Fü do you feel like a failure because of your failed relationship? Many of us do.
What can you do about it?
Well, first of all you have to stop believing that you are beyond salvation or doomed . That's just not true.
Secondly, you need to stop despising your ex.
Sometimes relationships aren't about the partner, they're about you.
Of course, a relationship should be about both of you since you are together, but I'm talking about the challenges that life throws at us in the form of a relationship.
If you're in a were in a relationship with a man who made you doubt yourself and how you look, what you do, how you do it, how you are… take it as a lesson.
This often happens after toxic relationships, and it usually includes verbal abuse: your partner puts you down, verbally abuses you, or makes intermittent comments that obviously hurt you, over and over again.
< p>It's so easy to fall under someone's spell – and not just in a romantic sense.
It's easy to start believing what other people think of you. It's easy to lose self-esteem.
I'm here to tell you that what may have happened to you or what is being said about you says nothing about you .
If someone you loved dearly left you, that says nothing about you.
It hurts like hell. It is real. It's part of you. But it doesn't matter to you. You are not a woman who has been abandoned. You're nobody's pastime or second choice.
But to see that, you have to believe it yourself first. This is where every healthy relationship begins: with self-love.
In fact, most of our relationships are just a reflection of what we think about ourselves and how we treat ourselves.
So maybe even before your first failed relationship, you made up your mind about what to do with yourself. r not held well enough.
You may have carried this idea of yourself around with you since childhood, and now it is expressing itself in your romantic relationships.
Think about it; over to. Why don't YOU think you deserve love?
Whatever you think of, you can change it. Our personalities are not set in stone.
You can be whoever you want to be, you just have to believe in it first.
The attraction that brings people together and keeping them together is stronger when both partners are their authentic selves.
Men don't want women to control them. Men want companions. You want a partner. Even if they are not aware of it.
If there is no personality, no authenticity, there is nothing to captivate them and keep them with you.
The bad news is that not every woman understands this. The good news is that you can change that anytime by starting to love yourself.
We all have that special something that makes us priceless .
The more you are yourself, the more likely it is that someone will find you who will like you just the way you are.
Once that someone enters your life, you will forget that you even thought you were unlovable and mourned any half-hearted relationships.
As I said before, traumatic and heartbreaking experiences are sometimes there to turn us on to ourselves remember to remind us of our own needs.
That's why it's time you stop thinking about your ex-partner who hurt you and instead focus on why you're hurt.
I guarantee you, once you do that Once you have found the source of your pain (which is not another human), you will be free.
You will be in control of your own emotions.
It doesn't matter that you are not priceless for someone else, what matters is that you really feel comfortable in your own skin.
Because only then do good things happen. Then life finally feels right.
Don't be afraid to say goodbye to things that aren't good for you, even if it makes you cry.
There is something better waiting for you out there.
There is someone out there who will make you feel like the only woman in the world and believe me, this will make up for all the times you didn't feel this way.