Victimhood keeps you small and from being the best version of yourself.
Sometimes rules aren’t made, they’re just recognized.
On the surface, they can be hard to identify. These narcissists may appear shy, humble, or anxious.
“The resurrection of your heart is louder than your voice.”
Codependents have underlying internalized shame, which fosters a guilty conscience. They’re especially hard on themselves and may suffer from frequent bouts of unrelenting, false guilt.
I thought that whatever I did, or tried, or put my hands to turned to rubbish.
Forgiveness on the part of a sexual assault victim is not a Pollyanna endeavor. It often is realized only after a long journey which can take years, decades – even a lifetime.
A narcissist is a person who has a grandiose sense of self. They appear to be a lot of things: confident, strong, and well adjusted. And then as time passes certain traits and mannerisms start to develop and a pattern forms.
Becoming empowered and leaving victimhood behind is difficult and extremely hard to do on our own.
I kinda agree, it’s some of the cause.
No one experience defines you. No one loss defines you. No one failure defines you.
Dr. Elwood Watson believes it’s essential that we learn to control and limit our jealousy or else we’ll become a victim of it.
I wondered what he needed so badly that he would make that disastrous choice.
I will not become a victim.
The passive aggressive and victimhood. Poor, poor, pitiful him!
Independent, co-dependent, interdependent – which one are you?