We all want to be happy,
We all have goals, a job we want, a relationship we’d like, we all have desires, sadly sometimes what happens, when we are going on a date after date, or job interview after job interview,
When you want something so much, you might just settle if you’re giving up hope in finding it.
When you meet a narcissist, you think you’ve found the one to find out you don’t even know who they are.
When you want something so much, and you think you’ve found it, for them to change on you, you keep trying new things, keep changing things until you get the person you met back, then once you get there, they switch on you again, you’re forever going around in circles for them.
Now you’re free, remember how much time and effort you put into changing for them. You may have fears now you didn’t have before. Remember how that fear you had of that narcissist made you step you and try something else.
Now is the time to use your fear to try something new for you, only this time, you’ll only have yourself to answer to. If you tried and you didn’t like it or didn’t succeed, change something and try again, but only do what makes you happy to heal you.
Use the experience to learn a lesson, to keep growing, to keep achieving, keep pushing yourself forward.
Don’t settle for anything. Find out what you want, then go out there and achieve it, keep going, keep driving yourself forward. It’s not always easy, but keep going.
Love yourself and take care of yourself first. It’s a challenge, you need to be ok with your own company, and you can be. If you want to meet someone, go out there. Not everyone is a narcissist. Just take it slow. You know what to look out for now.
Talk kindly to yourself, be positive and be patient.
If you work on yourself, you will get to where you want to be, then keep moving forward.
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