Practical. Profitable. And it NEVER "hits" who you're aiming at. It really IS a waste of your time and energy.
Regardless of the abuse you have had in your life, you should try and focus on being grateful you're
still here, for one.
Am NOT saying that legal action shouldn't be taken on a perpetrator, either. Always do what you can/need to do - your safety IS paramount.
I, personally, am a firm believer in "what goes
around, comes around"; and "payback" isn't part of my "toolkit".
I, also, think this is for more "down the road", when you are abke to move on from your abuse, and actually able to process what happened. You, and only you, will know
when it's time.
Until then, do what you need to get through each day.
Have a good day, and be safe... #oneinfour #ithappenstomentoo #dviseverywhere #domesticviolence
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