I think it’s important for me to keep writing because I know there are people reading my blog. I see the stats and I am honored that you take the time to read my journey. I started writing before the #metoo movement which suddenly thrust all types of women into the lead stories on the national news. No one is immune to crappy relationships and no one is ever deserving of an abusive relationship. Relationships come in all shapes and sizes. It’s not just with significant others, it’s a collective of people who cross our path in this crazy walk of life. I am only going to write on my relationships with men. That’s why I am here. We weave in and out of all types of relationships throughout a lifetime, but it’s important to define where we have to draw the line and push back. I applaud so many brave women. I know there are men out there who have also been in crappy relationships. It does go both ways. I cannot write on that topic because I am obviously a female. I am sorry for anyone that has an experience that challenges them in finding trust in new relationships or even self destructs a relationship because they feel they aren’t deserving enough, or they literally pick apart their partner and look to blame anyone but themselves. At some point we have to take ownership of our behavior. It doesn’t mean that someone else is excused from treating you poorly. You just have to start questioning why it keeps happening. What is your personal issue? I am not going to analyze anyone because I am not certified to do that but I do have common sense and I have become that woman that finally said “Enough! I deserve better.” So do you! I have shared my wisdom with my children and I think they turned out pretty great.
So why not step into the next chapter of my life and share more of what made me stronger than I’ve ever been? The blog is titled “A Voice for Women” for a reason. I will be launching shortly.
Thank you for being here. Counting down…10, 9, 8, 7, 6…..