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THE SELF-POISONER: PATTERNS OF SELF-INDUCED TOXICITY - THE DEATH TRAPS OF AVOIDANCE AND INHIBITION
Self-poisoning processes can kill. Some of the most common reasons we avoid being ourselves result from the following attitudes:
- I would rather inhibit myself than risk the disapproval of others.
- I would rather inhibit myself than risk feeling guilty.
- I would rather inhibit myself than risk being embarrassed.
- I would rather inhibit myself than risk failure.
- I would rather inhibit myself than risk rejection.
- I would rather avoid myself than face up to my fears.
- I would rather avoid myself by projecting my problems onto others.
- I would rather avoid expressing my resentments and anger and instead turn them inward against myself.
- I would rather avoid myself than face my feelings of inadequacy.
Each individual, whether he is primarily N- or T-oriented, generates his own brand of psychological poisons with which he toxifies himself. Sometimes a person is aware that he is poisoning himself and decides it is necessary to continue to do so. He may be convinced that this is the best he can do for himself under the circumstances. For example, a man may decide to work two full-time jobs in order to earn enough money to impress his friends and neighbors. He may experience many body warnings: symptoms of fatigue, irritability, nervous tension, etc. His physician may specifically advise him to slow down. It is each person's right to subject himself to whatever poison he judges to be necessary, since he carries out the punishment on himself.
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