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Nobody will protect you from suffering ... You have to live through it and love it and move on and be better for it

When you start to recovering from narcissist abuse, you will change. You might freak everyone out. People who are used to the "old you" may be caught off guard. It allows you to set up boundaries and let others hold their own pain and anxiety instead of you taking it on for them. You become more assertive and confident. Allow this to happen. The dust will settle and everyone will adjust.

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READ THIS->I changed a lot because of you and you turned out to be everything I needed....everything I needed to wake me up and see what I didn't deserve in life. Lies hurt the most from the ones we love. Bravo. -AU

A recovery from narcissistic sociopath relationship abuse.

I truly hate when people put a time limit on healing - from anything. Death, trauma, seeing trauma...sometimes it just hits you.