You meet a guy that seems perfect for you, and maybe you jump into a relationship immediately, but a few months later he changes into a completely different person. He keeps tabs on you, always needing to know where you are and what you’re doing.
You have no freedom to go out on your own or do what you want.
He has all of this control over you and as much as you want to get out, you feel like you can’t because you keep holding onto that hope that he will go back to being the person when you first met.
Get out. Do whatever it takes. The truth is, he wasn’t the person you thought you met in the beginning.
He drew you in and you trusted him. As soon as he gets you hooked, a switch flips and he becomes a completely different person. It’s hard to understand why this happens and what the purpose was, but it’s too late.
You’re already invested and it is too hard to leave someone you thought you had a future with.
Don’t let yourself become engrossed in what could be because he’s never going to change. This is who he is deep down and he hid it from you to draw you in only to get whatever it was he wanted from you.
He can be a master manipulator and make you believe that he’s in love with you, but ultimately he has other goals and when you start to see these signs you should run far, far away.
The good news is that you can survive this. You can be a strong, independent woman. You can get over him.
He was never good for you and you were probably too blind to see it.
I promise you’re going to be okay, though. It’s going to take some time and it’s going to be hard to trust men again, but you will persevere.
Don’t put up with his bullshit and don’t let him make you feel like you aren’t worthy of being loved the way you should be.
You deserve a man that isn’t going to put his hands on you, that’s going to be there for you for the good times and the bad times, one that is going to encourage you and push you to be the best you can be.
Never let a man bring you down and make you think you aren’t worth anything because you are worth everything.
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