He Loves Me; He Loves Me Not

When you love someone, you protect them from pain. You don’t become the cause of it.”

You were right to want the person you loved to care for you, and protect you from harm.

That is the very essence of love.

You trust them because you think they are trustworthy.

You think they are safe.

You think you matter to them.

You think your well-being matters to them.

Your happiness.

Your emotional, mental and physical health.

You think they care about you in the same way you care about them.

Real genuine love is gentle and kind.

It is loyal.




It doesn’t injure.

It doesn’t destroy.

It doesn’t gaslight.

It doesn’t deceive.

So weep for yourself, and weep for your wounds

And weep for the trust that was trashed and betrayed.

Let the grief you express be the start of your healing.

This is the way you must love yourself.

You must deeply and tenderly love yourself.

11 thoughts on “He Loves Me; He Loves Me Not

    • Thanks so much for the encouraging comment. I really appreciate it. Thanks, too, for the nomination. I actually answered some similar questions for an award recently so I’ll pass this time. However, if I hadn’t already done that I would definitely have accepted your nomination. It means a lot to me and I feel honoured that you considered this blog 🙂 Have a wonderful week.

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  1. Precise, unfortunately, these words will hit the heart like a bolt of lightning. Master says ” oneness is enough” Master is always right. I will have Master read these words, he will chuckle, and “One” will say ~ Thank you, Master I will be the ” The Oneness.” Forever eternally. Buddha teaches us the walk-in one pair of shoes, no attachment with nothingness, oh to be a Buddist Nun. Life is so easy after all. Shalom 🌟🌟

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