Phakyab Rinpoche wrote:I understood then how important it is to put our sufferings into perspective, to not lock oneself in a painful past that indefinitely extends the ordeal. When that happens, we become our own torturer.
Hayley Rose wrote:People living in victim mode tend to internalize unfortunate events and disappointments that are commonplace for everybody. To them, it seems that everyone else has it easier. This is not true. Victims of victim mentality have the illusion that they are constantly under attack from the universe, but only because of the way they choose to digest the things life throws them.
Nancy Coller wrote:-Take ownership and responsibility for [one's] own needs and wants...
-Practice saying "No."
Stacy Witscher wrote:In my experience, those that wallow in victimhood are rarely extremely victimized. But many traumatized people have developed coping skills that at the time allowed them to survive, but are no longer working or needed. It is difficult to leave these things behind.
You ought to ventilate your mind and let the cobwebs out of it. Use this cup to catch the tiny ads:
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