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Abusers Don’t Deserve Your Excuse — You’re The Victim.

“This happened to me” type of story.

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It’s hard to accept that we have been abused by other people because there’s no turning back when we accept that.

Once we finally recognize abusive relationships, we start seeing all the signs that have been there all along. We get to see the patterns of behavior, and we start looking…

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Love & Lust Can Be Messy.

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Eva Grape

Eva Grape

Chief Mom Officer (CMO) writes about parenting, relationships, sex, and sometimes about business and money; loves to challenge males to better themselves.

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