Being able to discern whether a relationship in your life is difficult or destructive is not only challenging, but it remains crucial to your healing. Often, woman want to believe that a destructive relationship is a difficult one because they believe that it can be changed, fixed or that they can save it themselves by just simply loving more.
Destructive relationships actually start out as difficult ones, making it easy to look back on “better” or “easier” times and believe they can be obtained again by how much effort you put into it.
Have you ever felt like this:
- Maybe I can fix them
- Maybe I’m overreacting
- Maybe it’s my fault
- Maybe I am hard to love
Difficult relationships don’t leave you feeling controlled, devalued or confused. They don’t deplete you, ghost you often, or manipulate you into believing that you are the problem.
This can be an old friend, family member, or even a coworker. If you have felt any of these regularly in a relationship, it may be time for overdue healing. Boundaries are key for guarding yourself from destructive relationships. You can learn how to establish and maintain limits that help you feel safe!
If you need a community to remind you of this until you are able to remind yourself, Check out DYW. A safe space I created just for women to establish boundaries and heal from codependency.
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Now is the time to Discover Your Worth.