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Isn't it sad when you get hurt so much that you can finally say "I'm used to it"

Isn't it sad when you get hurt so much that you can finally say

Isn't it sad when you get hurt so much that you can finally say "I'm used to it"

Hurtful words have a way of cutting deep, leaving scars that may never fully heal. When someone repeatedly uses hurtful words against you, it can feel like a never-ending cycle of pain and disappointment. Over time, you may become desensitized to the hurt, to the point where you can finally say, "I'm used to it."

It's a sad reality when you reach a point where hurtful words no longer faze you. It's a sign that you have been through so much pain and emotional turmoil that you have built up a defense mechanism to protect yourself from further harm. You may have learned to numb yourself to the hurt, to put up walls to shield yourself from the verbal attacks that come your way.

But just because you have become accustomed to the pain doesn't mean it's okay. It's not healthy or normal to constantly be subjected to hurtful words. It can have a detrimental impact on your mental and emotional well-being, leading to feelings of worthlessness, self-doubt, and low self-esteem.

When you reach a point where you can say, "I'm used to it," it's a clear indication that something needs to change. You deserve to be treated with respect and kindness, not with hurtful words that chip away at your self-worth. It's important to recognize when enough is enough and to take steps to protect yourself from further harm.

Seeking support from friends, family, or a therapist can help you navigate through the pain and heal from the wounds inflicted by hurtful words. It's important to remember that you are not alone and that there are people who care about you and want to see you happy and healthy.
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