This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Moonbeam 2 months ago.

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  • #93550
     Moonbeam 
    Participant

    Hi everyone,
    Sorry if I am being a nuisance and posting a lot. But I had another positive this week. I tackled my anxiety about having my first night out since the breakup and I actually had a good time. It was actually quite a relief not to come home to someone questioning every decision that I made and psycho-analysing my anxiety and every move. I felt normal.
    Yeah, I’ll probably still have his voice in my head questioning why I’m wearing “lesbian shoes” (my flat boots) or wearing shapeless clothing. But it’s the stuff I feel comfortable in and that voice can go f**k itself!

  • #93551
     HunkyDory 
    Participant

    Well done you! Glad you had a good night and could relax into it. It’s a great feeling isn’t it! Be happy doing wearing and feeling what YOU want x

  • #93568
     HopeLifeJoy 
    Participant

    Oh please always post positive moments, they are as important if not more than the negative ones. Each step for us is such achievement, to overcome our anxiety demands tremendous effort so well done for going out. It must have felt really good, a relief to come home to peace and quiet, almost unusual I’m sure.
    I had to laugh about the lesbian shoes lol goodness! That’s right he can go f**** himself indeed. You’re deciding what to wear and no-one will ever tell you or make comments about what you should be wearing 💪👢 you go girl! 👍

    • #93722
       Moonbeam 
      Participant

      Haha yeah the lesbian shoes one was ridiculous. If I wore my boots he’d ask me if I was a lesbian. Apparently I was having an affair with my female best mate who was in love with me (total b******s lol). She’s married to a man. He was so insecure it was ridiculous. Always projected onto me and made me anxious.

      So glad he’s out my life.

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