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    Quote Originally Posted by Donna Cecilia View Post
    I realized that.

    But there are also those who disagree agree with that statement, and I´m glad to have discovered them.
    I wasn't aware I was so unpopular UNTIL I came to this site LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habba View Post
    Only SJs say that.


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    SJs- how aware are you of your feelings? For example- you are working a job, and you aren't happy, but you don't realize you aren't happy because you aren't in touch with your emotions. You figure it's something that you will work through and will be okay in the end.

    Does this sound familiar?

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    It sounds as familiar as the story of my life.

    My unhappiness manifests in lack of motivation, when I notice that is when I know that I need to change something (job, studies, boyfriends).

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    Many times I'll realize my feelings, but not talk about them or show them. I prefer to work them out by reflecting, and if they're strong feelings while I'm upset, it means I need to be alone for a while to try to take out my anger in a safe way.

    I think that even if I were unhappy at my job or any kind of work, I wouldn't quit because I would feel like I failed at performing the duties of completing whatever task is at hand. It would take something drastic to make me quit a job, I think that it comes from my never wanting to admit failure. To me, that has always been my downfall; getting committed to a job that I don't want to do, but feel I have to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PwnedSandMonster View Post
    I think that even if I were unhappy at my job or any kind of work, I wouldn't quit because I would feel like I failed at performing the duties of completing whatever task is at hand. It would take something drastic to make me quit a job, I think that it comes from my never wanting to admit failure. To me, that has always been my downfall; getting committed to a job that I don't want to do, but feel I have to do.
    Been there before. Until I learnt that my mental health cannot be bought by any salary, no matter how good. I had to do nasty jobs, too. And leaving them was no failure to me. It was liberating. I could focus on the things I really like to do.

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    Hmmm, that makes sense. I've been working on learning how to say "no" to things, and I think that will help me be a happier person

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    SJs- how aware are you of your feelings? For example- you are working a job, and you aren't happy, but you don't realize you aren't happy because you aren't in touch with your emotions. You figure it's something that you will work through and will be okay in the end.

    Does this sound familiar?
    Uhh, because I'm an SJ, I'm a zombie? Wow.

    My feelings provide information about my personal state. If I'm not acting on it, there's usually a better reason why than "I'm not in touch with my feelings."


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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    Uhh, because I'm an SJ, I'm a zombie? Wow.

    My feelings provide information about my personal state. If I'm not acting on it, there's usually a better reason why than "I'm not in touch with my feelings."

    Not at all Raz.

    I mean you don't pay attention to your feelings because you are more motivated by logic, as we are prone to do.

    Calm down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donna Cecilia View Post
    It sounds as familiar as the story of my life.

    My unhappiness manifests in lack of motivation, when I notice that is when I know that I need to change something (job, studies, boyfriends).


    I've learned this through 2 major events where I didn't realize it until I did some damage. If I would have known, I could have made a decision before a decision was forced on me.

    I'm currently experiencing a familiar feeling of lack of motivation, and I know what I have to do- ROLL OUT!

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