An Emotional Abuser

This pretty much sums up every relationship in my life starting with my own mother. Ending almost two years ago when I finally severed all ties with my emotionally abusive ex. Leaving is hard but allowing the cycle to continue is a death warrant.

In the ashes, I found real love. I’m still getting used to what it feels like. It’s incredible.

Defining Yellow

Why would we purposely let ourselves get involved with an emotional abuser? Obviously we wouldn’t, but it happens. And that’s why it is so hard to recognize it because it happens without our knowledge.
Loving an emotional abuser is like a drug, you don’t think that it’s bad for you because you’re having a good time, until you find out it has destroyed your outlook on life, self esteem, and eventually you’re addicted and getting away isn’t an option. You think you can stop anytime you want, but they control you now.

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