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When I was growing up, my family sort of related to the “CEO” (Christmas and Easter Only) type. I knew about the church, and I knew there was such a thing as having a relationship with Jesus, but I never really knew the extent of it.
For 10 years of my life I was married to a narcissist alcoholic.
The saying “stick and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me” is the most untruthful saying I have ever heard.
After every argument, I would be thinking, hoping and praying that one day, he will realize how much he hurt me over the years and that he would apologize. But I knew that would never happen. Until one day, I’m in my room and my dad knocks on my door and comes in.