I don’t want to be ‘that woman’

I don’t want to be the woman who forgives a man that treats her like shit time, and time again.


4 thoughts on “I don’t want to be ‘that woman’

  1. I so know how you feel. I’ve told everyone close to me that I’m done this is over. I know in my mind it’s what’s best for me and my children, but it’s so hard to do it. Now I feel I am being held accountable by all the people that want the best from me. When I look at him and I want the good times and good things back I remember what he’s put me through and how I’ve been treated and all the people will think of me as “that woman” who’s not strong enough or smart enough to walk away from a person that doesn’t value them like they should. No matter what I know they’ll all still love me but I don’t want to disappoint them and I don’t want to live on the roller coaster anymore.

    I don’t know if rambling about my situation helps but I feel like we’re in a vaguely similar boat and I’m so pulling for you to find your happiness, to get off your roller coaster. Whatever that may mean for you.

  2. I haven’t followed you that long, but it sure does sound like you need to get out of this marriage. There is only so much you can do about someone else’s addiction. After that, it takes the person with the problem wanting to change.

  3. I was that woman…. I was that woman who forgave over and over again and let a guy treat her like trash. It made me into someone i wasnt and every day i thank God that i was strong enough to walk away from the only man who i ever loved yet who obviously didnt love me back. He wanted to own me, not love me.
    Dont ever be that woman. ever.

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