So you realized you were being abused, and you did what you had to do: You left. Now what? You're lost, hurting, you miss your partner, you're doubting your decisions, and you feel as if you are falling apart at the seams. For some people, leaving the abusive partner is not always that breath of fresh air or the feeling of relief. And many people do not and will not ever understand that. In this article, I am going to give you the "Do's and Don'ts" of healing, and tell you just a little bit of my own story.
So what defines a toxic relationship? It is a relationship when one or both people in the relationship display behaviors that are aggressive and controlling and negative. A toxic relationship is oftentimes physically, emotionally, and mentally harmful to one or both people involved. Relationships should be full of compromise, communication, encouragement, support, and understanding. This applies to friendships, family relations, and romantic relationships.
Sometimes we get into moods where we think too deeply, we muse too strongly, and we feel just too much. And so we must get it out. We must express it. And so on 4/7/18, after a particularly rough day, my mind wandered into its darkness as I watched a wonderful movie, and came out with the following.
When we look at our dogs, we think they are just the happiest creatures on earth. It's hard to imagine our wiggly tailed and happy faced pooches could ever feel anything but innocent, pure joy. So for a lot of dog owners, they are surprised when they find out that dogs actually can suffer from depression.
We all have them. Girl problems. In some way shape or form everyone has got at least one girl problem. Even boys.
We all hate fleas. Even people who don't have four-legged, furry children hate fleas. So we all strive to keep them out of our homes, yards, and off of our precious pets. But usually flea preventive is expensive. And chemicals. And awful. It makes us feel bad, it makes our pets feel bad, it stinks, and what a huge money dump!