Don’t Make Yourself Miserable To Make Someone Happy

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As I gain more experience as a therapist and recover from my own trauma and abusive relationships this is the piece of advice I give the most nowadays. It is also the advice that I wish I had taken more during my adolescence, 20s, and 30s. Many times when I was short on money, exhausted, or extremely anxious and uncomfortable I would ask myself, “Why am I doing this if I am so miserable and don’t want

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