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Your core wounds made you do it.

Core wounds are deep-seated emotional injuries that stem from past experiences. They can leave lasting scars that can affect your relationships with others. Here are some ways in which core wounds can impact your relationships:

  • Trust issues: If you have been betrayed or let down in the past, it can be difficult to trust others. This can lead to a lack of intimacy and emotional distance in your relationships.

  • Abandonment issues: If you have experienced abandonment in the past, it can be difficult to form close attachments with others. You may fear being left behind or rejected, which can make it hard to open up and be vulnerable.

  • Communication problems: Core wounds can affect your ability to communicate effectively with others. You may struggle to express your emotions or needs, which can lead to misunderstandings and conflicts.

  • Codependency: If you have a core wound related to feeling unworthy or unlovable, you may seek validation and approval from others. This can lead to unhealthy codependent relationships where you sacrifice your own needs and boundaries for the sake of pleasing others.

Understanding your core wounds and how they impact your relationships is the first step in healing and cultivating healthier connections with others. It takes time and effort to work through these issues, but with the right support and resources, it is possible to break free from the patterns that have been holding you back. I am always here to help.

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