When the victim is leaving or has been dumped for the umpteenth time by the narcissist they feel like they can’t go on, won’t survive the pain.
I know I am not alone when I say I felt like I just wanted to die, life was not worth living. I literally had nothing to live for and no hope of ever changing my bleak future.
As my ex had told me, “No man is ever going to want a psycho, paranoid, whining, suicidal bitch like you anyway”
And I don’t share this video in order to make you think your happiness resides in meeting another man and falling in love.
My point in sharing is to say, what seems hopeless, and what feels like the end to you ever being happy again is just one door closing, a door that needed to close in order for you to find your true self and real happiness.
What you think is a perfect fit and what you thought was your future will seem rediculous a few years from now.
So many victims lament that they want to be their “old self”, happy go lucky, niave, innocent, confident, but don’t know how now that they have known true evil.
You can’t go back, nor should you. You wouldn’t have even gotten into that mess, or stayed if there wasn’t something in you that needed fixing.
I believe we should all spend our whole life learning, growing and trying to be our best selves. I don’t think it is a goal we can ever attain.
Anyway, this woman tells a great story I think any divorcing woman can relate to or anyone who can look back to a time they had lost all hope. We never know what the future holds.