It’s not your responsibility –

  • To repair relationships that were one-sided.
  • To be over responsible because the people around you were under responsible.
  • To keep the peace around you while the peace inside of you was erupting.
  • To fulfil roles others created for you.
  • To fix or try to change someone who’s not willing to change themselves.
  • To show someone else how to be in a relationship.
  • To figure it all out without emotional guidance.
  • To perform for love or validation.

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