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The first one we're going to talk about is self-pity. I was so excited to talk about self-pity but let's talk about it and let's talk about how detrimental it is. There are some negative emotions that are actually really important, really useful part of the contrast, part of really understanding and processing discomfort. There are some emotions that I feel are not useful to spend any time feeling and I think self-pity is one of them. I have seen self-pity rob way too many of my clients of their dreams, way too many of my clients of their accomplishment of taking action.
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I could wake up and just be, "Come on." I did kind of do that, by the way. "Come on. Why do I have to do this? Why do I have to be the one that feels this way? I do all this work on myself. I'm entitled to feel better." That's me feeling sorry for myself. The minute I feel myself indulge in any kind of self-pity, I shift my mind and recognize that often times I make my own negative emotional experience so much worse by feeling bad about feeling bad. When I take action and I don't get the results I want, when the effect of my action is not what I had planned, I feel sorry for myself. I feel like, "Omigosh, why can't things just always work out for me? Why is this happening?" Then the answer is always, "Cause you're not good enough." Then I start feeling bad and then I start comparing myself and then I start feeling bad.
Self-pity thrives on claimed helplessness. "There's nothing I can do. Just sit around and feel sorry for myself. Can you believe this horrible thing happened to me? Nothing I can do about it." What I promise you you can do about it is change the way you were thinking about it. Self-pity whines and complains. Whenever you hear yourself whining, I hear myself whining too often. I laugh like, "Wow," I feel sorry for myself. I feel like I am entitled to more and yet I don't want to take that action to get more. I just want to sit here and feel sorry for myself. You can't feel sorry for yourself and indulge in self-pity and also take effective action at the same time. You're either doing one of the other.
Think about this. It feels terrible when someone feels sorry for you. You never want someone to pity you and yet you're doing it to yourself. It feels terrible to feel sorry for someone else. You never want to be around someone you feel sorry for. When you pity someone, it's not a great feeling. You don't want to spend a lot of time around that. When someone's pitying you, you don't necessarily want to be around them but you're doing both when you have self-pity. You're feeling sorry for yourself and you're being felt sorry for by yourself. Terrible place to be. It's not useful. It's the fuel for complaining, excuse-making, and whining. That's about it.
If you're someone that feels sorry for themselves and creates an emotion of self-pity with your thinking, you must change your thinking and the way that you view yourself. You must because you will end up failing on purpose, quitting ahead of time. Instead of thinking that someone or something should give you more, you have to start owning that everything you have is your own creation, no matter what happens in the world that's supposed to be happening. I noticed this happening to me when people are really upset. I don't want people to be upset. I don't want people to be upset about anything, even I mean like globally. I look at the number of people that are upset about our world.
I have a client that I've worked a lot with on self-pity. It always presents now in a way that she notices but she just says, "I'm done with you. I'm done with this. I'm done with this emotion." I did this a long time ago with the emotion of worry. I recognize that it wasn't serving me until now when I noticed myself worrying, I gently let it go. I gently release it. We can do the same thing with self-pity. I will not feel sorry for myself.
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Bee Movie Script According to all known lawsof aviation, there is no way a beeshould be able to fly. Its wings are too small to getits fat little body off the ground. The bee, of course, flies anyway because bees don't carewhat humans think is impossible. Yellow, black. Yellow, black.Yellow, black. Yellow, black. Ooh, black and yellow!Let's shake it up a little. Barry! Breakfast is ready! Ooming! Hang on a second. Hello? - Barry?- Adam? - Oan you believe this is happening?- I can't. I'll pick you up. Looking sharp. Use the stairs. Your fatherpaid good money for those. Sorry. I'm excited. Here's the graduate.We're very proud of you, son. A perfect report card, all B's. Very proud. Ma! I got a thing going here. - You got lint on your fuzz.- Ow! That's me! - Wave to us! We'll be in row 118,000.- Bye! Barry, I told you,stop flying in the house! - Hey, Adam.- Hey, Barry. - Is that fuzz gel?- A little. Special day, graduation. Never thought I'd make it. 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