A message to all bullies who treat their victim(s) like they are worthless, then play the victim when they are confronted for their abuse, and act stunned when people want to end the relationship with them.
Manipulative people latch on to empathetic targets and exploit their innate qualities. They find people who are easy-going, gentle and kind - who avoid conflict and seek to make others happy. The Problem: They reciprocate none of these things. Instead, they feel entitled to your constant forgiveness and self-blame. If you set boundaries or say no, you will be punished for reacting to their abuse. Toxic people constantly look to blame the victim.
Always wanting to blame other people for your failures. And telling people I'm afraid of you, won't answer your calls/texts?? Really bitch? Keep telling those lies if you need to sleep at night. We both know your weak, insecure ass doesn't have the balls to call/text me ever again because you really don't want to know the truth about how many other girls there were. You just want to pretend and play victim.
My father was not part of my life at all. Even though this quote is about missing a father after their death- it can relate to me in some ways- No one truly understands how hard it is to not have a dad until you experience it. I believe a father is a vital part of a child's life as well. Mom and Dad do not necessarily need to be married to each other to still be a part of the child's life...