Personal Note: The more we give, the more they take, and it gets wasted and devoured selfishly and used as ammunition, turned against the ones we really love, the ones who want to help but don’t quite know how to.
What we think is protection.. Is actually the abuser using us like a shield, letting us take the blows they wont admit they deserve.
Personal note: Sometimes we think we are strong if we can help someone who seems troubled deep down. We don’t realize just how much damage it can do to us, or how little we’ll ever be able to actually change things.
Personal Note: Sometimes, empathy gets the best of us. It makes us feel pain for others, no matter what they may have done. It makes us believe there is something deep down that no one else can understand. We see our ‘loved ones’ in pain, and our minds block out how much they may have hurt us, telling us ‘this person needs someone. They need someone like me to understand and cry with them. Maybe that’s all they ever needed.’
And that thought… That thought could very well be a starting crack in the damage that is Stockholm Syndrome.
Personal Note: I don’t have too much to say on this particular post but it will become an issue for sure. Let’s just say… It sucks when someone is cheating on you with 3 other people. Especially when they don’t consider it cheating, or at least wont admit it was.
Personal note: Honestly it’s… Hard for me to comment on this.
Because I’m scared of the shame I still feel from what my body enjoyed over my mind.
I just hope something strong enough exists out there to counter that shame.
If you villainize the world around someone, it makes it easier to make yourself look good.