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A Warning

I was listening to an audiobook by Kevin Hart and his relationship situation reminded me A LITTLE of what I went through over a decade ago. The difference? Kevin Hart wound up marrying the person who was clearly horrible to him, and Kevin Hart was a huge part of the problem.


With Kevin Hart's situation, the cops actually hauled him away, with mine? The cops hauled the other person away, and suggested I get to safety before that person was released.


See Kevin Hart thought that if a woman attacked you, you could fight back. No. You can't. Fact of the matter is, when someone wrapped their arms around me, knocking the phone out of my hand so I couldn't call the police, I didn't fight. When she demanded I hit her, I still refused, and instead, just started nervously giggling till she released me. I know, awkward, but whatever... better than being a psycho.


When she finally released me? I picked up my phone and called the cops. The cops hauled her away shortly after.


With Kevin Hart's story, there is however this similarity: Both of us, back in the day, didn't realize that people should be treating us better. That if we were in a different relationship, we could see how normal/functional life could be, while also having the good parts of a relationship too.


So this video, is for all the people who are still in crazy relationships:




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Unknown member
Aug 18, 2022

All my x's told me that no one will ever love me as much as they love me thats how I knew it was bs Nice video

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Unknown member
Aug 11, 2022

My mom married my father because she didn’t think she could do any better. She was like 5’7, slender with long blonde hair and green eyes, kind and intelligent. He was short, balding grey hair and seven years older than her. When I was a kid she was in her mid 30s and probably 160 lbs. she wanted another child but he told her she was too fat/old. He was always at work and cheated on her with his assistant. I was very shy in school but unfortunately that came across as bitchy. So the first guy to show me any positive attention I totally fell for, got pregnant by and married. He turned out to be a monster. Abusive…

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Unknown member
Aug 11, 2022

Thank you This video made me cry.. every word you spoke rang true! I’m sorry she treated you so horribly. People are such evil vindictive creatures. It’s very hard to trust any of them.

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Unknown member
Aug 11, 2022
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Very sad but true unfortunately. My ex husband would go to any length to be vindictive or spiteful

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Unknown member
Aug 11, 2022

It’s so hard to get out of that sticky web they spin, I’m still working on getting out and it was so intoxicating especially when I was living with them. Being back at my parents and having time to think of how they twisted my reality has really been eye opening!

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Unknown member
Aug 11, 2022
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Well, good luck toward getting in a functional, healthy situation. It's awesome when you finally find it.

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Unknown member
Aug 10, 2022

This was perfect. Too many of us go through years or even repetitive cycles (that do become lessons later on when your SO, and even yourself has robbed you of years of what could have been better).

Wherever you're at in your life - age, experience, who you are, just take in these words. From Onision, from those sharing their experiences.

It can't just be 1,2,3 of going back. They hurt you, move on. If they won't leave you alone, seek help.

I promise you it's not worth the hurt and distrust that serves years long.

I used to think that for every year I was with that person, was another year I needed to heal. I have also thought…

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Unknown member
Aug 10, 2022
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Yeah! Happy that resonated with you.

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