You—one of the many women and men targeted by sociopathic abusers in romantic and non-romantic relationships—are highly intelligent, accomplished, and proud.
You take full responsibility, extreme ownership, of the consequences of your deeds and words.
You’re accountable, never blaming others for your failures or occasional crappy luck.
You’re truthful to a fault.
You’re on a quest for justice in all matters.
You move from a place of honor and integrity.
You’re only fault? You make the false assumption that every other human on the planet shares these values with you.
And thanks to society’s collective eagerness to blame and shame victims, you remain silent about being abused, tortured, raped, defrauded, and/or conned, because you’re hell-bent on maintaining your integrity as an intelligent, accomplished, and proud individual.
Besides, why open the door to the inevitable judgment of others when your incessant self-judgment is enough of a burden:
How did I allow this to happen?
How could I have been so wrong about him/her?
People are going to think I’m crazy if I tell them what I endured.
People are going to think I’m weak and stupid. Am I?
Why didn’t I leave the first time he/she said and did that?
I’m a terrible mother/father for subjecting my children to this person for as long as I did.
It’s all my fault. I have no one else to blame except myself.
Are you still confused as to why you’ve remained silent in the aftermath of being ambushed, attacked, and mind-screwed by a psychopath, sociopath, and/or narcissist?
You’re not alone. There are many out here struggling to recover and rediscover self-worth and self-love.
Not long ago, I was struggling, too. I’ve been where you are. I understand and know, first hand, the devastation and paralysis of being smacked by life and losing all trust in myself and in my intuition. I remember wanting to curl up in a ball and disappear. I wanted to die, and everything I thought I knew about love, life, and humanity seemed to be crumbling before me…quickly.
It was tough for me to reconcile…the desire to end it all. I was raised to power through and to never give up. I was raised to use my wits and always be positive and to never make others feel uncomfortable just because I was uncomfortable.
So killing myself wasn’t an option, yet I didn’t know how to be anything other than angry, depressed, and defensive. I was blocked from being able to break through the darkness. I was closed. Shut down. Disconnected from my life force. I didn’t understand that the reason I kept cycling through the same mistakes with myself and in relationships was because I kept ignoring the messages being sent to me by the Universe. I wasn’t listening. I was too blocked by my conditioning and experiences to hear the messages.
So I kept reliving the same lessons…over and over and over again.
Does that sound familiar?
Luckily, just when I thought light would never shine on me again, I discovered tools to unblock my mind and release my intellect. These tools saved me and reminded me how powerful I am and how beautiful life can be once my body, mind, and spirit are set free.
They can save you, too. Are you interested? Are you open and receptive to unblocking and unlocking your soul…your higher self?
Are you interested in tapping into your full potential loving self and having it available to you as your soul mate, twin flame, and omniscient guide?
If you’re ready, I’m ready to teach you. I’m ready to coach and support you.
The Universe answers our prayers and wishes when we’re open and receptive to listening.
Are you ready to transform your life and start living your dreams and life purpose?
Then contact me to set up a FREE Clarity Call.
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