Six Word Story

She ran but he caught up.

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Kristina Gallo

Before I start this post I just want to encourage you guys to check out Kristina’s work:

Her blog: https://kristinagallo.wordpress.com/

Her books: https://kristinagallo.wordpress.com/

As you guys know I’m always happy to support fellow bloggers when they have books out or are doing anything awesome and it turns out Kristina has a new book out that I read last week!

Kristina is a Croatian blogger and indie author who’s writing is mainly about psychology, sociology, human relations and society. She has not only a very thought provoking blog but an interesting new book out! Her latest book is also incredible thought provoking and is about a women trapped in an abusive relationship. It is incredibly realistic and no it’s not your usual guy meets girl story but I would highly recommend it because it gives a great insight into abusive relationships. If this is something you would be interested in reading about I would definitely recommend this book!

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Hurt Me

You pushed me

And I fell to the floor

And you held me in your arms as I cried

And you promised “never again”

And I believed you

And then you slapped me

And you promised “never again”

And I believed you

And then you kicked me

And said it was my fault

And I believed you

And then you broke my arm

And said that I provoked you

And I believed you

And then you said you were going to kill me

And I believed you

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This poem is about what it feels like to be trapped in the cycle of an abusive relationship. It does not get better- it just gets worse. To anyone reading this who is in such a relationship you need to leave right away- it is not worth it. No matter what you look or feel like, you are worth so much more and deserve to be in a happy and stable relationship. Abusive relationships are unhealthy and can cause severe physical and mental damage to those involved.

“Evil comes from the abuse of free will” – C. S. Lewis