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Title: One of the definitions of acquired dissociation deficiency is fundamentally it is an irrational fear of being true and authentic towards ourselves.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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One of the definitions of acquired dissociation deficiency is fundamentally it is an irrational fear of being true and authentic towards o...
One of the definitions of acquired dissociation deficiency is fundamentally it is an irrational fear of being true and authentic towards ourselves. This fear very has its roots in childhood, when we were shamed and demeaned for being who we were or expressing ourselves. The result is that as adults we live in fear of what other people think of us, and we feel compelled to be who we think other people want us to be. The inevitable result is resentment and confusion in all our relationships. We change our identity to please others, but in the end it is never enough. We are not loved the way we hoped for and are left lonelier than ever. We ignore our own needs and wants in expending energy helping and rescuing others from their problems. But the outcome is never as we hoped, and we are left disappointed and regretting all the sacrifices we made.

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