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I thought I loved him but I never knew how much until we began the process of divorce. When someone does everything they can to break you, to scar you, when they seem to take pride in knowing they've destroyed you... You really see the depths of evil a person contains. And yet you still care about them? You still pray for them to find happiness? That's how I know what real love is. And I finally accept that I'm not the problem. The problem is that some people aren't capable...

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Never forget that walking away from something unhealthy is brave - even if you stumble a little on your way out the door.

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Waking up every realizing I dodged a bullet, a BIG bullet. Even to this day it hurts. A lot. Some days I miss her & I have to remind myself why I left. Not all abuse is physically. & with her it was emotionally. BE STRONG ENOUGH TO KNOW WHAT YOU DESERVE & TO WALK AWAY WHEN SOMETHING IS HURTING YOU!

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Sony Crystal - Google+ I believe with all my heart that the book Men Who Hate Women & The Women Who Love Them by Susan Forward, is the best book in the world for helping all abused women, to understand what is happening to them in an abusive relationship, and what to do about it. This book is the best kind of help you could give someone you know is being abused.

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"The convenient memory loss of a narcissist . "I don't remember that." "You must not be remembering that right." "That never happened." It is easier for them to be dismissive of what you both KNOW to be correct, than own up to their actions and admit responsibility for any wrongdoing." ~ A.L.N. TRUTH TRUTH TRUTH!

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Narcissistic psychopath/sociopath relationship abuse. It makes it almost impossible to leave once you reach this point. The victim's behavior is an example of what psychologists call "learned helplessness".

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Just. Like. That. Why? Some people don't know what a broken heart feels like. They think you'll just get up the next day and be fine. Guess what... No.

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It is not your fault. Recovery from abuse takes time...sometimes years....but it is possible. You can rebuild your life, but you have to let go of what cannot be changed and move forward.

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