Self Imposed Victimization : I Know It Has Have More Free Time On My Hands

1238 Words Sep 18th, 2015 5 Pages
Hi guys.

I know it has been a while since I have put anything up and I am sorry for that. I was in college, I just graduated and now have more free time on my hands.

There is a topic I have wanted to talk about for a while now. I am still not sure how it will go over but I want to break it down and put it out there regardless.

That topic revolves around this idea of self-imposed victimization.

I feel like there is no accurate way I can describe how this makes me feel, all I know is it is negative. I have no sympathy people who shut themselves up inside a box and intentionally isolate themselves. I have no words of comfort for those who pursue dangerous people and situations, knowing full well the danger they are putting themselves in, and then cry after everything has been said and done. I see no reason to spend time with those who look for reasons to be upset, instead of trying to understand the people around them and the world they live in.

Allow me to explain.

It’s not like one person in my life does this, this is a large chunk of society now. I, personally, try to stay away from this as much as possible.

There are people who, despite having friends and family who care about them, intentionally isolate themselves. They turn to people who will fuel their delusions of neglect and persecution, generally someone who they almost never talk to, or haven’t seen in over 3 years, or someone they met through social media and only converse with via this network. Then the…

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