Don’t worry though, it’s not your fault that... - Deepstash

Don’t worry though, it’s not your fault that your upbringing makes you fear suffering. The odds are stacked against us when it comes to this truth. From a young age you were taught to focus on getting good grades in school instead of being kind to others . Learning to compete with your peers taught you the feelings of fear and contempt as a child, and you’ve known them too well ever since.


221 reads




Introverted Extravert

A Return To Love - Book Summary

The idea is part of this collection:

How to Feel Better About Yourself

Learn more about motivationandinspiration with this collection

How to practice self-compassion

How to identify and challenge negative self-talk

How to build self-confidence

Related collections

Similar ideas

Choose to Take The Responsibility

Jocko Willinck’s idea of Extreme Ownership says in every situation, rather than choose to be a victim and blame others for your suffering, you decide to take responsibility for whatever happens to you.

What Guilt-tripping Is

What Guilt-tripping Is

Guilt-tripping is an indirect approach to communication. Even when you’ve done nothing wrong, the other person might imply the situation is somehow your fault. They make their unhappiness clear and leave it to you to find a way of fixing the problem.

If you feel guilty abo...

Healing and Integration of Parentification

Healing and Integration of Parentification

There are many to recovery for a young adult or adult who has been parentified as a child:

  • Tell your story! Acknowledgment of reality is the first step to healing. You are accepting not the injustice, but the truth of your story.
  • Challenging yourself to connect with others a...

Read & Learn

20x Faster





Personalized microlearning

100+ Learning Journeys

Access to 200,000+ ideas

Access to the mobile app

Unlimited idea saving

Unlimited history

Unlimited listening to ideas

Downloading & offline access

Supercharge your mind with one idea per day

Enter your email and spend 1 minute every day to learn something new.


I agree to receive email updates