It's a hard journey finding out who you really are but its far greater than anything our minds could make up .
It's a tremendous bravery to just admit possibly that things are not always as they seem. That there are things rolling around right in front of our eyes that we don't understand until we are given a means of getting another perspective.
" wrote:Springboarding off what Rabana said-- it's also beneficial to distinguish when someone is asking for help 'for real' versus pretending to ask for help and just screaming for attention. The latter is a different cry for help that must be handled with kid gloves because you must deduce the real problem. They will try extremely hard to throw you off, subconsciously they do this. Why? For people who aren't accustomed to sharing their feelings, it feels like getting raped to the core. They don't want you to find out who they really are, because that's all they have, their thoughts. If you take those from them, then they will have become assimilated into the borg and lose their identity.