Divorced/Separated (Crumzy) Situation

Crumz DivorcedFeeling “Crumzy” is the state when you find yourself in an emotionally hurtful/painful situation and you don’t know how you got there. He moved on without you and you don’t know why or what happened. You’re asking yourself “what went wrong?”, “what did I do?”. Many women find it hard to move on from a past relationship because they are still holding on to the memory of someone who was not meant for them. A lot of women try to snack on the left over Crumz because they remember how sweet the cake used to be. But ladies, if you aren?t the Cake, then being the Crumz won?t cut it. Have you ever seen a cake recipe with ingredients flour, water and Crumz? No!┬áHaving self-esteem is not just about evaluating how you see yourself. It is also about understanding the behavior of those around you who are struggling with liking themselves and, how they unknowingly make you feel bad because they don’t know how to handle their issues so they end up projecting that energy on you. If you are hanging out with a person that turns your positive energy and enthusiasm into negative emotions, you have to learn how to see it for what it really is. They are only deflecting guilt and blame on you which in turn, causes you to feel bad about yourself for no reason!

That is why it is important to set healthy boundaries with people so they won’t affect your heart and emotions. There’s an old saying “feed ’em from a long handled spoon”. Start establishing boundaries so you can distance yourself from people who exhibit negative energy. Sometimes you have to start with the people closest to you called “family”. Once you learn how to set boundaries with your immediate family, you will then feel empowered to set boundaries with others. So learn to move on by takng the Cake Chronicles 80/20 Challenge and get the Memo on establishing boundaries, limits and learning how to love yourself and what that means!

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