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You Are My Property! by Lucie Hanzlickova



This is a strong statement, right? But have you ever felt like you have been someone's property?
Coercive power is a form of Domestic Violence. Some men think they can treat women like property and some women treat men like property.

I don't like to compare women to physical property, but if I am going to play this game: How will the property look like when there is no caring, no respect, no love, no repairs, and no investment in it from the person who owns it?!

What is left from a woman/property then? What will the inner world of this woman look like?

How damaged is her "property" when there is nothing left to take or destroy?

Cracks, empty falling walls, broken glass, holes in the ceiling.... No protection from storms and rain falling from the sky, keeping everything damp and cold.

I usually write in a positive attitude, but I think sometimes it just doesn't hit the nail on the head.

I want you to shake you and wake you up!

If people want to treat other people as their property, I call for them to treat themselves like property, too!

Take care of your property with love and respect, and understand you are the only person who holds ownership.

Paint your walls with bright colors, put lovely curtains on your windows and let in a lot of fresh air. This is your home, appreciate it, protect it, don't give anyone else the keys to your doors.

No one should change the color of your walls without your permission, no one should tell you these curtains have to go down, no one should stop you from opening windows and letting air flow.

If somebody tried to destroy your property, don't let them into your property, again. Imagine yourself as a Phoenix, rising from the flames of it's predecessor.

Rise my beautiful friend, rise!

Love and peace,

Lucie

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Lucie Hanzlickova
Empowerment & Toxic Relationship Coach for Women.

Lucie is a survivor of an abusive relationship and found her purpose in supporting other women on their journey to recovery. Her mission is to help women healing from toxic relationships and taking back control of their life.

She believes that every single woman has power and enormous potential to awake their inner warrior and have the ability to create a life they always wanted.

You can find her on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/lucie.hanzlickova.13

Or join her free support Facebook group for women healing and recovering from toxic relationships:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/802345226963965/?ref=share

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