Abandoning the Victim Role Through Self-Awareness

By Matt Prindle (admin)
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My intention for this project goes much beyond inspiration. It's an inward journey of self-discovery in an effort to create and contribute to something much larger than little ole' me. So thanks for stopping by and in doing so, contributing to the growing evolution of Intention Inspired.
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Michelle P
Michelle P

This is perfect for me. I have been “stuck” here and I knew it, however, I felt powerless to get out. I need to remember that it’s ME who has the power and that I am in charge of my life. I have the tools and skills necessary to live this life and to make the choices that will keep me happy.

Carolyn Grohoske
Carolyn Grohoske

What a lesson. How hard it is to admit you have this trait. I know I need and want something better for myself. I am committed to making a change. Thanks for the encouraging words to help me know who I have been.

Qhama
Qhama

Thank you so much for the post. I feel so overwhelmed by the things that are happening in my life and events that have hurt me from the past…and what gets to me is that every time someone has tried to put me down it seems more and more true in the reality I am living now. It has made me more passive aggressive and constantly seeking affirmation from others. I want to build myself from the inside out, I want to know who I am and so to continue living to my potential and my truth. I believe this post has opened my eyes to reality and most importantly to myself. I’m looking forward to the journey.

Sofia
Sofia

This is a good read, however I don’t fully identify with it, in my case, I blame myself for everything… and I don’t even know where I did wrong. I will do the exercises you propose, but I really feel I’m lost… I’ve gone through the same pattern in all my relationships and they all end the same, they break up with me, and I don’t even know why… I know I have to change, but I don’t know what to change… I am lost 🙁

Ajahnique
Ajahnique

I couldn’t agree more with this and I think the hardest part for me is making the change because like you said I’ve been the victim so long what do I do now ? lol but there’s plenty to do !!! Which the sooner we realize the better and this article has reminded me of that and it has encouraged me to explore “who am I now” instead of fearing it accept the challenge of finding out how brave and courageous and self aware I can actually be . Thanks !

Machelle
Machelle

I have a son who always plays the victim in every situation that he is put into, he points the finger at everybody but himself never admits when he is wrong…I do believe throughout the years of raising him…I’ve tried to get him some type of counseling but to this day it’s still the same way with him…So,I’ve had to block him from my life because he has broken his ties with me a long time ago…He doesn’t seem to care about how he treats me, or wanting to change his behavior,so,to make myself have some peace…I choose that over him…

Nicole Webb
Nicole Webb

This was a timely word for me.. I suffer from the identity crisis of who am I if I am not that hurt and abused lady. Even though I maEdwand continually make choices that dont edify my life.. Accountability is what I am focusing on and stepping into my future

Jaanvi
Jaanvi

I was moved, with this article!! It’s really difficult to understand it and work upon it.. I guess I have been playing the victim role till now and this is because I couldn’t get anything I wanted to have.. Thanks a lot!!

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