Are You Feeling Empty And Broken After A Narcissistic Relationship?

Have you been left feeling empty and broken? Have lost so much of yourself and your belongings? There is a way back. First, you need to believe in you, and then you need to believe in your future, picture where you want to be, then start taking steps to get yourself there all is not lost.

Baby steps are essential.

John Heywood the English playwright quote.

“Rome wasn’t built in a day, but they were laying bricks every day.”

So remember that every day, take another step forward, doesn’t matter if you take a couple back we all make mistakes, just learn from them and drive yourself forward from them.

Albert Einstein quote.

“In the middle of difficulty lies great opportunity.”

So you may have hit rock bottom, what happens when you do, stay down and sink? NO,

You rise back up to a bigger and better version of yourself, learn the lessons your life journey has given you then drive yourself forward.

Find your passion, and it’ll give you your purpose. Find what you truly love doing, then create your vision, then take those steps to make it a reality.

Aim for the best possible version of yourself and your new-found life vision, learn from each setback, then drive yourself forward to achieving, when you get the best to keep going to get better.

Ignore all those haters, and we’re not designed to get along with everyone, we’re not intended to please everyone, follow your instinct, listen to it and keep going, respect and listen to others, if it didn’t sit right with who you are and your intuition, let it float away. There will always be those around you that say, ”I don’t think it can be done, I think it’s impossible.” listen to them, learn from them, then go show them that the impossible is possible.

Edison said when he invented the light bulb with 10,000 attempts at making it. “I didn’t fail 10,000 times, and it was invented with 10,000 steps.” Keep going until you get that break, keep trying new ways to reach that vision, don’t ever give up on yourself.

Go all the way, don’t think small, think big. Then take the small steps to get big, then when you get there to go again, change it up, make it bigger and better than it was before.

Work at it until you can work no more, then rest, get up early and go work more and more and more, keep going, keep driving yourself forward. Hard work and consistency, will get you to where you want to be, belief within yourself.

Share, give something back, don’t ever just take, give back to those in need, give back to those who give to you, when it comes to change for a better you. It’s down to you to dig deep and achieve, no matter where you want to be. Then when you have, show others they can too,

Believe in you, you can and you will.

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Elizabeth Shaw is not a Doctor or a therapist. She is a mother of five, a blogger, a survivor of narcissistic abuse, and a life coach, She always recommends you get the support you feel comfortable and happy with. Finding the right support for you. Elizabeth has partnered with BetterHelp (Sponsored.) where you will be matched with a licensed councillor, who specialises in recovery from this kind of abuse.

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