5. Cut out Negative Self-talk

Cut out Negative Self-talk

Whatever you decide to do in your relationship, whether you decide to work on it or walk away from it, you have to watch the way you talk about yourself.

Over time, when you're around someone who constantly puts you down and makes you feel less than what and who you truly are, you can start incorporating some of that into your own self-talk. Don't. You are none of the things your partner accuses you of being. You know your faults and your flaws, but I guarantee that none of them are unforgivable. None of them make you a terrible person, so don't talk to yourself the way you've heard your partner talk to you.

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Ana-Maria Nicolaescu
But how can one know if it's really abusive or maybe just overreacting, as they have been told?
Lol why would you want to survive an emotionally abusive relationship?... Get out! #WhenInDoubtGetOut
Chaya Goffin
@annie not always is it even POSSIBLE for abused people to just get up and waltz out of a terrible situation. Not all circumstances are created equal, not everyone can do the same things. All that ca...
But with that, I totally acknowledge how hard that is. It took me three years, but at least I know I'm healthy now, you know?
As someone who has gotten out of an abusive relationship, I think that leaving is really is the best thing you can do for yourself. It's crazy because you start to lose your identity and you don't eve...
@ Annie it's never easy for abused people to walk, God forbid u shd ever have that happen to u. U r so broken, u loose so much of ur self ur focus ur dreams ur self worth n u just stock in a maze. As ...
Umm how about rather than "surviving" the abusive relations ship, you GET OUT of it.
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