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8 Dynamic Weapons for Conquering Life's Illusions: Your Psychological…
by Robert Meyer
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 151929932X, Paperback)Are you sick and tired of dealing with selfish people? If your day-to-day activities include dealing with an unreasonable boss, back-stabbing co-workers, untrustworthy partners, an unloving spouse, an unfaithful significant other, needy friends, neurotic people, irrationally selfish jerks, politically correct tyrants, among others...here is a book that will help you conquer these problems before your painful situation gets worse. Have you ever performed an altruistic deed for someone and ended up feeling unappreciated –or even worse you were criticized for not doing enough? Do you have friends who constantly impose on your time, but never give you anything in return? Are you in a love relationship that seems like anything but love? Do you wake up in the morning only to immediately feel a vague anxiety that worsens throughout the day? Are you forced to go to a job you absolutely hate? Do you feel tired and worn-out from your daily beating? Does it seem as if the whole system is against you? Do you wonder if you can make it through another day? Wouldn't you love to possess a psychological arsenal of attack and self-defense? Think about how wonderful it would be to eliminate the people and circumstances that demand your self-sacrifice. Conquering Life's Illusions means you do exactly that! Here's are a few samples of the relationship traps you must avoid or eliminate from your life. 1. The jealous person see what others have as something that should be rightfully theirs—for whatever invalid reason. Instead of working and putting in the time, developing themselves, their relationships and their network, the jealous man or woman spends time wallowing in self pity or worse, trying to drag others down to their level so he or she won’t have to suffer in misery alone. 2. Allowing yourself to become the object of someone’s nasty outbursts is dangerous to your mental, emotional and physical well-being. Irrationally selfish people who use anger as coping mechanism allow hatred to fester and grow within. 3. A lot of times you will help someone and as soon as he (she) begins to see success he sabotages the progress and (or) friendship. You may ask why someone would do that. It’s because the neurotic individual doesn’t believe he deserves to be happy. 4. Whatever you do, don’t suffer under the illusion you can change the irrationally selfish person. You can’t! Conquering life’s illusions requires that you acknowledge reality or it will automatically work against you. Whatever your present situation, you can begin acting in ways that bring you happiness and success—today.
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