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Yay I AM A VICTIM

Why is it that people like so much to feel like victims? Why is it they enjoy so much being such inncoent bystanders who happened to be caught in the line of fire without being guilty of any crime?
They were just at the wrong place at the wrong time, or they just are the victims of another person cruelty and insanity or pure non-caring..Whats so good about the victimized feeling that is considered in a lot of concepts as an illness that should be treated.. Isn’t it weird that people are seeking this illness and are fighting so hard to convince people they have it!!!
Is there a person who got there to where they are just because they made the wrong decisions? just because they wanted something wrong, they wanted to be with someone not that good..
I am here to acknowledge the fact that I am not a victim I am there to where I am now and feeling like I am feeling cause I took the wrong decisions along the way I did not think a lot of things and I totally acknowledge and hold the responsibility of my choices.

Why is it so hard to do that? even if we managed to convince people that it is totally not our fault deep inside we know that its our choices that got us there.. life is about choices and we have to either accept our choices and face the consequences life would be a lot simpler..
Don’t you think???

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6 Responses to “Yay I AM A VICTIM”

  1. A very simple reason, it’s a mental game our mind plays, the same game that makes us think we’re masters of our own fate, when in fact we’re just as blind as the rat in the lab’s labyrinth.

    Humans are too arrogant to admit that they’re faulty or that they’re helpless, that’s just the way we are.

  2. well but whether we admit it or not we are faulty its the way we are created and no matter how delusional or arrogant we are the louder we will fall.. its all a pre-determined game

  3. feeling as if you are a victim is a source of validation. I feel like a victim, then I must be a victim – self-validation. We all seek validation for who we are and what we are, when we don’t receive external validation, then we create self-validation (Then I am victim) and you feel a sense of relief – momentarily.

    The reality is you can’t change what ever happened, it is what it is – nobody on earth can change anything – the only thing we can change is the future – That is the cure to the illness. Fortunately you have already accepted responsibility which is the first step. As hard as it is, you made the choice that landed you where you are but you are aware of that – and yes, life would be a lot simpler if we all learned to accept and take responsibility for our actions.

  4. then why the hell dont we accept it Bruno it drive me nuts arent we already suffering from the consequences wouldnt denial be an additional burden for us to bare are we making our self feel better or worse.. why don’t we feel good for ourselves instead of wanting people to fee bad for us..
    Puzzeled..

  5. it’s easier to play victim that’s why.
    Denial is resistance – the more we resistance the harder it becomes.

    Having people feel bad for us is the external validation we have come to depend on – however its not until we accept (We it sounds like you have) and take responsibility (which you have) this is becoming awareness – you without knowing it are going through the process.

    I strongly recommend you read “The Power Of Now” by Eckhart Tolle

  6. Its really nice to know that there is a process of what I am going through I was starting to feel like a fly which is stuck in a sweet spot and everyone is looking at her thinking that she must be enjoying where she is and she is simply and plainly miserable about it.. and not to mention trying to break free..
    Will try to find the book you mentioned and read it will let you know if i find it..


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