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Every day I get comments sent to my Blog or I receive emails. From those who leave abusive relationships and go straight into another relationship – only to find that person is not good for them either. You’re walking on eggshells, being careful not to do or say the wrong thing. An abusive person’s needs and wellbeing always come first and they will ignore yours. If you add the abusive person hoovering you, begging you to come back and promising to change. It’s easier to go back to them than to feel that pain. Even though we know that nice loving side of them is not going to last long and the abuse will return. You are letting your entire happiness depend on another person. Your well-being first and don’t let your happiness depend on other people. Once you do that you won’t need to depend on others for it. When you do start dating again, you won’t start attracting these damaged, needy people. If you do, you’ll know you’re worth more than that if they hurt you.

At the end of the day, the right person for me will be someone who can accept and handle my flaws.

I would just once like to put my mascara on without poking myself in the eye from unsteady hands. No matter how much I try and trust the present, I fear it because of my past relationships that failed.

Fear of the unknown causes you to play multiple possible scenarios in your head of what could happen in the future so you can try to control it by being prepared for it. I tend to overanalyze every word and action of my partner’s.

Andrea Wesley Andrea is a Thirty-Something freelance writer living in the suburbs of Vancouver, Canada with her ridiculous ginger tabby, Jagger.

She first discovered her passion for writing at the age of 10 when she began filling notebooks with poetry.

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