Would you tell your story? “There are no Others” by Kyle Hoobin

Pixabay: Bessi

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Remember: Misery doesn’t just love company, it need something it.

You would not be able to struggle (well, at least not very easily) if you realized that there was nobody there to complain to about it.

If there was nobody there to hear your story, would you still tell it?

Struggle makes absolutely no sense if it’s just you.

If it’s just you, then struggling with something becomes impractical, non-productive.

If it’s just you, struggle is pointless.

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My two cents: Seems everyone has a story, some have a narrative explaining their victimhood.

Childhood trauma impacts adulthood, usually we remain a victim, mirror our abusers behavior or become the opposite.

Can we be happy without a storyline?

Can we just be?

Abuse happened to me, it definitely is not who I am!

Happy or sad, I refuse to feel sorry for myself, make excuses or be a victim.

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