“I Must Have Been Mad”

03 Aug 2008

Have you ever said: “I must have been mad to stay with him”
or “I must have been mad to stay in that relationship for as long as I did”?

If you have, be aware that expressing that idea marks an
early stage in your healing process. 

Although it doesn’t necessarily make you feel good. Because it suggests that you are shouldering
the blame for the relationship. Shouldering blame is a fairly negative exercise. But when that blame shifts into
responsibility it can become a step towards empowerment. 

does that work? It is only when we take
responsibility for our own situation that we can claim the power to change
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Annie Kaszina, international Emotional Abuse Recovery specialist and award-winning author of 3 books designed to help women recognise and heal from toxic relationships so that they can build healthy, lasting relationships with the perfect partner for them, blogs about all aspects of abuse, understanding Narcissists and how to avoid them and building strong self-worth. To receive Annie’s blog direct to your Inbox just leave your details here.

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