Before You Love Me

Angel Number and Their Meaning

You need to understand that I’m damaged. I get triggered easily. I have struggled with things. There are nights when I’m curled up on a ball on the floor and I won’t talk to anyone. I’ll shut you out. I’m not going to be able to trust you for a while, because everyone has always left, cheated, or chosen someone else. I will need reassurance. I will need you. I will need you to keep choosing me. I’ll need you to care when I text you saying I’m getting bad again. I’m a lot, I know this.

So before you think I’m always happy, that I’ll always be positive, that I’ll always be smiling, know the reality before you get involved. Don’t enter my life if you can’t handle it. Lastly, don’t you dare touch my heart if you aren’t ready for that.

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41 responses to “Before You Love Me”

    • Honesty is the foundation for trust in a relationship, and trust is necessary for a relationship to function and thrive. When you’re always honest with someone, it tells them that they can trust you and the things you say. It helps them know they can believe your promises and commitments.

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  1. This is honest and superbly true. like we think everyone who smiles has all under control but they just smile because its a moment for them to smile. And when you dig deep into them, they are just badly broken and shattered. I’ve been that too.

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  2. This reminds me that I used to say, ‘You knew the job was dangerous before you took it’ when offering someone a job. But it was only market research, not my romantic heart.

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  3. I am absolutely loved this post Empress! Keep it coming My Love! You ARE worth ALL the Love in the World…regardless of feeling like your “a lot”…trust me you are loved sight unseen and all.

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  4. That’s where I was at 23. Then I got adopted by a girl who loved me anyway, and now we’ve been married 55 years. She still laughs at my jokes.
    Would you like a free review copy of “From Depression to Contentment: A self-therapy guide”?

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  5. Honesty is always a good thing. I think a lot of people are damaged in one way or another. But we have to keep trying to heal. A good read! Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  6. WOW, I constantly weigh the emotional tsunami of love against the soul crushing pain of loss. I still pick love. Your post reminds me that love comes with a price. If it is love, the price is well worth paying. Thank you again for reminding me.

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