When you feel like quitting on yourself, your life, your hopes, your dreams, remember that’s what the narcissist wants you to do.
When you feel like quitting, remember you have survived so much. You have so much to live for. You have so much to give. You are a fantastic person. You’re not alone, most feel like quitting during recovery after a narcissistic relationship, most feel like they can not take any more revelations or reality checks, take a break, remember why you started then get back up and go again.
When life knocks you down, there’s always a way back up, when you feel like quitting remember why you started and what you wanted to achieve for you. Remember always that pain is temporary and the pain that you may feel in the moment will be replaced by the strength you’ll carry tomorrow. Every bit of pain you feel will create a new you with a stronger mindset and a stronger character.
Don’t back down from the pain, use it to teach you, use it to develop and grow you, to who you want to be. You are worthy, and you have so much to offer and so much to fight for. Whatever you think is your limit of pain, it isn’t push past it, you are capable.
At times it’s hard at times it can feel impossible, keep going, keep taking those steps towards a happier you, the more you do, the sooner you’ll be making what seemed impossible possible. You have to keep going, give up on those who seek to hurt or destroy you, never ever give up on you. Stick it out to create and become exactly who you want to be.
When life knocks you down when you hit rock bottom, you’ve got to get back up for you. When people disappoint you, when they lie to you, when they betray you, when they hurt you, when they walk away from you, when they leave you empty and with nothing and all you want to do is quit life. You’ve got to dig deep and find one reason whatever that reason might be, to keep fighting for you, to keep going, to push through that pain and create who you want to be. Find the reason that will make you live, make you strong, make you push through the storm to find clearer days.
Toxic, negative, energy-draining people must be removed from your life, for your physical health, mental health, financial health, for everyone they must be removed, negativity breeds negativity.
Make a promise to yourself to be happy, when work on finding your inner happiness, find and then focus on the little things that truly make you happy, focus on what you have good, focus on the positive.
The best revenge on anything and anyone, is becoming exactly who you want to be, creating your own inner peace and happiness, creating your own success.
Keep those who inspire you, who raise you up, who help you, keep those close.
Go through the pain reach past the pain stretch yourself to create who you want to be and where you want to go.
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