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    Why am I so fucking nonathletic? I told myself I had to train up so I can outrun the 2012 tidal waves and volcanoes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post


    i always had a similar idea, of everyone watching your life after you die. and all that truth being exposed. it's sort of a compelling idea in that auto-wreck, you-can't-look-away kind of way.
    dear god... if that happened I'd have to kill myself if I weren't already dead!
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    I just want everyone on the internet to see the unorthodox methods of self-improvement displayed in this thread.

    Keep this on the top as long as possible
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    Quote Originally Posted by FunnyDigestion View Post
    I just want everyone on the internet to see the unorthodox methods of self-improvement displayed in this thread.

    Keep this on the top as long as possible
    I can see where internally saying "this is a problem" with some emotional impact behind it will have more force and motivation than a simple objective, detached analysis.. so long as we don't actually berate ourselves for our faults to the point that we don't do anything about them.


    Circumstances have led me to the conclusion that I need some particular consistency--namely, eating at least one meal at a consistent time every evening. That doesn't sound so hard, but.. ugh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    I can see where internally saying "this is a problem" with some emotional impact behind it will have more force and motivation than a simple objective, detached analysis.. so long as we don't actually berate ourselves for our faults to the point that we don't do anything about them.
    To me it's connected to fixing your own problems. I've always heard that anger is precious, & self-loathing, self-torment, those are forms of anger, directed inward. There's a lot to be said for beating your own self to the punch as far as realizing your errors.

    Like the saddest protagonist in cinema, Jerry Lundegaard from Fargo-- he doesn't deal with any problems because he's never upset enough by them to be frantic, so he spends the entire movie standing to the side & watching things snowball, holding his tongue. & in the end when he finally takes action it's too late. of course he's not a sympathetic character to begin with, but the lesson's there.
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