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Take my advice and remember if you’re giving your all to someone and it’s not enough, you’re giving it to the wrong person

Most of us throughout the years have experienced an abusive and narcissistic relationship at some point in time.

The fighting. The pain.
The screaming. The threats.
The guiltripping. The gaslighting.
The manipulations. The emotional abuse.
The trauma. The affairs and let’s not forget the physical abuse.

You called it love at one time, but the person you were in a relationship with made you believe you’re being delusional.

They convinced you into thinking you were the problem and that it was your fault why the relationship failed.

Then you begged for them to stay.

You would sit around and text them over and over and call them multiple times on end, but they never would respond.

You unfortunately had to throw away your dignity because you’d rather lose yourself than lose someone you thought you loved.

You cried countless nights while trying to fall asleep, but there’s nothing else you could do to change what happened.

You were emotionally damaged and they could have cared less.

I know how it felt because I’ve been there as well.

What you need to realize is that this pain you’re experiencing in not permanent.

You never did anything wrong for wanting to be treated right.

The fact of the matter is, they were not meant for you.

Don’t blame yourself for loving deeper than the pain they unfortunately gave you.

You have a beautiful soul and you’re worth more than you could ever imagine and that will never change even after everything you’ve been through.