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Humans are complex beasts when you get under the hood.
We have an incredibly elaborate system desires and wants that are ultimately separate from what we need to survive.
Adolescents are absorbing new ideas, experiences, feelings, and knowledge at a much faster rate than they can integrate it.
Young folks just starting a life together know about many things, but as their kids leave home some years later, any of them would look back and say how little they really knew and understood when they started their families.
That’s precisely the underlying issue that The Narrator is dealing with: he has no core. His life is based entirely on trying to mask that feeling with reliant on external validation.
The need for external validation is often the source of a wide variety of dating and self-esteem issues; people who rely on external validation are often incredibly needy, using the approval of others as the measure for their own self-worth.
When someone enters the pain and hears the screams healing can begin.” ― Danielle Bernock, tags: captive, childhood-trauma, emotional-abuse, freedom, healing, healing-the-emotional-self, invalidate, lies, love, love-heals, marginalized, pain, ptsd, screams, screams-of-agony, silent-pain, trauma, validation “She ran straight into Leo’s open arms, unable to stop the tears from falling, feeling at last defended, like a single musical note that had finally found the symphony to which it belonged.” ― Natasha Lester, tags: acceptance, believe-in-yourself, eating-disorder-recovery, feelings, focus-on-positive, love-yourself, mantra, mental-health, mindfulness, no-judgment, one-step-at-a-time, positive-quotes, positive-thinking, present-moments, recovery, repeat, self-help, self-improvement, self-love, thoughts, validation, you-are-enough, you-are-important “When we accept the labels placed on us by ourselves and others, we then restrict and limit ourselves based on those labels.
In the middle of the macho posturing and the My First Anarchist Manifesto, it so neatly captures the angst of people who recognize that there’s something missing in their lives and not knowing what the hell to do about it.
We feel confused and lost and directionless and so we try to cover it all up by getting obsessed with things that we don’t actually care about but feel like we should and buy crap we don’t really need because we feel like it gives us an identity that we so desperately lack.
If it’s going to make us happy or even that our needs and wants aren’t being met.
All we’re focusing on is that they don’t want us and we should be focusing on why we want them, because first and foremost a healthy relationship must have two people that actually want to be in it.
Things we have thought to be good, beautiful, wise, or evil may not look the same as we grow.