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Title: Being forced into a victim role believing we are intrinsically damaged and incapable of dealing with life, reinforces our anonymity
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Being forced into a victim role believing we are intrinsically damaged and incapable of dealing with life, reinforces our anonymity we are...
Being forced into a victim role believing we are intrinsically damaged and incapable of dealing with life, reinforces our anonymity we are not worthy to exist. We project an attitude of being weak, fragile or lacking in intelligence. Our attitude can be summed up as, “I can’t do it by myself.” Our greatest fear is having to deal with life on our own, instead of relying on the help of others to take care of us. We who have adopted the victim role are convinced we are inadequate, frail, powerless or defective people who need others to rescue them. We deny to ourselves that we have the power and potential to solve our own problems. We see ourselves as inept at handling life’s ups and downs. Feeling done in by life and at its mercy, along with believing ourselves mistreated, intrinsically defective or wrong, we see ourselves as broken and unfixable. As a result, we look to others to take care of them. The irony is most of us who play the victim role end up resenting people who try to help them. The person fixing or rescuing us reminds us of our sense of worthlessness and inadequacy.

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