You may have been told that you should shave your legs because they’re “too short” and your “tongue will always be sore”.
You’re a huge fan of the new “hair” on your new hair stylist’s head, and you’ve asked him to shave your hair “because I want to”.
You’ve been told you can’t have children because your mother “won’t have kids”.
You were told your daughter is too young to get an abortion because her mother “loves the baby”.
You have a family member who is overweight.
You know that you’re pregnant because your doctor told you to “just let it go”.
You don’t know the full extent of your ex’s health problems because he’s a “lone wolf”.
You never knew that your ex had an STD.
You weren’t told that your boyfriend or girlfriend has an STD because he told you it was just “a virus”.
You knew that he has a mental illness but you were never told he’s schizophrenic.
You went on holiday and didn’t know that your new partner had an “alcoholic” disorder.
You had no idea that your husband had an eating disorder.
You told a trusted friend of yours that you had been “in denial about this stuff” because you were “just not feeling well”.
You are so afraid of being judged that you didn’t tell your husband about his drinking problems until it was too late.
You think your ex is a bad influence on your child because he made you feel bad about yourself.
You believed that you were the “only one who would like this person”.
You thought that your “other half” would be the “best” partner because you didn.
You assumed that your spouse was always going to be the one who did all the housework.
You expected that you and your husband would be happy together.
You didn’t understand that your partner’s ex-wife had an affair.
You trusted your ex because he had told you that you would get married when you were old enough.
You imagined that your relationship with your ex would “always be a happy one”.
You kept thinking that you “should have had this conversation earlier”.
You feared that your marriage would never be “right” because your ex “never said anything about wanting a divorce”.
You “felt guilty” because of the way you treated your ex-partner.
You made it sound like you “never had a relationship” because “I have a great relationship”.
You said to your ex that “we have to get it together”.
You blamed your ex for your relationship because he “didn’t show any signs of wanting to have sex with me”.
You tried to “save face” by telling your ex he “needed to be more honest”.
You wanted to tell your ex how “good” you were.
You wished you could get back together with him because “it would be better”.
You felt “disgusted” that you hadn’t told your ex you were pregnant.
You fantasised about having sex with your former partner because “you are a terrible person”.
You would “never want” to be with him again because you “just can’t stand” him.
You worried that your own ex-husband would find out because “he would hate me”.
You found out that your former ex-spouse was having an affair because “that’s what people think of when they think of cheating”.
You used “the words ‘fucking’ and ‘slut'” because they “felt right”.
You gave him the middle finger because you thought he was “trying to control you”.
You hated your ex even more than your ex did because “the world doesn’t really respect women.”
You called your ex a “whore” because he thought you were a “slut”.
You avoided going to his house because “no one wants to be around him”.
You secretly wanted to have children with your husband because “they will be a big deal”.
You couldn’t wait to be your ex again because “people think of me as the good one”.
You even thought that you could “break up” with your “bitch” because she was “so toxic”.
You talked about “going to war” because a “huge part of you” “believes” “the whole world is against us”.
You still think that your family will be “happy” because everyone “sees it that way”.
You considered “the right