Hallmark actress filed for divorce from Mike Cousin in April
Jan Kramer opened up about her abusive relationship in the past in a crude social media post on Monday.
The Hallmark actress, 37, wrote a lengthy post for her 2 million Instagram followers, in which she candidly discussed her journey to healing after receiving threats and instances of gaslighting from past partners.
Kramer’s post Two powerful images of himself holding up pieces of paper with messages were displayed. The first shows the country singer looking sad as she looks at a message that reads “I’m broken and I’m not good enough”. In the second photo, Kramer delivers a smile to the camera along with another handwritten message that says, “I’m not broken, I’m enough.”
He then opened up about conquering the “voice” in his head.
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“I have been mentally, physically and emotionally abused in a previous relationship. I allowed certain behaviors to continue because I really believed the negative voices in my head that spoke to me,” her post began. it occurs.
She then shares quotes that seem to have been things she’s said to her in the past like “No one wants you,” “You’re the problem,” and “I’m going to kill you.” The fourth reads, “I barely pushed you, don’t be so dramatic.” Kramer also implied that she had previously been told, “You hurt easily, I hardly touched you, you’re crazy.”
Another quote she shares is, “If you had worn something sexier I would have slept with you.” Kramer revealed that these negative statements sent the message to him that he was not “enough” and that “I am not worthy of love.”
The single mother of two then realized how past abusive relationships had inhibited the realization of her positive qualities.
Jana Kramer and Jay Cutler photographed together for the first time during a night out
“Over the years I’ve repeated the pattern, falling into the trap of believing those voices, because of my desire to hurt myself and hurt others, to be enough. And I fall for the same abuse in a relationship. I’m gone because it’s what I thought I deserved. My therapy… Your therapy… Our therapy is to stop those negative voices,” Kramer said.
“Now is the time to grow, learn, heal and love yourself. We are enough. You are enough. I am enough,” she continued.
The singer then began telling her followers herself afterward with the hashtag #voicesinmyhead to share her stories of negative self-talk and positive reinforcement. “Let’s choose to believe in positive voices,” she concluded in the post.
Kramer’s statements come months after she filed for divorce from her ex, Mike Cousin. She cited “adultery” and “improper marital conduct” to end their six-year marriage.
The Exiles have two children: son Jess, 2, and daughter, Jolie, 5,
Meanwhile, with Kramer’s recent outing Kristin CavallariEx, Jay Cutler has fueled dating rumours. Just last week, she opened up about an awkward run-in when she and Cutler ran into Cousin during the night.
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