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Something Something you can't take it back after it's said...

 
Bodhi Sita
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"The truth shall set you free, but first it will piss you off."

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Learn to move on.
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THE INTERROGATOR

A more aggressive control drama, one that is pervasive in modern society, is that of the Interrogator. In this manipulation strategy, one uses criticism to gain energy from others.

In the presence of an Interrogator, we always get a distinct feeling that we are being monitored. Simultaneously, we may feel as though we are being cast in the role of someone who is inadequate, or unable to handle our own lives.

We feet this way because the person we are interacting with has pulled us into a reality where he feels that most people are making huge mistakes with their lives and he must correct the situation. For instance, the Interrogator may say, "You know, you really don't dress well enough for the kind of job you have," or "I've noticed you don't really keep your house very neat." just as easily, the criticism could involve how we do our jobs, the way we talk, or a wide range of personal characteristics. It doesn't really matter. Anything will work as long as the criticism throws us off balance and makes us unsure of ourselves.

The unconscious strategy of the Interrogator is to point out something about us that gives us pause, hoping that we will buy into the criticism and adopt the Interrogator's view of the world. When this happens, we begin to look at the situation through the eyes of the Interrogator and thus give him energy. The Interrogator's aim is to become the dominant judge of other people's lives so that as soon as interaction begins, others immediately defer to his worldview, providing a steady flow of energy.

Like the other dramas, this one springs from projected assumptions about the world. This person believes that the world is not safe or orderly unless he is watching everyone's behavior and attitude, and making corrections. In this world, he is the hero, the only one paying attention and making sure things are done carefully and with perfection. Usually, the Interrogator comes from a family in which his parental figures were absent or not attentive to his needs. In this insecure void of energy, the Interrogator gained attention and energy in the only way possible: by pointing out errors and criticizing the family's behavior.

When the child is grown, he carries with him these assumptions about how the world is and what people are like, and these assumptions in turn create that kind of reality in the Interrogator's life.

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That’s the curse of life - we always grow up to become the very thing we hate.
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Re: Something Something you can't take it back after it's said...
It is interesting.

You can spend so much time building a friendship - and one sentence can totally obliterate it.

I have always said words are poison, medicine or neutral.


Today, I will add that some words when strewn together are literally bombs.

This is why I prize kindness in the world.

Not the fake kind.

The real kind.

If you find someone who truly cares about you - I believe they won't form their words into swords and stab you in the heart.




We all take or interpret things wrong - this isn't what I'm talking about.

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Re: Something Something you can't take it back after it's said...
Until you go for an ambulance ride, you don't know who friends are
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Until you go for an ambulance ride, you don't know who friends are
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chuckle

When I was young and in a car accident, I lost consciousness and woke up to a woman holding my hand in the rain.

I remember her eyes and her voice - and I felt more kindness and caring from her than I have most people.

Never found out who she was, just a kind woman (who knew about shock) and chose to stop and help some people out before the ambulance came.

I do remember feeling safe with the EMT's.

Bless Them.

rose
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Doom despair and agony on me
Deep dark depression
Excessive misery
If it weren't for bad luck
I'd have no luck all
Doom despair and agony on me


Y'll watched too much Hee Haw when you were growing up.
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Angie
Oh Aangie
When will those dark clouds disappear?
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Re: Something Something you can't take it back after it's said...
Until you go for an ambulance ride, you don't know who friends are
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chuckle

When I was young and in a car accident, I lost consciousness and woke up to a woman holding my hand in the rain.

I remember her eyes and her voice - and I felt more kindness and caring from her than I have most people.

Never found out who she was, just a kind woman (who knew about shock) and chose to stop and help some people out before the ambulance came.

I do remember feeling safe with the EMT's.

Bless Them.

rose
 Quoting: Bodhi Sita


One of the most rewarding jobs ever is as an EMT. The pay is crap but the reward and sense of purpose. I think everyone should volunteer as an EMT or firefighter that is able. It’s rewarding work.

Beautiful story btw :)





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