Thank you for listening to my cries.
Thank you for guiding me from the confusion.
Thank you for comforting me as I let my heart out.
Thank you for spending time with me as I try to pick up the pieces.
You just don’t know how thankful I am for having you during the chaotic moments of my mind. “Sorry to say this but you were just used, led on, lied to, and left out.”, “Only an asshole like that can do those things and you definitely deserve better”, you said. And I couldn’t thank you enough for uttering those words as brutally honest as you can because it really gave me the punch in the throat that I terribly needed.
Thank you for believing in my story and for validating the wicked experience I’ve been through. For someone who witnessed this kind of abuse, your genuine support and understanding is truly treasured down to our core. Your patience and determination to reach out despite the days I’d just like to lock myself, stay in bed, and mourn the loss of someone who is still breathing is truly valued.
Thank you for reminding me the fruits that I have every time I begin to doubt myself again.
Thank you for reminding me that I was just fine before the destruction came and that I can stand back up but this time it’ll be for the better.
Thank you for giving me motivation to regain my strength and faith back.
Thank you for defending me against the people who would rather condone than step up and call out the abusive behavior they knew the person already has.
When other people - especially “friends” - rather choose the abuser, there you are showing me that there are still people who choose fairness and justice above all. Thank you for reminding me that there is still hope. What did I do to deserve people like you? As one of the unfortunately great number of souls who endured, suffered, still fighting, trying to get out of the draining and drastic narcissistic abuse, I am thank you deep down in my heart for being the empathetic hearts that you all are.
You may be few but I know these are the people who truthfully mean it when they say “don’t worry, I got you.”.