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When I entered my relationship I wasn't seeking to be anything other than a loving partner. I became a victim because of his actions, and I refuse to "own" any behavior that caused his abusive behavior.
His delusions are his own.
His cruelty is his own.
His abusive (what on Earth ELSE should they be called) "techniques" are his own.
I didn't seek to join a "movement," or to attain another identity of "victim." As a matter of fact, due to what happened during the course of my relationship I was highly embarrassed I let it go on for so long.
And this article, like others, attempts to again somehow shame me.
This was irresponsible and ill informed.
Know what your partner is reacting to when you argue.
It’s not “meet my needs.”
To get the partner you want to have, be the partner you most want to be.
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