Bread, fight

me too. and I need to stop it. there is enough. Give us this day, our daily bread.

“We don’t have to take rejection as a reflection of our self-worth. If somebody who is important (or even someone unimportant) to you rejects you or your choices, you are still real, and you are still worth every bit as much as you would be if you had not been rejected. Feel any feelings that go with rejection; talk about your thoughts; but don’t forfeit your self-esteem to another’s disapproval or rejection of who you are or what you have done. Even if the most important person in your world rejects you, you are still real, and you are still okay. If you have done something inappropriate or you need to solve a problem or change a behavior, then take appropriate steps to take care of yourself. But don’t reject yourself, and don’t give so much power to other people’s rejection of you. It isn’t necessary”
Melody Beattie, Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself

 

“I saw people who were hostile; they had felt so much hurt that hostility was their only defense against being crushed again.”
Melody Beattie, Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself

 

Demons be gone

 

 

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