#GPRepost,#reposter,#notetag @sacredsara via @GPRepostApp ======> @sacredsara:We’ve had this discussion one too many times. When are you going to learn? This is NOT a healthy relationship. Every time you visit her or talk on the phone, you come away feeling used, depleted or attacked, sweetheart. You’re not supposed to feel that way with ANYONE. I don’t care if she’s your mother! She has no right to treat you the way she does. No one deserves to be abused. It’s important to learn from this, darling. See how she behaves without reacting. Watch without judging. And set some boundaries for goodness sake. Say, “I don’t engage with people who try to make me feel bad about myself. I’m happy to interact with you when I feel loved and respected.” She can’t argue with you about how you feel! And if she’s just complaining and talking crap about everyone else like she always does, just ask, “What can I do to help?” She doesn’t want your help. She just wants to make you feel miserable like she does. Or say, “I don’t find it helpful to talk about people who aren’t here with us. I’m happy to talk about something else.” See? You have to draw the line. Don’t tell her what to do; instead, tell her what you’re willing to do. Keep it to yourself, honey, and be prepared to walk out the door or hang up the phone. You deserve to be happy, and you’re just enabling her unhealthy behavior by taking the abuse! I know this is hard, sweetie; she’s your mama. But don’t EVER let anyone suck the life out of you. Not a friend, lover, brother, son, or husband. It’s your life, and you deserve more. Spend time with people who lift you up, and you will be so much happier! I love you, and you can come over here anytime!!! @sacredsara Tag someone who needs this today.

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