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Do you ever:
Feel like you don’t matter or like you’re not important?
- Feel emotionally “dead” or numb?
Feel shocked by someone’s outrageously disrespectful behavior?
Feel like you’re being bullied at home or at work?
Feel like someone else’s needs are more important than your own?
Feel stuck in life, and you don’t know how to get “unstuck?”
Feel like you’re not really a “REAL” person?
Feel tired and unmotivated all the time?
- Feel like you’re just not good enough?
- Feel exhausted and drained when you spend time with someone?
- Doubt your own abilities or question your sanity?
- Feel like you’re dealing with more than you can handle, and if one more thing happens, you’ll just lose it?
- Feel isolated and alone, even if you’re in a roomful of people?
- Feel invisible and unheard?
- Feel completely worthless?
If you answered yes to those questions, you might be in a toxic relationship.
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