Ego versus Ego

 

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Remember our “Ego” never feels equal to another “Ego”.
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Here in lies our mine field. Our “Ego” needs approval, avoids criticism and invents the story describing “Who” (Ego) we are.
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Even an “Ego” doing time in prison, looks to gain approval, security, importance. That “Ego” has lost status in normal life, but strives to gain status in this alternative world.
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Since we create this “Ego”, formed in quicksand, it adapts as we age.
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Our “Ego” inflates when exposed to adulation, compliment or importance.
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Our actual self worth never changes from external influence.
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Imagine how marriage challenges our “Ego”, as it tries to mesh with our mates “Ego”.
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A healthy relationship is not 50/50, but a space of give and take, a space of caring about another’s needs first sometimes, a space for sharing.
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Sometimes one “Ego” totally dominates in a relationship.
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Our “Ego” is the culprit who feels not respected, not treated the way we want, not wanted when things got a little rocky.
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What type of “Ego have you built?
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Does your ego feel starved for attention, is he/she a needy, dependent person, or is he/she a negative personality.
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We can change all of this, we made it.
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We can remake it also.
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In this moment, right now, I accept my worthiness!!!!!!
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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Laurie on December 20, 2017 at 4:18 am

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