If you have experienced bullying and abuse, you know there is a fine line between being a victim, and being afraid to stand up for yourself.
Now, if you are a child being victimized, when you have no power and no way out, that is one thing. And if you are a disenfranchised person being victimized, that is another way out: you may have children to protect, or you may have no other way to survive at the moment.
However. If you are being bullied in your life, and you have choices that are you aren’t taking: leaving a job, leaving a relationship, ending a friendship, breaking it off with a family member…. you need to look at your own role as a victim.
Sometimes we are victimized and we have no ability to defend ourselves, at the moment. Over time, we will grow up, grow in power, or things will change and we will have that moment, where we can stand up for ourselves and stop being bullied.
Sometimes, we are victimized and we stay as victims, because we are afraid to change. If you are experiencing bullying or abuse in your life right now, take a long hard look at your willingness to stay in victim role.
You can be free, if you desire. It is not easy, but you can do it.
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