Don’t stay in a toxic situation, even if it’s for family

We can’t fix other people - we can only fix ourselves

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As a kid in school, I was endlessly frustrated that my classmates couldn’t understand me when I said my parents didn’t love me. It was an alien concept to them, of course, as innocent children who only knew what their own parents where like to live with.

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Sarah Kat

Sarah Kat

Self help, neuropsychology, small business and marketing. An Elective Orphan and abuse survivor.

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