This entire blog is an excellent reading resource for those women who are attempting to rebuild, after being left with absolutely nothing. It isn’t an easy feat, but it is absolutely possible. I know personally because I’ve done it not just once, but at least some 3 or 4 times now. Your true partner will come when you find the value in who you are independently. We do not need another human being to give us value, we just need to feel loved and to give love. Take your time, find the courage inside you to live on your own, support yourself, and then when you feel the time is right; you will welcome the one who is absolutely perfect for you. Cheers on a fabulous supportive blogsite from Lady with a Truck ~~ trish mcknight
I think there is a tendency these days for people to call anyone who disagrees with them, pissed them off, or who they fall in love with and doesn’t love them back, a narcissist. Narcissist has become overused to the point where it is losing it’s impact and not taken as seriously as it should be.
Everyone wants to label everyone else, put them in a nice little clearly defined category so they can say, “Not my fault”. “It’s not MY fault I got hurt, I am a sensitive caring person, I can’t change that”, “It’s not my fault he didn’t fall in love with me, he is a narcissist” Never mind that you knew going into the relationship the guy didn’t have a job, had a drinking problem, and told you that he was not into any kind of commitment. You can not then sleep with the guy, be…
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