The Ways A Woman’s Spirit Shatters When She Feels Unappreciated
For a woman’s spirit to be whole she needs to not only pay attention to her own behavior but the way that others treat her. While she can’t control other’s thoughts and feelings, she should acknowledge how they influence her own. Some of the people who claim that they love us the most can turn out to be the people that hurt us the most.
A woman will start to feel unappreciated when her needs aren’t being met, when she gives more than she receives, and when her efforts are taken for granted. She might just do it anyway, not realizing the harm the unappreciation is causing to her spirit. Here’s the psychology of what will happen to her spirit.
She’ll Question Her Own Worth
An unappreciated woman will often ask herself “why am I not enough?” She gives and she gives but doesn’t understand why it’s not reciprocated. This woman is taken advantage of. You assume that she’ll simply keep on giving. Her efforts are not acknowledged.
She’ll wonder what the point even is in all the effort she’s putting in. She’ll start to take it personally and wonder if she’s missing something. She’ll internalize that she’s the one lacking in some way and that no matter what she does, she’ll ever be able to give you what you need.
She’ll Resent The World
When a woman is unappreciated, she gets angry at the world. She’ll get frustrated at the little recognition that she gets. She won’t want to bother trying anymore. She’ll lose her light and that sparkle in her eye that once made her believe that she could do anything.
When she feels unappreciated by her man, she will start to resent him. She’ll start to pick up on the ways he is neglecting her. Eventually she’ll have had enough, and she will leave.
She’ll Feel Unloved
When a woman feels unappreciated, she feels unloved. She basically feels invisible. Even though she is breaking while putting in all her effort to make someone else happy, she feels unseen.
It’s not that she needs constant attention, but a simple “thank you” can show her that she’s noticed, and that she’s not taken for granted. Yet there she is burning out, trying to give more and more till it can finally be enough, and none of it seems enough to have her be loved.
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She’ll Start Overthinking Every Word And Action
An unappreciated woman can’t help but feel like she’s doing something wrong or that something is wrong with her. She’ll drive herself crazy wondering what it could be. She’ll overthink everything you say and do, trying to dissect it and find the reason why she doesn’t deserve your appreciation.
She will dwell and feel overwhelmed by her anxiety. Yet, she has no way of breaking the cycle, because she never receives the validation she deserves.
But Then She’ll See The Truth
Then one day, everything changes for the unappreciated woman. She will look in the mirror and take off the rose-colored glasses. She’ll see that it was never her that was the problem. She was always more than enough. It was you that was blind to her worth and it’s you who is going to miss her when she’s gone.
She’ll finally see the truth and all the ways you failed to appreciate her. She won’t want to give you more, and she’ll save her efforts to finally make herself feel appreciate. It’s only when she’s already gone and impossible to bring back that you’ll realize how you couldn’t appreciate the best thing that ever happened to you.
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