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She looked me up and down and said “it’s a shame your breasts are sagging at such a young age”. Neither were true then, and even now they’re pretty good for my age.
The only person that had both of those things were her.
My brother told me that my parents were old and they weren’t going to change. Does that mean that I have to accept the way they treat me? I don’t agree that people can’t change and until we say something to them about these kinds of comments, until we stand up for ourselves they don’t have any reason or motivation to change; they can have the relationship any way that they want to have it. But I am not asking them to change, I am simply deciding that I MATTER and I am not going to put up with the way that they treat me anymore. I stood up for me when I no longer cared about the consequences of doing so.
” Why do people say things like that; that they aren’t going to change? It used to make sense when I was under the false definitions of love and respect but today I know that it isn’t about them changing. If they can’t (which means won’t) change, then I guess it is a good thing that I am not in any kind of relationship with them. Their rejection of me, that rejection I had feared so long, did not originate from when I stood up to them or when they walked away from me, it started many years before that.
Sometimes I feel like I was only a big mirror that she spoke out loud to.
Get yours here in the upper right side bar or click this link~ Emerging from Broken The Beginning of Hope for Emotional Healing This website, the security and back-up system and other monthly costs are maintained through donations. I’ve cut ties with my neighbors recently just because of the fact that no one could respect me the way I am. She was still going at it so I finally stood up for myself and gave her a piece of my mind. The same woman came to me saying hi as if nothing had happened the night before. She sent me an email to apologize, which I accepted but I did tell her that I was born in that country, I will always be a part of it, and by insulting me, you’re also insulting my boys who happened to have dual citizenship.
You might be surprised with the amount of comments and the high traffic rank this site has, how few donations there are. I have been verbally attacked in parties at their house many times because of my nationality. I was no longer polite nor was I willing to be nice. My husband who was outside was called in to try to calm me down. I know I’m going on and on about this but standing up for myself and actually letting people know about their disrespect is something I’m still working on. Especially when no one else shares that passion to break through silence with the truth.
This 50/50 responsibility for the failure in relationship thing is rarely the way it really is.
Think about it this way; in your life, does your family equally share in the success of the relationship according to the way that you were taught the ‘rules of engagement?