And then one day, we stop being the person we used to be


It’s subtle at first, the way they change you. 💔 


The way they pick on the things you wear.


How you look.


Who you hang out with.


Criticising how you cook, how you clean, how you take the bins out.


Telling you their friends think you’re “too much.”


You’ve buried yourself in work, another thing they criticise you for. 😢


Work has become your respite, the place where you can be yourself. 


You start dreading coming home from work.


You spend the long drive home wondering what mood they’ll be in when you get home. 😳


Whether you’ll be able to enjoy being home or not.


How many things they’ll criticise you for tonight. 


You’ve stopped seeing your friends.


You’ve stopped being honest with your friends and family about how life really is. 🥹


You realise you’ve become a much, much quieter version of yourself.


One that doubts all your decisions.


One you don’t trust much, because of how much they gaslight you.


But deep down you still have hope.


You’re holding on to the hope that one day things will get better. 💫


That they’ll be nicer to you, become the person you fell in love with again.


If I could go back in time, I’d give that version of me a big hug.


I’d say “it will get so, so much better.


But first you have to love yourself enough to leave.


You have to keep doing the work on yourself to heal the reasons you attracted them in the first place.


Heal your heart.


Walk away.


There’s so much greatness waiting for you when you leave. 💞


You’re worthy of so much more.


Your future man knows that, and he’s waiting for you.”


Does this hit home?


If you want a guide on your journey to your future self, drop me a message and let’s chat about how coaching and/or energy work can help. 


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Catcha on the flip side,


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