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Can I offer some words of advice? No matter how difficult th

Can I offer some words of advice? No matter how difficult things seem... try to not take it out on others. The smallest things can effect those who are sensitive like me. My day could be going ok and then I'm faced with the simple chore of going to the gourcery store, my daughters school or anywhere in public. I am bombered with nasty glares, sad faces and rudeness. Stop treating others this way just because you feel gross inside. I try so hard to put on a smile, be polite and be an agape love type of person..No one has any clue what extreme strength it requires for me to do this. The complexity if my mind would require a novel to explain. Yet, hate is spewed. No, they don't know me and perhaps its subconscince behavior caused by their own pain and suffering. However, making an effort to smile, not judge and being respectful despite your pain could effect someone greatly for the better....or go about and reflect your misery and you might trigger someone into a down ward spiral. But. What good are you in this world if you contribute to the pain in the world? We have to be more conscience. A better world only happens when people wake themselves up and make the change themselves. You want happiness? Reflect that. You want respect? Reflect it!

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Jan 11, 2019

Maybe you should post this under the disorder groups.

Jan 12, 2019

Your post reminds me of a couple quotes:
"Anything that you resent and strongly react to in another is also in you."


"Once you have identified with some form of negativity, you do not want to let it go, and on a deeply unconscious level, you do not want positive change. It would threaten your identity as a depressed, angry or hard-done-by person. You will then ignore, deny or sabotage the positive in your life. This is a common phenomenon.
It is also insane."
― Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose

Jan 12, 2019

@PURA VIDA - just want to clarify. Are you adding to the concept of being kind to each other. Or implying that, if i am bothered by the reactions of others, I too have change that is needed on a subconscience level? In other words, the law of attraction?

(Sorry, I love discussion, debate and talking. I have nobody to talk to, lol. So, I may go on a ramble. Its just kind of what I do)

Personally, I am not a believer in the law of attraction.

For those who suffer from mental illness, we can try all day long to subconsciencly remove our burdens and its not going to happen (dear goodness I wish it were possible). I simply do the best I can. What I believe is that we all suffer one way or another but its about self control and our conscience behaviors that define our lives.

I learned during my darkest phase so far ( a little over a year ago..very suicidal) that youtube and the internet is loaded with phycopeusdo bs and puts us in this mind set that some how we need to be perfect on the inside before we will ever be good enough to attract good people into our lives. Some how we are to blame for other peoples behaviors. Oh no no no no. I realised this is a trap. Believing this leads to utter chaos. On the very most subconscience level something will always be missing. This is because this world isn't pretty, life isn't pretty and I don't believe its meant to be. I believe accepting this allows us to become responsible for our reactions. I believe we have to fight to keep kindness in the world and the best way to do this is by taking action (despite how you may feel on the inside).

Same thing-different way to say it, If we don't accept the fact that our subconscience will always feel a little broken then we will always be on a cycle of trying to fix our selves and feel that we can not take action.

Working on yourself is good but we will never feel complete in this world, even with God in our hearts and mind. Meaning negative energy and people, the demons in the world, will always be present. We can't control this. We can't control feeling that. However, we can control how we react to it which may help others feel a little less afraid and hurt in this world.

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