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It’s a cold and dark world! Every human for themselves! Who can be trusted, and who can be regarded as a friend?

But before you dive deeper into these questions, I have one question for you. Do you consider yourself your own friend? Have you ever looked at yourself in the mirror and smiled? What is it about yourself that you find most likeable?

If you’re scratching your head, and trying to figure out what to say next, then maybe you’ve never given this much thought. And things that aren’t ‘thought about’ can also be termed as NEGLECTED.

Now neglecting yourself, or just not giving yourself the importance you actually deserve can also be labeled as EMOTIONAL ABUSE.

Hey WAIT! Don’t shake your heads at me and give me the EVIL EYE!

Just because you’ve never considered yourself an abuser doesn’t mean that you aren’t. And it’s no lesser a crime to EMOTIONALLY ABUSE yourself than it is to abuse someone else.

How is this even possible?

Well let’s take a look at the 8 times that you have put yourself through EMOTIONAL ABUSE.

#1 SELF-DOUBTemotional abuse

#2 HATEemotional abuse

#3 ISOLATEemotional abuse

#4 CRITCISEemotional abuse

#5 DESPERATEemotional abuse

#6 ASHAMEDemotional abuse

#7 BLAMEemotional abuse

#8 HOPELESSemotional abuse

Does any of this sound familiar to you? I’m sure it does!
EMOTIONAL ABUSE is very real, and its effects can be disastrous.

This type of abuse does not leave any VISIBLE scars, but it can shred a person’s mental balance and leave them in complete disarray.

The world is filled with individuals who are ready to pounce on you and berate you. Then why must you contribute to this sad state of affairs. As a human, you are constantly seeking gratification and affection from others. Then isn’t it justified that you seek the same from yourself?

No one is a greater FRIEND or COMPANION to you than you yourself.

So cut yourself some slack, and give yourself a nice pat on the back.

Come what may, stop the EMOTIONAL ABUSE today! 

8 Comments on “8 TIMES you subject yourself to EMOTIONAL ABUSE

  1. Wow. I loved the ‘desperate’ one and the ‘isolation’ one. You helped me realize a lot today. Thanks for that :’))) think i’ll be raising my standards a wee bit higher, heh.

    • Just to be able to relate to such things means that your standard is WAYYYYYY HIGHER than many fellow earthlings! 😉

    • These feelings are very common and also very normal. But the realization of this is the beginning of understanding what’s wrong, and what needs to be rectified. Self-depreciation is an evil that we all should ideally distance ourselves from, but it’s one of the toughest things to do. It’s easier to blame oneself then actually face and resolve the actual problems around us. And it’s always devastating to recognize the fact that certain relationships are never meant to be.

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