Psychological Dealing with impostor syndrome The first stop on our tour bus is a big one. People underestimate the prevalence of impostor syndrome.
Getting caught up in the drama of life is a buzzkill on steroids. Life is meant to be enjoyed, not fretted over with a furrowed brow and a cantaloupe sized knot in your gut. You have shit on your glasses. Seriously, those things are caked. Reality and perception are two completely different things, and your perception is distorted by the bullshit you consciously and subconsciously believe about what it is and what it should be.
And who can blame you?
Your parents, while they did love you, lied to you. Your family, friends, neighbors, teachers, idols, lovers, the media and now me… all full of shit… … Lies, lies, lies.
But most likely everything your parents told you, they Having too much money you because they themselves thought it was true, and they thought it would serve you. And a lot of it did, making it easier for you to navigate through life.
And the biggest liar of all Spewing bullshit at ya like a television evangelist and pushing harder than the slimiest of used car salesman. Good, bad, or broken down on the road somewhere in between, the judgments and labels your minds been chiming in with have seriously distorted your view, so much to the point that most of what and I believe would be best categorized as fiction.
We know only a little The truth is we know only know a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of what the Universe, the world and life is all about. Is that even worth arguing?!
If you ever start taking things too seriously, just remember that we are talking monkeys on an organic spaceship flying through the universe. A little optimist obviously. People who take life too seriously are no fun to be around Except maybe when it comes to killing zombies, so keep a few around just in case the shit goes down.
The pot in the brownie is that the craziest people are the most fun to be around. Sometimes you just gotta be able to laugh at yourself.
Going with the flow and letting it hang out… warts, bumps, lumps and all…. Not only is the show exhausting, but it puts a wall up between you and the rest of the world and you and your true self.
Taking life too seriously leads to being a stressed out, scared, angry, boring human being in bad health. Being able to laugh at life, relax into the moment, and accept things as they are is a much better gig.
Look at how ridiculous popular beliefs, culture and the media are We are a generation who march on stairs that go nowhere and ride stationary bikes that get there even quicker… all so we can fit into some fucking skinny jeans.
People put shit in their faces so they can look younger than they really are, but often just end looking like Chinese robots. Kim Kardashian is a best selling author, and that Snooki chick is too. Someone you love might stop loving you.The Jargon File contains a bunch of definitions of the term ‘hacker’, most having to do with technical adeptness and a delight in solving problems and overcoming limits.
If you want to know how to become a hacker, though, only two are really relevant. There is a community, a shared culture, of expert programmers and networking wizards that traces its history back through decades to the.
The term for this syndrome–the bad effects of having too much money–is “affluenza,” deriving from “affluence + influenza.” This wins the prize for the Cranach new word of the year! The central bank is the worst thing to ever happen to America!
Now we have to pay for three homes just to get one. America is in deep trouble!
" The central bank is an institution of the most deadly hostility existing against the Principles and form of our Constitution. I am an Enemy to all banks discounting bills or notes for anything but Coin. Money Talks. This website contains information, links,images and videos of the RealityKings explicit material.
If you are under the age of 21, if such material offends you or if it's illegal to view such material in your community please do not continue. Donald Trump's wealth could be almost $10 billion larger if he had retired and invested his money in index funds.
Hi there, I have Bipolar and am medicated with lithium, lamictal, clozaril and Klonopin as well warfarin for blood clots, but I struggle with ongoing anxiety and am curious about Eric’s question about how much Niacin is helpful and also how much Folate too, as I took the of Deplin on the advice of my Dr.
for a while and it didn’t feel good.