Baggage Claim: How to Let Go – JetMag.com


Once upon a time there was a boy named John. John had stars in his eyes. Then life changed.

You see, John didn’t recognize it, but in an unfair right to passage, John’s father trained his son to be just like him.

Every time he emerged on the scene, he made sure to deposit his masochist thoughts into his young, malleable son’s mind. He intentionally taught John to degrade women via the blatant disrespect he showed his mother. He impressed upon his son the importance of, “keeping b*tches in rotation,” and he only seemed to gleam with pride when his son was acting out.

Praised for showing aggressive emotions like anger and hostility, John instinctively made women the casket for his rage. With ease, slur words of hatred escaped his lips and he never thought twice about the venom he injected his women with. He often used the word “Sorry” to con his way back into hearts he left in ruins.

John is now an abuser.

This post is a must read for men and women. Check it out in it’s entirety @ JetMag. –>Baggage Claim: How to Let Go – JetMag.com

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Author: Geo Gee

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