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What if I want to get back at him?

Answer from our relationship trained AI Couple Coach:

Updated: 

March 27, 2024

Seeking revenge or retaliation against someone who has wronged you is a natural and understandable impulse, but it's essential to recognize that acting out of anger or vindictiveness rarely leads to positive outcomes and can perpetuate a cycle of hurt and resentment. Instead of focusing on getting back at him, consider focusing on your own healing, growth, and well-being. Take time to process your emotions and reflect on the underlying reasons for your desire for revenge. Are you feeling hurt, betrayed, or invalidated by his actions? Are you seeking validation, closure, or justice for the pain he has caused you? By understanding your motivations and needs, you can develop healthier and more constructive ways of addressing your feelings and seeking resolution. Consider seeking support from a therapist, counselor, or trusted friend who can offer empathy, perspective, and guidance as you navigate your emotions and decisions. Remember that forgiveness, compassion, and self-care are powerful tools for healing and moving forward, and prioritizing your own well-being and happiness is essential in any situation.

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