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Title: We imagine that our dissociated behaviour has the power to change people
Author: Fraser Trevor
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We imagine that our dissociated behaviour has the power to change people , to make them treat us better or to do as we want. Our persisten...
We imagine that our dissociated behaviour has the power to change people, to make them treat us better or to do as we want. Our persistence in holding on to this illusion that our behaviour has the power to change others takes many forms. We people please, we focus on helping others even when our help is both unsolicited and intrusive. We rush in to rescue others, imagining we can solve the problems of all. We spend our days at the beck and call of those around us. We lose a sense of ourselves, becoming who our relationships want us to be. We do things contrary to our genuine wishes, our needs and our wants in the vain hope that others will then treat us better, that they will love and care for us in return, a wish unfulfilled form our childhood days. It is said that dissociation is a disorder of relationships, but the real abnormality is the relationship we have with ourselves. The core faulty belief afflicting dissociates is that we are not worthy, that we lack value as we are, and that we need other people’s love and care to validate our being or our lives. That’s the main problem.

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