Speak up, let others know when they hurt / angered you.
Otherwise you’re giving permission for them to continue to treat you the same way in future.
– Beverly Engel
Many people don’t know the boundaries or understand what’s is okay / or not okay, until you point it out.
Don’t you agree?
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Dysfunctional families have a number of pretty good actors.
– Gene Hackman
According to my personal experience, this is true that everyone is acting a specific role to maintain the so-called harmony of family system.
Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life, tip toe if you must but take the step.
Take small step every day, as long as you are moving forward, you will reach destination eventually. Bless you for your healing!
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Sometimes holding on & hanging in are signs of strength.
However, there are times takes much more strength to just let go.
Be wise to chose when to hold on and when to let go. How do you think?
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The most damaging aspect of abuse is the trauma to our hearts and souls from being betrayed by people that we love and trust.
Betray is one of the most damaging thing to our soul / spirits. We may never get heal completely once our heart was broken.
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The scapegoat is the child who refuses to look content or stay silent in the unbearable atmosphere created in the family.
– Glynis Sherwood
Sometimes the one who stand out is probably the one who notice the dysfunction. Don’t you agree?
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Truly evil people don’t just hurt others.
They take pride in the pain they cause and then blame their victims.
There are people who love to earn their happiness / self-esteem by making others feel bad / hurt.
Have you ever met this kind of person? How do you deal with it?
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People who repeatedly attack your confidence and self esteem are well aware of your potential…..Even if you are not.
Remember there’s a saying “nobody will kick an un-barking dog”. Sometimes, the more a person attack you is a sign that he / she is envy of what you have.
They need to attack your confidence, drag you down in order to make themselves look good or feel better.
Don’t you agree?
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Don’t be ashamed of your story, it will inspire others.
Have you ever afraid to share your story? Why you share them? No matter what, thanks for sharing yours.
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