Do you find yourself doing any of the following?
1. Worried much about things like: whether he is telling you the truth or not, seeing someone else, or doing something he knows you don't like. He is often quiet, beating around the bush when you confront him, ignores you, argues, or jokes.
2. Looking through his things while your stomach and head aches. You are concerned about what more you might find.
3. Thinking far too much about what he does when you aren't around him. You hope to catch him in yet another lie. But if you do, what would you do about it? Most likely, nothing but argue.
4. Talk too frequently about the things he says and does to you: good, bad and otherwise to others. Do they really care? Be sure you choose the people in your network that will actually do something to help.
5. Lose sleep, appetite, money, time, and other things because you care too much about what he thinks or doesn't think of you.
6. You wish evil on him when he wrongs you and contemplate much on how you can get even for the pain he has caused you. You will want to create an exit strategy pronto, before you do something that he or you might later regret!
Welcome to the insane world of the many victims who have spent many months thinking, planning, worrying, and talking about someone they wish they never met. Some are pregnant by the men they don't trust. Others have made major purchases with them they wish they hadn't. Then there are those who met these men when they were down and out and now they are beginning to see the light. Is it worth staying my friend? Is it?
Nicholl McGuire shares spiritual wisdom on YouTube channel: nmenterprise7.