Tag Archive: Life


Digging Deeper

Bury your past, there is no where to hide when interference is used against you.

Bury the Past

Interference “is a phenomenon of human memory involving the learning of new material where the learning of new information or behavior interacts with “old learning” or memories, thoughts and behaviors that come from past learning, and interferes with the acquisition or comprehension of the new information”

What path to take when everyone, including yourself, is using your past against you, bury it deep. It is being sought out by everyone!

In Psychology it is not uncommon to say use your past to your benefit, however if your past clouds your future, then you become a stagnant pond. (Cease developing, become inactive or dull)

Learn/Mistake
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Learn/Mistake

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Learn/Mistake

Mistake\Learn

 

Stressor

  • Specific events or chronic pressures that place demands on a person or threaten the person’s well-being to the point of loss of control

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The world around us has slowly taken who we are and crushed it into a fine powder which is being gently moved through the air. There is no need to let everything control you, dig deep into your lust for life and take control. You are strength and deserve to enjoy life.

Responsibility
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Responsibility

Responsibility

Responsibility

Responsibility

 

Take Ownership!

Socialization

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The process of learning to behave in a way that is acceptable to society.

 

Be yourself

No Regrets
No Regrets

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No Regrets

No Regrets

There is no reason to feel sadness, repentance, or disappointment for something that is who you are, most especially your personality.

Self conceptSelf-concept: a person’s explicit knowledge of his or her own behaviors, traits, and other personal characteristics

  • Self-narrative is the story we tell about ourselves.
  • Self-narratives and trait self-concepts don’t always match up.
  • Self-verification: the tendency to seek evidence to confirm the self-concept

Look deep within yourself and find who you are, do not rely on the words of others to confirm what you may already know.

You Don’t Know Who You Are!

You Don’t Know Who You Are!

You Don’t Know Who You Are!

You Don’t Know Who You Are!

You Don’t Know Who You Are!

 

It is very common for people to pull traits from others and pretend to be something they are not. Then without any reservations tell the story of their life (fairy Tale).

 

 

 

 

Work cited from:

Frohardt, R. J., Schacter, D. L., Gilbert, D. T., & Wegner, D. M. (2011). Introducing   Psychology, second edition, Daniel L. Schacter, Daniel T. Gilbert, Daniel M. Wegner. New York: Worth.