Sharing every personal detail about your family, work, or home on public social media profiles, constantly comparing your appearance to edited influencers or plastic surgery-riddled reality television stars, overworking yourself into a pile of sleepy dust in the name of the "hustle"--sometimes we collectively normalize thought patterns or routines that might be toxic. Does your friend who refuses to ever take a single vacation day actually "take her career more seriously" than everyone else, or is she caught in a dangerous work web that hasn't allowed her to eat one meal sitting down for five years? Go to the beach, Melissa!
So, when a Reddit user asked, "What behavior/thing is considered 'normal,' but is actually toxic?" people were quick to share the common beliefs or actions that they deem destructive.
Always being "on call" for a job where it is not necessary, like a typical office job. - DeathSpiral321