How Much Do You Value Your Life?

You may have remained quiet when he cursed you, avoided a confrontation that may have become quit physical, got swept in the argument and called him every name under the sun, or chose to live a life where you avoid him as much as possible.  My question to you is, "How much do you value your life?"

No one is required to "stick it out" with someone who obviously doesn't like you, places blame, or acts disrespectfully toward you, even the God of the Holy Bible isn't going to put no more burdens on you than you can bear.  You do have options.  You can save your money and find a place to live away from the discord.  You can live with a roommate.  You can move into separate rooms.  You can stay so busy that you are often not at home.  But whatever you do, realize your worth!

When you don't care much about yourself, who will?  When you choose to accept someone's frequent misconduct as "okay...he was just having a hard day...things happen,"  what message are you communicating to him, to yourself, and those witnessing your partner's emotional and/or physical outbursts?

We all have our share of challenges, some more than others, but one must put frustrations in proper perspective.  A loved one who is standing by a partner's side in good times and bad times is not going to keep putting up with one's insanity.  Sooner or later he or she is going to look in the mirror and say, "I don't need to be with this person who often insults me and I will not keep putting up with this sort of behavior."

Whether you are the one who is at fault, your partner or both, consider doing what is right in the best interest of all, check how much you value your self.  It is through this self-examination, you will discover that you don't have to deal with anything that demeans your worth.

Nicholl McGuire

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God didn't put you with an abusive mate. Your flesh did.

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