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You Can't Heal Someone Who Has Abused You

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Abusive relationships involve an incredible amount of responsibility projected onto the victim. You become so intertwined in your abuser's pain and past you feel like it's your job to fix them and heal them . But. You can't heal your abuser and continuing to try is only betraying your own healing.

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