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Redefining Love?

I wanted to share something really personal with you all today. It’s about my journey of coming out of a toxic relationship. It’s been a tough ride, but I’ve learned so much about myself along the way.

You know, sometimes we find ourselves in relationships that aren’t good for us. Maybe we don’t realize it at first, or maybe we’re just hoping things will get better. But eventually, we have to face the truth and make a change.

For me, coming to terms with the fact that my relationship was toxic was really hard. I kept making excuses for my partner’s behavior, and I ignored the signs that things weren’t right. But deep down, I knew I wasn’t happy.

The turning point came when I realized that I deserved better. I deserve to be with someone who respects me, supports me, and treats me with kindness. And so, I made the decision to end things.

Letting go was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. I had to grieve the loss of the relationship, even though I knew it wasn’t healthy for me. But with time, I started to feel lighter. I started to rediscover who I am outside of that toxic dynamic.

I focused on taking care of myself – mentally, physically, and emotionally. I surrounded myself with supportive friends and family who lifted me up and reminded me of my worth. And little by little, I started to heal.

It hasn’t been easy, and there are still days when I miss the familiarity of my old relationship. But I know that I made the right choice for myself. I’m no longer willing to settle for anything less than I deserve.

Coming out of a toxic relationship has taught me so much about love, self-respect, and resilience. It’s shown me that I’m stronger than I thought, and that I have the power to create the kind of life I want for myself.

So, if you’re going through something similar, know that you’re not alone. It’s okay to put yourself first and walk away from a toxic situation. You deserve to be happy, and you have the strength within you to make it happen.

Remember to always prioritize your own well-being, because you are worthy of love and happiness.


Rawaani Bhatt


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