Someone has hurt me, yes, but what do I say…?

If you’re not scared to show your vulnerability on your emotions and then follow it up with your boundaries… it usually ends up as the truth and what you actually wanted to say. 

There’s no use playing games with words which end up conveying something that isn’t really the true you.

There is absolutely nothing wrong in saying how you feel as long as you follow it up with what you’ll put up with. There’s no need to shout, its far more powerful to say, just say what you think, everything what you feel, not just the soft bits, not just the tough bits… but everything…if its the truth. You can’t expect someone to get to know you if you are not telling them who you are… not telling them who they are with.


About Liverpool Therapies

Qualified Psychotherapeutic counsellor. Transactional Analysis/ Integrative Psychotherapy/CBT
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