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To the Woman Who’s Made to Feel Like She’s Difficult to Love


Inspite of being hurt, again & choosing to be alone, I still think most men are beautiful. We only hear about the bad ones. There are many many good ones out there too. I hope one day I may be blessed to stumble across one :) Su x

Originally posted on Let Me Reach with Kim Saeed:

Woman's Love

~By Mohadesa Najumi~

Dear Woman Who’s Made to Feel Like She’s Difficult to Love,

You beautiful, soft delicate thing.

You intricate thing.

Why do you let the world penetrate you so deep? All their hurt and anger at your eternal fire,

Fire always struggles in the ocean.

He’s done it so many times. Made you feel like you’re difficult to love.

Almost every man has,

All their little idiosyncrasies that dig in like little swords going into your back.

You’re far from difficult to love.

Birds fall in love with you during their migration.

Even tree branches want to wrap around you,

And more importantly, you love yourself.

You’re the sun that gives life whilst expecting nothing in return.

Women are selfless lovers, we love for love, without questions.

How can we ever be difficult to love? We are the lovers.

A world without a woman’s love is unimaginable.

You are not difficult…

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Forgiving the Narcissist – Is Your Ego the Culprit?


Really great post, I hope it helps some of my readers. My ego? I left it on the 4.55 ferry from Holyhead.

Originally posted on Let Me Reach with Kim Saeed:


Your Ego

There are several factors at play when choosing to remain in a toxic relationship.  But did you know your ego may be the most prevalent?

In fact, your ego is just as convincing as the Narcissist in your life.  But the difference between your ego and your abusive partner is…your ego doesn’t mean to be cruel.  It’s acting out of fear of abandonment and low self-esteem.

Your ego is the reason you obsess about your partner after they discard you.  It’s the reason you invite the Narc back in after a brief stint of No Contact.  It’s the reason you believe…maybe this time he’ll change.

Your logic and intuition know things will never change with the Narcissist, but we almost always listen to our ego instead.

To give you an idea of how your ego works, here is an example:

Narcissist:  “I didn’t mean those things I…

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