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Identity, Important, Relational Abuse

Two things about stories, and when to share them.

“…poor boundaries, making myself vulnerable to someone who is not safe. who is not capable of holding my story in their hands and seeing the gift, the importance, the weight of it. This was a person who didn’t want to know me; they wanted to change me.”

“Grace is saving my story, my me-ness, for when they are ready to listen, to hear. Grace is understanding […] that person may never be ready to listen at all […]Grace is my knowing I am whole anyway, and resting in the love of the One Who made me so.”

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About Mere Dreamer

I verbalize my witness of the nightmare of abuse permeating culture, and though I'm a mere dreamer, I choose to highlight hope.

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