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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Monday, May 15, 2006

borderline defensive

We all define our personalities within certain parameters. This brings to mind a concept of therapy for something called "borderline personality disorder." When people behave in ways they would not tolerate from others they have crossed a standard of self-acceptance and to the degree they can deny creating a problem is how unbalanced they are willing to make themselves. How this can effect (the performance of) other people makes it a responsibility of society to be informed (performance art).

Denial is the main symptom so the those who need the most help (learning about it) are the least likely to admit the tendency (that) is prevalent in everyone. You can't tell people you are concerned with their feelings if they don't want to understand yours can care innocently (when theirs don't.) Self actualization starts with maintaining contentment with behavior deviation. Denial of the potential that healthy attitude can treat depression is an interesting symptom of limiting hopefulness.

The hope I found in the book "Stop Walking on Eggshells" comes from the intelligence needed to maintain this emotional codependency called borderline personality disorder. This affliction is harbinger of an information age paradigm. "Emotional Intelligence" implies the experimenting that harnesses a new power source from appreciating paradox. Conflict in your mind is like needing opposing muscle groups to get up off your ass.

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2 Comments:

Blogger yellowdog granny said...

no one has ever ever said to me i am borderline anything..i am usually refered to as that crazy loud mouth bitch... aint life grand...?..thanks for stopping by and saying howdy...i would love to build a fence around washington...so no one could get 'out'....i live about 30-40 miles from the 'crawford ranch'..if i wasent already on the 'dont let that bitch near me' list..i would build a fence around it to keep him in too....

5/19/06, 11:02 PM  
Blogger Rhiannon said...

I really like this post. I connect wtih it and it resonates with me a lot. It seems some won't take personal responsibility for their actions of treating others in a way they would never want anyone to treat them! It just blows my mind as I observe this a lot these days. I've done a lot of reading on emotional intelligence. Think I will check out the book "Stop walking on egg shells"..thanks..

Blessings,

Rhiannon

5/22/06, 1:41 AM  

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