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|We find ourselves compelled to struggle with all our might to maintain our own |
stories. ... He, like each of us, is worth only so much pleasure and so much pain
— and beyond that he should shut up, go about his business, and if not up to that,
quietly ... Over generations our families struggled and sacrificed to get a national
identity — and now that very identity we so earnestly sought leads us into a
|We can only create these emotions within ourselves of our own accord. If we use |
this type of language, we're using our word to give our power away to another
person. In addition, we make ourselves the victim every time we speak like this.
|Healing Ourselves and Our Nation from Abuse, Neglect, Financial and Economic |
Crisis Through Solid Relationships and ... This is in God's Word and only there
will we get peace even if it means accepting responsibility for doing something ...
|The price is too high and life is too short to be a victim or a villain. We are only |
human. We will make many mistakes. When we can learn from them, we have a
golden opportunity to liberate ourselves. We were never meant to do everything ...
|Nobody can make us feel anything, we allow ourselves to get caught up in his or |
her emotional energy. We are in control of our actions, or at least we should be!
Anger only allows the other person to accept a feeling of empowerment.
|Love, betrayal, petty larceny, and high fashion fuel this deliciously comic novel from the author of Fight Club.|
Claire M. Renzetti, Jeffery L. Edleson, Raquel Kennedy Bergen - 2001 - 539 pages
|So it is reasonable that we do not like to think of ourselves as victims; we do not |
like to use that word because when we do, we ... we can make sure it does not
happen again. lt does not wcrk; it is only a highly developed practice of
|We forget that the way we behave affects others, whether the relationship is new |
or long-term. We only monitor our actions on the blind date, or on the job
interview, where we think it "matters." We are not perfect and will make mistakes,
but we ...
|An athlete says, If only the umpire hadn't made that bad call. . . "If only" makes it |
easy to continue justifying a problem by its apparent cause(s). We can easily
defeat ourselves by getting emotionally involved with reasons for failure. I know ...
|For example, there are often hidden psychological pay-offs for remaining in a |
victim status. ... We can only confidently embark on making our lives better, if we
believe that we, ourselves, are capable of initiating and carrying through changes