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The truth is that we have a tendency to self-sabotage in the face of circumstances or pressures. The result of this is that we can become impulsive, self-destructive, and often irresponsible.
We all have a tendency to get so caught up in our own problems that we forget that others are suffering. For example, I just finished writing a blog post about how I’m so busy I’ve barely had time to take care of myself. I’ve had my first surgery in almost a year, and I can’t see myself going under the knife again anytime soon. I’m also running behind on my monthly house payment.
As we all know, people are often impulsive, self-destructive, and irresponsible when they’re under stress or overpursuing their goals. All it takes is one stressful situation to put us on autopilot and we don’t even realize it. This is how I imagine the majority of people in the world feel when they think about the future.
Just like that one of the biggest things that can derail our goals is the stressor. If we were to give into the stressor, we would fall into a spiral of negative beliefs and behaviors, which in turn would put us into spiral of negative behaviors. If we don’t make it through the stressor and we continue spiraling down into negative behaviors, we might even end up in the arms of the stressor.
What happens if we stay focused on the stressor? We will still end up spiraling down into negative behaviors and then we can be stuck in the arms of the stressor, which is why we must learn to stay focused on the stressor and on the goal at hand.
The spiral is one of those things that we can’t see until we’re in it, and it’s something that we learn to fight as we go. When we’re in a spiral, we have a sense of what that spiral is like, and what it feels like. We can then apply that knowledge to the type of stressor we’re in.
The stressor we’ll be dealing with is the stressor. The stressor we’ll be dealing with is the stressor. The stressor is the thing that makes this spiral happen. We need to know the stressor as well as the goal, and how to stay focused on that and not spiral down into negative behaviors.
The spiral is not something that you can “snap” as you go. The fact is that you can snap as you go, but you can also be in a spiral and not snap. So you have these two types of spiraling. If spiral means to fall back down into a pit of negativity and to never look up again, then a spiral can go both ways. The spiral can be a positive spiral and vice versa.
It’s not just that spiraling is not desirable. It’s also not something that you can snap as you go. A person can spiral down because, hey, I’m not very good at spiraling, so I’ll never be good at it. It’s a part of who we are, and a part of growing and learning. So the spiral is something you can and should learn how to control.
It’s true that spiraling is a negative thing. You can spiral down, and you can spiral up, but the difference is you can spiral back down to the same level if you chose. A person can spiral to the same level of negativity if they choose. A person can spiral down (or up) because it is part of who they are. A person can spiral into the pits of negativity if they choose.