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unconditionallyisabella:

“If a man WANTS to be with you, he will make his actions clear. There won’t be any questions, murkiness, cloudiness, or fear.”

— Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass (via tanya-nicole)

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motivated-mindset:

“When you have found a reason to walk away, never look back. Just keep walking. For it is better to get lost moving on than to get stuck and stranded broken.”

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naturaekos:

“Pause and remember — No one is coming to rescue you from yourself; your inner demons, your lack of confidence, your dissatisfaction with yourself and life. Only self-love and good decisions will rescue you.”

Jenni Young
(via naturaekos)

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goodthingsarewaiting:

Trust me, you did not make it this far just to settle for someone who’s only half interested.

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radical–acceptance:

Signs of dating abuse (content warning)

-Pressuring you for sex (or for a specific type of sex you’re not interested in)

-Going through your messages

-Attempting to control whom you spend time with

-Attempting to control what you wear

-Threatening to out you as LGBT

-Asking for your phone, email, or Facebook passwords

-Accusing you of cheating without evidence

-Getting angry at you for having friends of the opposite sex

-Having sex with you when you are passed out or asleep (this is sexual assault)

-Preventing you from leaving a room during an argument

-Physically intimidating you or calling you names when they’re angry

-Ignoring you for periods of time

-Disclosing intimate information about you to others without permission

-Checking people out while they’re with you/flirting with people in your presence (assuming that you are in a monogamous relationship)

-Fetishizing certain parts of your body (there is a difference between attraction and fetishization—with the latter, you are reduced to that body part and objectified)

-Threatening to hurt themselves if you leave them

-Going from hot to cold/making you confused about where you stand with them

-Trash talking the people who are close to you/attempting to isolate you

-Trying to convince you every time you say no to something

-Never admitting their mistakes and never apologizing (or apologizing disingenuously). If they apologize, they expect what they did to be forgiven and forgotten immediately

-Unsolicited advice, often accompanied by pressure, about decisions that should be yours alone

-A condescending attitude (if your partner is older than you are, they may try to bolster their authority by emphasizing that they have more life experience)

-Having selective amnesia about certain things they’ve done in the past when you bring them up

-Being hyper-critical—always wanting to talk about what everyone else is doing wrong

Feel free to add onto this list

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pussy-likes-pussy:

I just realized that no matter how hard you’ve been trying to keep a relationship or even friendship because you thought you could never live without them, it really is not worth it when this person caused you so much pain and the relationship was mostly one-sided and toxic. It’s very important to remind yourself that although you spent a lot of time with them, also had good memories and laughed a lot together, if there’s no or maybe bad communication, lack of trust and no understanding, then it is in fact NOT worth fighting for, believe me. So please love yourself and don’t feel guilty for leaving. You’re not being egoistic, it’s called self-love and your mental health matters

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yourplasticheart:

“Controllers, abusers and manipulative people don’t question themselves. They don’t ask themselves if the problem is them. They always say the problem is someone else.”

— Darlene Ouimet

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catarinehancock:

“1. it’s not always loud. it’s not always obvious. the poison doesn’t always hit you like a gunshot. sometimes, it seeps in quietly, slowly. sometimes, you don’t even know it was ever there until months after. 2. love is not draining. love is not tiring. this is not how it is supposed to be. 3. apologies are like band-aids, when what you really need is stitches– they don’t actually fix anything long-term. soon enough, you’ll be bleeding again, but they will never give you what you really need. 4. this is not your fault. you did not turn them into this. this is how they are, how they’ve always been. you can’t blame yourself. 5. there will be less good days than bad days but the good days will be so amazing that it will feel like everything is better than it actually is. your mind is playing tricks on itself and your heart is trying to convince itself that it made the right choice. 6. they do not love you. they can not love you. this is not love. 7. you’re not wrong for wanting to run, so do it. 8. you will let them come back again and again before you realize that they only change long enough for you to let them in one more time. 9. it’s okay to be selfish and leave. there is never any crime in putting yourself first. when they tell you otherwise, don’t believe them. don’t let them tear you down. they want to knock you off your feet so that they can keep you on the ground. 10. after, you will look back on this regretting all the chances given, all the time wasted. you will think about what you know now, and what you would do differently if given the chance. part of you will say that you would never have even given them the time of day, but another part of you, the larger one, will say that even after everything, you wouldn’t have changed a thing. and that’s the part that is right.”

10 facts about toxic relationships (what i wish i’d known) -c.h. // instagram: @evanescent.love (via @poeticaffinity)

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dis-grace-ful23:

“The first mistake I made was loving you more than I loved myself, I put your needs and feelings before mine, and in the end I was left alone and empty.”

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