Preparing for No Contact

Riveting revelations on how to prepare for no contact

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  1. Kathy H says:

    Absolutely broken after my relationship with a psychopath. I did not realize such people lived in our world until I encountered him. Now I feel sad, afraid. I struggle to move on, I loved him. I wanted so much to make him happy, to please him. The lies became too much. I would actually have a panic attack when I tried to rationalize what he was doing. It doesn’t make sense to me.

    1. Maria says:

      Kathy I’m so sorry you’re going through this. Feeling broken because of someone who claimed to love you is the most painful experience. Trying to make sense of it only compounds the pain of being discarded amd treated so appallingly. I do speak from experience and am 3 months into a partially vicious breakup. Where he told lie after lie and even used his daughter (who didn’t need much encouragement) to lie to the police accusing me of domestic abuse because I reported him for abh. This man adored me apparently! Told everyone for nearly 5 years. Yet kicked me out like a dog when he’d done with me. Hold on tight Kate. I’m with you on this painful journey. No contact is by far the hardesr but the best thing you can do. Hugs

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