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A SCARS|RSN™ Guest Editorial By

The following is a Guest Editorial by Jackie Corbett – a leading Anti-Scam Victims Advocate, SCARS Board Member, and Scam Survivor. Jackie plays a leading role in directly helping scam victims to , and is both an Advisor and Board Member of the Society of Citizens Against Relationship Scams Inc.

It’s Ok To Quit Struggling

You do know that It does not dishonor your suffering or diminish the you are going through in order to get better.

Lot’s of people believe that if they don’t continue to suffer or if they are able to leave it behind, it insults what they went through. It’s especially true when you’ve spent such a long time concentrating [on it] and making a real effort on your recovery.

When your struggle and is something you’ve thought about every day, maybe for months and in some cases, for years – to ask someone to give it up seems like asking them to admit that their struggle and suffering wasn’t such a big deal after all.

How can it be a big deal if you were able to give it up, right?

Your suffering was and is a big deal.

Moving past all that pain and suffering doesn’t make it any less of a big deal. It doesn’t discredit what you’ve been through to leave its effects in the past. It does not mean your trauma wasn’t horrendous and bad.

We do not have to pay homage to our struggle and suffering for the rest of our lives.

The best way we can honor the time, energy, and effort we put into our struggles is to come out on top.

Jackie Corbett

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