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You nailed it Chelsea

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in response to reader comment: you definately need to disappear

Submitted by Keira (Australia), Aug 24, 2019 at 00:36

Lou, Chelsie cannot speak this clearer and better. You can think that as long as you have him located, all will be fine. But it is a false sense of safety only. He is the one who has control over you.

No contact is hard. But from my experience I can assure you it is by far worse to hear their sweet talking and get trapped into their web again. Only to be hit, my dear :(. Because it is what they do. Nothing else.

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