressure.
Some cases call for a ventilator, which will temporarily breathe for you ( Go for a walk, breathe, give yourself permission to have a time-out, go for a hard workout to release toxins).