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Trying to Get Over an Abusive Relationship is Like Trying to Stop Being a Ghost

Trying to get over an abusive relationship is like swimming through mud. It’s sticky and ugly and takes forever to move forward. Making it out isn’t enough because you’re still covered in filth. 404 more words

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Trying to get past an abusive relationship is like trying to stop being a ghost

Trying to get over an abusive relationship is like swimming through mud. It’s sticky and ugly and it takes forever to move forward. Making it out isn’t enough because you’re still covered in filth, and the world looks like a different planet. 400 more words

A Hint Of Vanilla

Numb......... Is there hope?

Do you ever feel numb? You have used up all of your emotions and you are to the point of not being able to feel any longer. 389 more words

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You're Ready to Tell: Now What?

You’re ready to tell someone about your childhood. You may be ready to admit that something is happening to you in the present moment. Whether you’re ready to speak up because you want help, or whether you’re simply getting stuff off your chest, or if questions have been asked by your friends or partners about where your mum is or how come the two of you don’t speak or you avoid introducing her to people in your life, regardless of the reason first and foremost remember that you are brave and that you did not deserve any of what happened to you. 1,989 more words

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Everything I Wish You Knew - Pt. II

I’m scared of the dark. I never used to be, but I am now. I can’t stand the way it creeps up on me and threatens to take all I have. 115 more words

Telling.

Telling is one of the hardest parts of growing up with and also still surviving an abusive or narcissistic mother. You may feel stupid or silly, although if you do feel this way it’s likely you’ve had it drummed into you that you… 1,020 more words

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You Are NOT Simply Being Dramatic

“You know what your mum is like”

“You’re such a drama queen”

“Everyone argues with their mum when they’re growing up”

“She means well”

“You know what your mum is like” 1,044 more words

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