Monday, September 7, 2015

Most People out there are Prostituting Themselves Everyday

Yes, most people out there are prostituting themselves every day and this is why, they are unhappy and suffering from depression and are self-medicating with all kind of things like religious cults or any other type of cults, food, sex, and codependent in unhealthy relationships or dependent on antidepressants. It’s a tragedy! I wish I had included the very truthful quote of Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross below in my book; for sure I will include it in my next book!

"Any human being that was born into a family that loves "if", will have problems in life, horrible problems, because they all become prostitutes. You will prostitute yourself with good behavior. Do you understand the word prostitution, what sense I mean that? You will believe that you can buy love with good grades, that you can buy love with good behavior, that you can buy love if you look pretty, and your need for approval will always be insatiable and you will always be unhappy for the rest of your life."
 -- Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross excerpt from the video Understanding death & suicide - part 2 

"Pain is the way to the truth. By denying that you were unloved as a child, you spare yourself some pain, but you are not with your own truth. And throughout your whole life, you'll try to earn love. In therapy, avoiding pain causes a blockage. Yet nobody can confront being neglected or hated without feeling guilty. "It is my fault that my mother is cruel," he thinks. "I made my mother furious; what can I do to make her loving?" So he will continue trying to make her love him. The guilt is really protection against the terrible realization that you are fated to have a mother who cannot love. This is much more painful than to think "Oh, she is a good mother, it's only me who's bad." Because then you can try to do something to get love. But it's not true; you cannot earn love. And feeling guilty for what has been done to you only supports your blindness and your neurosis." -- Alice Miller

above excerpt from ALICE MILLER: The feeling child 

Interviewed March 1987 by Diane Connors

Comments from the sharing of this post on Facebook

Monica Chelagat Saw the video and there are many more. Yes, the "if" I hear it so often around.

Sylvie Imelda Shene I know Monica, I grew up with it. My sister being rewarded and adored for her good behavior and good grades, and me being rejected and punished for not behaving to their liking and my bad grades. I grew up fantasizing about suicide every day, but now she's an unhappy adult with major problems and i am happy! And this is why so many hate me, especially the property manager at my last job because I'm truly happy and free. Misery loves company! Adulthood is a lot longer than childhood! So I am happy the worst is over! 
Now i just thought of President Bush's slogan "they hate us for our freedom" it's true people hate and are jealous of happy and free people, but President Bush's freedom is just an illusion of freedom.

Yep! This was one of the big reasons I was targeted by the sociopath that was the property manager at my last job because I am a truly happy and free person, but she was not able to destroy me and she didn't walk away wearing my skin. But instead, her true self was revealed.

To read more about my experiences with the mob of sociopaths or narcissists at my last job read my blog Experienced Knowledge  

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