Quitting In Order to Win

Since he was a little dude, I’ve taught my son not to quit the things he starts. My mother taught me the same thing. In principal, I don’t believe in quitting anything just because you become bored, you lose interest, or it’s no longer the “in” thing to do. After 19 years of being entrapped in a living hell, I’m here to tell you, there are times when it’s okay to quit.

It’s okay to quit being a doormat.
You're not a doormat

It’s okay to quit listening to the belittling, condescending words.
Verbal abuse

It’s okay to quit being his punching bag.
Not his punching bag

It’s okay to quit hiding in shame.

It’s okay to quit believing the horrible things your abuser says about you.

It’s okay to quit.

It’s okay.

Women's LivesNaBloPoMo April 2015


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