I would choose to go like this…

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Have you ever thought about this?
What would you do if you had a chance to express yourself?

I don’t know you, but I can speak for myself. If I had the last chance to express myself, I would choose to proceed like this:

  • Express my gratitude for this life as a human being
  • Reveal and praise what I have valued most in my life that made it worth living
  • Drop a couple of V.I.P. Names that made my life sweet and exciting

Express My Gratitude for This Life as a Human Being

I have no words to express how amazing my life is. My life would be a sad and pathetic one if it weren’t for all the people, creatures, and situations I have been allowed to experience. …


Program your unconscious mind by answering one question

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The essential question to answer is — “How does a perfect day look like for you?”
When you search for answers to this question, forget about if such a day is in reach for you. Such considerations would only limit your phantasy and your outcome.

Instead, it is crucial to have a vivid imagination of the specifics.

For answering that question, please imagine that you do not need to worry about the following things:

  • Your existential and material needs
  • The success of your ventures
  • The opinion of other people about it, including your relatives, parents, significant other, children, business partners, bosses, colleagues, customers and other people. …

Insights from a survivor

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There are so many books, talks, and papers on codependency that it is easy to lose track, especially since there is no one-size-fits-all definition.

Wikipedia says — Codependency is a behavioral condition in a relationship where one person enables another person’s addiction, poor mental health, immaturity, irresponsibility, or under-achievement.

It is common knowledge that codependency somehow occurs in families and relationships with one or several addicts. Very often, the media cites the following as the main characteristic of codependency:

A codependent person only feels strong when the addict is and remains weak. They derive their self-esteem from caring for someone more vulnerable, the addicted partner, parent, or child, and by repeatedly patronizing them from the downward spiral.

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