Self care is not arguing with people who are committed to misunderstanding you

Self care is also not arguing with people who are committed to misunderstanding you 💜

I’m all for healthy conversations where people get to share their feelings and they get to say what’s on their heart.

I’m not down with talking to someone who wants to argue with me. I’m not ok with getting into a debate with you about what I’m feeling or what I’m going through.

The truth is you only know whatever it is I want you to know. You will only hear what I pick and choose to share with you.

I used to argue with people because I wanted them to understand me and to truly get where I was coming from, but now I don’t have the energy to fight anymore.

I don’t even want to explain myself. I tried and I tried and those of you who love me and see me already know the truth.

Those of you who are close to me and know my heart already know my struggles and you choose to still love me.

And for those of you who think you know me and know my story your just going to have to buy my book to figure the rest out.

I know what’s worth fighting for and I also know when it’s time to let go💜

Once upon a time I had the marriage of my dreams 🧚🏻‍♂️ 💜


4 thoughts on “Self care is not arguing with people who are committed to misunderstanding you

  1. Yes, I’d like to buy your book … where is it?

    I’m sorry, did Judas really fail? Jesus gave him permission. Maybe Judas was the trigger that Jesus used to revealed the nature of this world… and the schism that exists to His.

    Hmmm … you left out “Best friends” … that could be key, also. Judas did seem to be on his own, as represented in the Bible.

    My kind can go many ways, and that is the way of the human mind … swayed so easily. Thus, the importance of our grasp of Christ and His ways, His love, His forgiveness, His understanding of us humans … His grace.

    Have a blessed day Tavia … friend 😊

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