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Your Pain is My Pain

Paula Scotter

"This represents dysfunction patterns in relationships. Often carried from early childhood experience. It is the expectation that if you put someone else's needs before your own somehow this will make yourself happy. If you allow yourself to be badly treated and have little boundaries then wonder why you feel so hurt and alone. It's letting your feelings build up and up until one day you realise and run away. Away from the relationship, the pain and ill treatment. The pattern repeats until you say no more and move forward into self awareness, self love and healing. (Therapy was my route for this). Victim no more."

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