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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

The Wanting Mind

Once we attach our happiness and sense of worth to getting what we want, then we need to attempt to have control over getting what we want - over people and the outcome of things. This is when we might behave in ways that are guaranteed to make us feel anxious: ruminating about the past or future, worrying, getting irritated or angry when things don't go our way, intimidating others into doing what we want them to do, and then utilizing substance and process addictions to numb the stress that we are causing by our controlling behavior. The Wanting Mind convinces us that, not only do we need to get what we want to be happy and feel worthy, but also that we need to do whatever we can do to have control over people and outcomes.....
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