Fraser Trevor Fraser Trevor Author
Title: We believe in our goodness as caretakers and see ourselves as worthy spiritual people.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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We believe in our goodness as caretakers and see ourselves as worthy spiritual people. Yet underneath these altruistic actions dissociates...
We believe in our goodness as caretakers and see ourselves as worthy spiritual people. Yet underneath these altruistic actions dissociates expect that by taking care and rescuing others, the other person will one day reciprocate. We harbour this expectation despite much first-hand experience to the contrary, namely that the person being rescued either fails to acknowledge the assistance, takes being rescued as their right, or resents the rescuer for interfering. The truth is that needy dissociate are seldom able to help another. How can we when we are suffering fro the illusion of dissociation we have difficulty in helping ourselves! Often we feel disappointed getting depressed, falling easily into back into our own victimhood. Our unappreciated efforts lead to our self-fulfilling prophecy about how life is unfair and how people always let us down this is the default assumptions that keep us locked in our delusion of dishonest dissociation.

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