If you’re using those words as a cop-out, shame on you! I see it EVERYDAY on social media and in the world.
We live in a world today that is vastly different from our grandparents. Some things are the same and some things are different.
I want to talk about a few things that have really irritated me as of late.
I am a strong woman who believes in her power and voice as a woman.
I am a woman who believes that my voice is as strong as any man.
I am a woman who believes that we are equals.
There is ALOT of talk in today’s society about ALOT of important things.
Things such as:
And SOOOO many more!
If you EVER use one of those words to describe a situation you’re in or a person you’ve dealt with, PLEASE understand what it TRULY means.
Because I don’t care how strong you are as a woman, if any of those things EVER afflicts you, you better know exactly what it means and feels like!
It’s become easy in today’s world to blame our failed relationships on someone being a narcissist or gaslighting you when SOMETIMES it has absolutely nothing to do with that. It’s so easy to BLAME failed relationships on those two things in particular.
I will say I am no one with a greater platform than you, but I’ll be damned if I sit here and let other people use those words to describe their situation so it takes away from the look they need to take at themselves.
If you have been gaslighted or dealt with a narcissist, then I’ve got your back 1000%.
But don’t you dare use those words as a scapegoat to deeper personal issues.
I don’t know every person of this world, but I know that these things have become the norm to blame and that 1000% takes away from the individuals that are truly dealing with it.
I know these things. I’ve dealt with these things. They are very EVIL things.
If you’re using those words as a cop-out, shame on you! I see it EVERYDAY on social media and in the world. They’re words that make you feel like a big girl or big boy.
But let me tell you this…
If you’ve been inflicted by those things, you don’t throw those words around lightly.
Just remember that before you speak on your platform.
Stop using such strong and powerful words to give you a better advantage. It makes you look like a fool in the end.
For those of you that have been TRULY gaslighted, dealt with a narcissistic person, battled depression or anxiety….
You don’t need to fight on the front lines to win the battle. I see you and my tent is always open when you need a break from the fight…