The repeated now syndrome

Postby Molino » Sat Dec 21, 2019 10:05 pm

Either as a result of failure to attain puberty, or made worse by a half-attained one, the adolescent engages in a series of now's. As an event proceeds, he lags behind, as if his momentum in a train was slower than the train itself, which creates a motion backwards thru the train (the event) till he is spat out to an island of no surroundings. Here the person observes but no longer participates. This can result in withdrawal or rebooting
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Postby Molino » Sat Dec 21, 2019 10:07 pm

This is an insight I've had about my own life experience. It's be grateful for any response
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Sun Dec 22, 2019 1:20 am

Molino wrote:This is an insight I've had about my own life experience. It's be grateful for any response


The insight sounds like a complicated way of saying:

@puberty you noticed that you are not making the progress you want or think you should make.

This most likely was in comparison to other kids the same age. They progressed or achieved in comparison to you.

Eventually you lost motivation.

The others...your peer group continued on...while you remained unmotivated and became more isolated.
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Postby Molino » Sun Dec 22, 2019 8:05 am

I totally agree with you. It's really useful to air one's beliefs, to realise they are a bit twisted when kept unshared.

I meant also to say that the result of not making headway in adolescence, in my case, had resulted in approaching things lightly as I knew there would be failure in engagement. Engaging for a few minutes before disappointment
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