You Will Recover Once Free From A Narcissistic Relationship.

No matter how many times life knocks you down, crushes you, tries to destroy you, crumples you up, squeeze the life out of you, drains you, tires you out, drains you, hurts you, turns you over. Just as you’re getting back up, it stomps all over you again. No matter how many times you get knocked back, you get knocked down, you can, and you will get back up and go again.

Remember, you’ve already survived things you thought you wouldn’t. You will survive this too.

You are still you, deep down inside, no matter what part of you that you lost along life’s journey, you’re still alive, you’re still wonderful, you’re still human, no matter how many scars life’s journey has give to you along the way, you can, and you will still heal those scars, you may carry the lesson learnt with you. Nevertheless, you’ve learned, and that knowledge will not be taken away, you’ve grown, and most importantly, you’ve developed into a better you. Your values are what’s inside you; only you and your values define you.

You never get rejected from anything or anyone. You get re-directed onto better things, better people and better opportunities, leave the mistakes in the past and take those lessons with you.

Mistakes will only be a mistake if you don’t learn from them. Once you learn from them, take the lesson with you, accept the challenging times came along, but remember you made it through. Not only did you make it through, you came out a wiser and happier person.

Life’s about a journey, an adventure. You can not always see what’s happening or why it’s happening, while you’re going through hard times, when you look back and reflect, you can then begin to piece it all together and understand exactly why.

No one deserves abuse, yet you have the power of choice within your mind to carry that abuse with you in your mind or let it go and leave it in your past. Is it easy? No, you might need extra support. Is it worth letting it go leaving the abuser and the abuse in the past? Yes.

Keep your positivity. Whatever the situation, look for the positive, even if sometimes it’s a little harder to view or takes a little longer to find. It’s always right there waiting for you. Sometimes you may even just stumble upon it, when you do, grasp the opportunity given to you with both hands and keep it,

A jobless lady with a failed marriage and a young child, who had clinical depression, one day decided to write about a wizard. That lady took her book to 12 publishers and got turned down, but she never gave up. She kept going, that lady it. J.K Rowling.

Failure is just a sign that it’s wasn’t for you, you have it your all, and it didn’t work as you planned, nows the time to switch it up, turn it around take a jump into new, bigger and better things, what you end you getting, will be far greater than what you first planned, when all seems lost it’s not, it’s just making way for better things, never just settle for someone or something, where In your instinct something just doesn’t feel right, instead keep going, keep trying new stuff, and when you get there, go, again and again, reclaim your own happiness.

You might not always understand the lesson straight away. One day when you look back, you will reflect, and you’ll see precisely why something didn’t work out.

With significant experience come great opportunities,

Albert Einstein’s “I believe in intuition and inspiration. At times I feel certain I am right while not knowing the reason.”

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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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