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Alice Unchained

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Jun 15, 2021
To me, having a strong sense of self means knowing who you are and knowing where the line is between yourself and others - not losing yourself in connection with someone else, or basing your identity on an incorrect impression of yourself. I think most people are both good and bad at this in their own way.
Incorrect impression of oneself is a very fluid concept. Sometimes, the belief that you are something that you are not can give you an extra edge to reach the unthinkable and become what you are not. That is, reaching your limitations in contrast to modern psychology that normalizes operating away from your psychological boundaries. But we are all works in progress according to biology and evolution. If you have reached the point of maturity, you reached the point of biological decay.