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ANGER VS. SADNESS

If you want people to leave you the hell alone choose anger.

If you want people to worry about you choose sadness.

Early on we are exposed to a range of possible responses to stress. These responses become programmed or automatic. 

Common sense can tell us that our personal problems will eventually have profound impacts on our lives. But what we have not yet fully brought to light in the helping field is that the dis-empowered states which feed into the “problem” begin at times of vulnerability, and are build through a systematic internal programming process outside of most people’s awareness. 

That this occurs outside of conscious awareness does not excuse the ongoing damage to self and others.

For a very long time we have taken solace in the fact that we “don’t know how” to feel better. This refrain is common and feeds into long line ups at the therapy treadmill. 

We need to connect with our ability to choose healthier states of being. 

Treating pain with kid-gloves and excusing it based on the past not only lets people off the hook, it literally steals their potential to create something better with what is left of their lives. You can make a conscious choice:

If you want people to leave you the hell alone choose anger.

If you want people to worry about you choose sadness.

If you want a better life step up to the plate and put your learning cap on. Living life through a subconscious lens rather then a conscious deliberate lens results in repeating automatic learned ways of responding to cues. Until the subconscious mind is re-educated there is no point "hoping, wish, praying" for a better life.