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  1. Kimberly October 31, 2007 9:29 am

    Yeah, seems this applicant has recognized that she doesn’t have to remain in a violent, abusive situation so GOOD FOR HER! However, I concur with everything in your blog and she needs to recognize why she finds herself in these situations. Hopefully she will break her “past programming” and learn to make better choices for herself to attract healthy, loving relationships.

    I also want to add that while a partner or a friend may not be physically abusive DOES NOT MEAN THEY AREN’T AN ABUSER. The flags are there if you are aware of other types of abuse that usually escalates to physical abuse. I think this is where so many people fail to realize that they are INDEED involved with an abusive partner or friend. So very sad.
    Just recently, I had to walk away from a friendship because turns out my “friend” is INDEED abusive and she hid it well. Honestly, I don’t think many abusers and their victims realize what is going on because their behavior is learned in childhood and then they attract the same situations in adulthood. It takes a strong-willed and free-thinking individual to break that old programming and realize that any form of abuse is unacceptable and WRONG.

  2. Al November 1, 2007 8:30 pm

    Nice post! I read your site fairly frequently and enjoy the viewpoints espoused.

    Abuse is rampant on this planet and it takes many forms. I read Kimberly’s comments and she is spot-on about the past programming. It frequently requires a bit of processing to resolve the “past programming” issues and until they are resolved, a person will tend to attract abusers. Or become one.

    It’s an energy thing (or frequency or vibrational… however you wish to describe it) and will persist until it is resolved. Taking responsibility for the condition is a big part of it, but one has to know what they are actually being responsible for in order for it to be truly fixed. The truth needs to be uncovered.

    Well, I could go on and on about this as it is something I work with, but I won’t.

    I do enjoy your site and have aspirations of someday becoming a Heartless Bitch (as opposed to just a Sexy Bitch).

    Al

  3. MisTre November 6, 2007 6:28 pm

    BRAVO and well said!

    Being angry and obnoxious (or whiny and weak) is often two sides of the same coin: not taking full responsibility for one’s own life and the consequences of our choices. Just because a woman becomes opening hostile doesn’t mean she is in control; even babies get irate!

    Being angry all the time is often an expression of resentment, and resentment implies blame of others, and blame of others is an admission of personal powerlessness. No thanks!

    The only freedom and joy I have found in this life began the very moment I realized that nothing was anyone’s “fault” but my own, no matter what, no matter when, because I was the person making the decisions. After realizing that little factoid, life became extremely simple, uncluttered, unburdened by guilt, and immensely challenging and enjoyable because I began to make choices to create that life for myself.

    There is no prince charming. But none of us are helpless princesses caught in a dragon’s lair, either!