Tag Archives: self-worth

Is This What We Signed Up For?

I have asked myself that question repeatedly over the years.  Did I really sign up for this crazy?  The narcissist relationships that have me bugging out with insomnia?  I’m a fixer by nature and over the years, I repeatedly put … Continue reading

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A Different Way To Process Being Left In A Relationship

When you get down to the heart of the matter, there are a bunch of reasons why a spouse leaves or a relationship breaks up and obviously there are too many to list here.  Because in each individual relationship, the … Continue reading

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Filling The Empty Cavity When He Leaves

Today’s prompt cavity  made me ache to write to you.  Because as ex-spouses or ex-partners, there’s a hole in our hearts after our loved one leaves.  It aches like a cavity and the pain that we feel within takes effort … Continue reading

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