Have you ever wondered why?
- You have difficulty maintaining close, intimate, fulfilling relationships?
- You tend to overreact to inconveniences and injustices?
- You often feel alone?
- You tend to avoid people?
- You sometimes—or frequently—use alcohol or drugs to “take the edge off” the tension you feel?
- You have a strong need to be “right” and win arguments or discussions?
- You have a temper?
- You are often mystified by the behavior of other people? Do you often wonder, “Why in the world did he/she/they do that?”
- You often have difficulty understanding why you feel as you do?
- The people around you—spouse, lover, children, coworkers—sometimes seem to avoid you?
- You use your intellect, physical appearance, competence, accomplishments, wit, money, or other assets to get other people to pay attention to you?
- You often feel hurt by what other people do to you? Or by what they fail to do for you?
If you are like roughly 98% of us, your answer to two or more of these questions is YES, and you’re confused about exactly why these conditions exist in your life. Anger, frustration, and loneliness are the most destructive diseases on the planet—by far—and we are not adequately addressing their causes and solutions.
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