10 Ways To Escape Victim Mentality!
Are you living in Victim Mentality?
Having victim mentality is believing that others or circumstances created your misery and whatever we do won’t make a difference.
Victims often make excuses, blame others or circumstances.
They believe that bad things will continue to happen.
“When you detect blame in your mind, you know you are refusing to take responsibility for your life at this moment” according to Raptitude.com.
Victims often feel sorry for themselves and struggle with self-esteem.
They believe the world is hopeless.
Byron Katie says that “As long as you think that the cause of your problem is “out there”—as long as you think that anyone or anything is responsible for your suffering—the situation is hopeless. It means that you are forever in the role of victim, that you’re suffering in paradise”.
“People who come from a place of victimization may show little interest in trying to make changes. They may reject offers of help, and it may seem like they’re only interested in feeling sorry for themselves” according to healthline.com.
In other words, when we identify as victims, it effects the way we live.
As a result, we lose our power!
Here are 10 Ways to Escape Victim Mentality!
Look at the stories you tell yourself and notice your thoughts.
Practice self-care habits and start taking responsibility for your own life!
Are they serving you, or keeping you stuck?
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