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Virtual Relaunch: Day 3, Stop Getting BLOCKED!

On September 28, 2020 we shared a video about blocking and getting blocked. Nowzies continue to share their take on dead end relationships.

In a world where social media plays a significant role in our daily lives, the concept of blocking and getting blocked has become a common occurrence in relationships. On September 28, 2020, shared a video discussing this very topic, sparking a conversation among Nowzies about dead-end relationships.

The video highlighted the importance of setting boundaries and recognizing when a relationship is no longer serving you. It emphasized the idea that sometimes, the best course of action is to block someone who is toxic or detrimental to your well-being. This can be a difficult decision to make, especially when emotions are involved, but it is crucial for self-preservation.

Nowzies, the loyal writers of, have been sharing their own experiences and insights on dead-end relationships. Many have expressed their frustration with partners who refuse to communicate effectively or who exhibit controlling behavior. Some have shared stories of being blocked by someone they cared about, leaving them feeling hurt and confused.

It is clear that dead-end relationships can take a toll on one's mental and emotional health. It is important to recognize when a relationship is no longer serving you and to take action to protect yourself. This may involve setting boundaries, having difficult conversations, or ultimately cutting ties with someone who is toxic.

In analyzing the issue of blocking and getting blocked in relationships, it is important to take a firm and assertive stance. It is not selfish to prioritize your own well-being and mental health. Setting boundaries and removing toxic individuals from your life is a form of self-care and self-preservation.

The conversation sparked by the video shared on has shed light on the importance of recognizing dead-end relationships and taking action to protect oneself. Nowzies continue to share their experiences and insights, highlighting the need for healthy communication and boundaries in relationships.

It is crucial to prioritize your own well-being and to not be afraid to block or remove toxic individuals from your life. Remember, you deserve to be in relationships that uplift and support you, not ones that bring you down.

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