Hello, Love
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Hello, Love

7 Reasons We Struggle To Leave the Ones Who Harm Us Most

Why leaving an abusive relationship is so incredibly hard to do.

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“Why don’t you leave?”, “How can you love someone who treats you this way?”, “You need to stick up for yourself”, “I wouldn’t allow anyone to treat me this way”.

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Love changes us. Love makes us human.

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Kara Summers

Kara Summers

5x Top Writer. Raising awareness of emotional abuse and toxic relationships. Narcissistic Abuse Survivor.

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