I was once in a relationship that seemed positive and supportive at first. It began with a steaming pile of promises right up front. These promises included loving me forever (after knowing me for less than six months) and wanting to have children together (before even living together). It was my entire future wrapped in a button-up.
What happens when someone is told that they don’t belong? Even worse, what are the heartbreaking consequences that unfold when an individual is told that their innate characteristics make them unwanted members of society?
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Let her know how supportive you are, that there’s no gender when it comes to being a cheerleader for the person you care about. Have her back the way she has yours. Be in the front row, cheering and clapping her every success.
He knows you deserve more and he’s scared you’ll find it so he keeps you hanging on by being the one who cares less because the one who cares less always has the most control. He is manipulating you. He is doing what he can to make you stay, to beg for his attention, to make you feel like you need him.
Honey, it isn’t the end of the world.
I don’t want a ring, and I definitely don’t need it but the social pressure is overwhelming.
Trying to forget them is a little like trying to forget a language you’ve spent decades learning.
Even if you have the most beautiful and perfect day, you can’t help but pinpoint that tiny thing that happened that made it go awry. No matter how happy you are, or how much you have gotten done, you still stress over every little detail in your life that isn’t perfect or good enough for you.
You’re a follower, not a leader. You don’t like being the type of person that people follow, or take orders from. You like to go with the flow and follow suit what everyone else is doing.