The Truth About NATLFED

June 2, 2013

The Janus Problem

Filed under: Cult,NATLFED,Politics,Uncategorized — ghostwriter1984 @ 10:11

No, we just want to talk about looking back at the past and looking to the future here.  There’s nothing here for Greek mythology researchers.

One of the primary problems of recovery victims is the constant doom of always looking back and getting mired in regret.  True, at some point you have to deal with those issues, but to some people they get so bogged down in it that it hampers the recovery process.

Someone once told me to “not get over it” because of something that I was supposed to have done and that person was going to make me remember it.  Wow, sounds like someone trying to implant a false memory via cyberspace.

There is kinship between memory and perception.  We can remember the same incident but our perception of that incident might very well be radically different.  Thus the infamous arguments between former insiders that lead to poisonous posts.

At some point, though, you have to look to the future.  You’re out, you’re hurting, now what?  Who burned the bridge?  Should it be rebuilt to go back?  Or is it a revolving door?  What may be helpful for one person isn’t necessarily helpful for someone else.

You can’t see where you’re going if you’re always looking backwards.


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