“Some people are truly great manipulators. They can lie, cheat, treat you badly and somehow manage to make it all seem like your fault.

Don’t fall for it, that is just what they do.”

– Higher perspective’s Facebook page

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And if you do fall for it, it’s okay. You are human. Be easy on yourself. If you keep falling for it all the time, you may want to ask yourself “how much do I love myself?”

Love yourself so that you find the strength to walk away (temporarily or permanently) from relationships which you do not like in order to feel better. If you feel that you cannot walk away, then loving yourself will help you in redirecting or refocusing your thoughts in such a way which provide relief to you. As you think thoughts which make it easy for you to feel relief predominantly and consistently, you will allow the law of attraction to match you up with people who make you feel even better and those in your lives who are not a match to your new and improved vibration on this topic will either change (to become a match) or leave your life (if they cannot change). If you are ready, you may want to give loving yourself a shot. It’s what Louise Hay calls a “miracle cure”.


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