What is Friedathewriter.com?
Friedathewriter.com was created after the release of my first book "The Journey of an Unraveled Road." Which tells the story about the immoral actions in adversity I was facing living and working in Houston. With a surprising outcome when I began to start talking myself into standing versus talking myself out of standing up for myself. But something else was revealed when I began working on resolving my unresolved issues and gaining the self-reassurance needed to pivot into a writing career. Which began when I choose to go against social normal standards. And embrace my authentic and unique originality. It also instilled empathy, revealing that we all share the same pains and insecurities, as this deflection is used to avoid from being vulnerable that were gained by inherited conditioning, social conditioning, and the events that create traumas.
The blogs, books, and literature featured on friedathewriter.com are created to inspire and provide insight through personal experience, shared anonymous experiences, and the origin of where these negative perceptions of ourselves stem from. Providing stories such as "The Rideshare Chronicle Series," which addresses the social and the self-conflicting dilemmas gained in traumatic life events. Providing the reasons why we need to stop being hard on ourselves, how to identify toxic behaviors, and ways to establish and set boundaries in social interactions. As these toxic behaviors and unrealistic perceptions are the reasons that prevent you from finding yourself. Giving the actions that worked for others and myself.In hopes that those fighting to heal rise like the phoenix that we are all destined to be.
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Have you ended up being so overwhelmed with negative emotion that you just wanted to stop? So you treat yourself to something that would lift your spirits. Whether it be hanging out with friends, going for retail therapy, eating at your favorite restaurant, or buy that fancy bottle of liquor? Only to later realize that you might have gone a little overboard due to the severity of circumstance you were working through? I think we have all been there. In those moments when you have gone overboard, was it an independent choice? Or was it a choice you made with a bit of influence? Regardless of the situation, you made a choice. Which in many cases, you may have needed the distraction to take your mind off of things. So you can go back into them with a clear mind and less resentment that makes you want to say, “fuck this shit!” In many cases, it’s a personal choice. But in other situations, the influence is created by intimidation, peer pressure, and persuasiveness. If the person being influenced doesn’t know how to say no. It not only can cause conflicts in the present, but long term can be the reason why you also might be what’s validating your insecurities and your misperception of your true self.
And Avoid repeating the same mistakes Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn what makes us creatures of habit Remember
In psychosexual development, which is the basis that creates our IDs. We begin to use our unconscious minds to make decisions based on experiences and other factors in our thought process and decision-making. When faced with certain situations, our defense mechanism begins to take over, relying on the pleasure principle, which can replace these undesirable feelings. During my moment of feeling insufficient, doubtful, hopeless, and felt lost control, one of the common things relied one