The word ‘no’ triggered him so he blocked me.

What a narcissist.

That didn’t hurt me, that just shocked me to my core though I don’t know what else I expected.

He was the devil that made me shut down my emotions but I am not a victim of his abuse.

He doesn’t deserve that privilege.

I refuse to give him the power of an abuser.

Good things are flowing into my life and I welcome them with open arms.

I am worthy of so much more and I do not deserve the outcomes of a spoiled narcissist who doesn’t know how to hear no.



It’s really anticlimactic being the main character of your own life.

That’s the story.

I am grateful for the downtime that I have though.

Most days, I wake up stressed and sometimes feeling lonely but I can’t control that feeling so I let myself feel whatever my heart desires.

More importantly, I am calm. Calmer than I have been in years.

Accepting and understanding that the universe will work things out for me is what brought me here. Letting go of the control to ‘make things happen’ was holding me back.

The more you push for something, the further away it gets from you. I learned that the hard way.

Whatever it is, it will find it’s way back to you if it’s meant to.





Sometimes I’ll start a sentence, and I don’t even know where it’s going. I just hope I find it along the way — Micheal Scott