Can’t Stand the Other Political Candidate?

by bobster1985 You know the feeling of total revulsion that boils up inside you whenever you see the rival of your favored presidential candidate on TV? … Notice how you can barely stand the sound of their voice – finding it so grating that you can barely even hear what they’re saying? Everything in you screams “No” to that candidate. You’ve got it so bad

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Living in Victim Mentality

When you live in victimhood it means that you are on the victim triangle all the time – simply moving from one role to another …. You’re either persecuting – blaming, attacking and feeling abused. This means you spend most of your time feeling mistreated. rescuing – fixing, controlling and self sacrificing. This leaves you feeling unappreciated. Or you’re in victim – impotent, incapable, helpless

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Liberation Through Struggle

Life shake-ups are designed to wake us up. That is their design and purpose. When painful things occur, we can choose to see them through a victim mentality that says, “Why me? …” or we can step back and ask, “What can I learn?”. Every single painful event that has occurred in my life has been necessary and right on time for my own personal

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Defining Victim

We see the world through a victim lens anytime we make something out there responsible for our own state of well-being. It doesn’t matter if we see that thing as causing us happiness or pain … it’s still victim mentality when we hold anything outside ourselves as the cause of our own inner state; we are seeing ourselves as done to by or at the

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Lynne Forrest

The Three Faces of Victim – An Overview of the Victim Triangle

By Lynne Forrest Whether we know it, or not, most of us react to life as victims. Whenever we refuse to take responsibility for ourselves, we are unconsciously choosing to react as victim. This inevitably creates feelings of anger, fear, guilt or inadequacy and leaves us feeling betrayed, or taken advantage of by others. Victim-hood can be defined by the three positions beautifully outlined in

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