Living wholeheartedly

Living wholeheartedly

Everyone uses mechanisms to protect themselves from pain.  In my case, I took on the position of teacher’s pet and stuck close to adults so my peers would be less able to physically hurt me.  I also developed an ego to keep people distant from me so they couldn’t easily hurt me.  If I’m “smarter” than you are, you won’t be able to hurt me.  This makes having close healthy relationships difficult.  I also tended to have friends who were female and were less physically aggressive and less likely to hurt me.  I suggest that ego became my first blind spot.

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