What to do when your job is a soul sucking vacuum

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Do you ever feel like clocking into your day job is the equivalent to sitting on a vacuum & letting it suck your soul straight out of your asshole?
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Dealing with Drama Cycles

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In complex and difficult social situations we default to one of three roles; prosecutor, rescuer or victim. These roles are not really who we are, but a kind of role play to deal with deep-seated beliefs about oneself yet to be accepted and transformed into mature forms of emotion.
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Ways You Avoid Living Your Best Life

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When you find yourself miles away from where you thought you’d be, first find compassion for yourself. The ego is a tricky thing to overcome and the harder you work at it the stronger it gets. Second, keep working on yourself. There is nothing worth your time more than investing in yourself. Personal development is more than learning to cope with negative emotions, heal from your past and develop a healthy lifestyle. It’s about peeling back the layers upon layers of self-deception you’ve crafted in order to be accepted, loved, valued or viewed a certain way. 
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Fighting Anger With Compassion

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As a kid, when I’d get angry instead of throwing a fuss I’d simply go silent. Lay myself on the damn floor like I was dead and sulk until the feeling passed. I handled anger in my adult years very similarly (minus the time I tore my slumlord a new asshole). I would shut down completely and avoid any means to communicate. Listening to the all the reasons my ego gave me that I was right and deserved an apology from whoever fucked up my vibe.
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Using Chaos to Improve Your Life

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When we realize that life is a game, we are able to bring an entirely new playfulness to our day. Becoming aware of the structures that are set up to make us feel unfulfilled, provides us with the opportunity to create a strategy. Instead of showing up with a fuck you mindset, play close attention to the conscious framework that has been designed to test you.
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