Unfortunately, I’ve done exactly what this quote says.
There is no going back.
I’ve gone and done it again. I picked a toad who I mistook as my prince.
I don’t even know why –
There were plenty of red flags. I should have left sooner than later BUT I kept justifying his behaviour, telling myself it would change.
It’s all just been a sick twisted game to him. And I obliged and played along. Crazy.
There is no changing men like my newly titled EX. They live for control, they are so good at making you feel like you’rethe problem. Making you feel guilty for deserving more.
I saw it. I watched it unfold.
I broke up with him and apologized for it! Who does that?!
I’ve been so caught up in making him happy at all costs that I let myself down in the process.
He painted the perfect picture of what our life would be and look like BUT the reality is it was no where near it and it was never going to get there.
I just clung onto the dream.
This wasn’t my first rodeo with abuse. But he sure did a number in a short amount of time.
It’s unreal what love or what you think is love can do to you.
I was losing my mind –
I was at war with myself trying to walk away, I tried numerous times and failed. He wasn’t all bad and I would go back to his pleas and empty promises. He needed me.
All he needed was to abuse me. There’s a big difference.
How disappointing. I’ve done so much to better myself and I let this fool into my life. I have a standard I’ve worked hard to build up and I let him creep in. He was so cunning.
But it’s over. He’s gone. I didn’t even walk away, I think a more accurate dipiction is me army crawling out of a battlefield. But I made it out.
Don’t ignore the signs.
My doctors asked if I think I deserve to be treated so poorly.
I know I don’t deserve to be treated like that. No one deserves to be treated like that.
Lesson learned … again.
There is no room in my life for the likes of him. No room for toxicity. I’ve worked so hard to rid my life of it. He isn’t the exception.
Does it hurt? Yes.
But when you care it’s always going to hurt BUT that’s not a reason to stay. It will hurt you far worse if you do.
I didn’t lose anything by breaking up with him. I gained everything.
I’m sorry if this post is disappointing and is doom and gloom, but I’m putting it out there because maybe someone else is stuck in the cycle (like I was) and needs to know they can get out AND they will be better off for it. It’s a chapter of my life that is gratefully over. I’m human and I am flawed but I’m trying my best.
I have so many things to be grateful for. So many positive things happening in my life and now I can focus on them without being dragged down.
Focus on the good and let the bad go. He had to go.
I have goals in my life and being happy is one of them. Being happy is a constant goal that shouldn’t be dismissed by anyone.
Even though I look back and shake my head for letting myself be in a relationship with a psycho – I am looking back. It’s in the past, I am moving forward because I am strong and resilient.
I’m single again, not ideal BUT far better than being in a toxic relationship. It’s better to be alone than in bad company.
There is a prince out there for me and we’ll meet soon enough. I don’t doubt that.