People Are Not Attached to Their Pain – Mental Health

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People are not attached to their pain – It's a common belief in the spiritual, self help and mental health field that people are attached to their pain. But that is not actually true.

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  1. Depending on the amount of scorpio in your chart the pain may be more attached to you than you to it.

    You above most should know dear queen. Wishing you the neat.

  2. I needed this so much. For so many years I heard this and I felt even more crazy and more alone.

    • ☝️ 👍 Thank-you Miss Swan. I’ve heard that for years only said a little differently.

  3. You hit home here. Negativity. My two deceased parents and so many others. That’s a very nice blouse you are wearing in this video. Have a good week. 🙂 XO

  4. Thank you Teal. I was one of those who believed that some people love being in pain and they don’t want to release it. I appreciate this insight.

  5. I have had chronic pain all my life but my twin sister has not. I believe it’s due to a spinal tap that was given to me at birth, plus trauma, abuse, injuries, and then add the ensuing mental anguish. It made me suicidal for decades. I hid it from everyone (even my sister) as best I could until I couldn’t. I didnt understand it and neither did anyone around me nor the drs I sought treatment from. The nights of crying myself to sleep, screaming at myself internally to get it together, going on long drives & imagining my death in every detail are finally over. I have employed many tactics to keep my sanity. Self medicating, making drastic changes, using EFT, meditation, accepting that something is seriously wrong with me, improving my diet, stopping all pills & dr intervention, prayer. Ive told myself to make friends with my pain, embrace it, celebrate it. Altho that might seem counterintuitive it has helped my mind. I still struggle daily but life is so much better now and I dont suffer with suicidal tendencies, debilitating stomachaches, or chronic infections/sickness anymore.👍😁

    • Marjorie is a whiner and a complainer and no one wants to be around her bc she is awful. I know many ppl like her.

    • Mitch doesn’t care about anyone. He is a child. He is a horrible negative person and no one wants to be around him.

    • Sorry, no matter what you do…as an adult those ppl can’t be helped bc they don’t want to be helped. Can’t you see, they have become who they are. It’s their identity now. I feel for the teenager, she could be helped as she ages.

    • Hi! That is so wonderful how you have survived all that. Have you tried craniosacral therapy or think you could still need it? It’s a good way to help to release trauma from the body, as it assists the bodys natural healing. It is possible to reach the traumas in our body all the way back to the time of being in the womb. Helped me, when I had pains, difficulty to ground into my body, and I also had a birth trauma affecting me.

  6. Thank you so much Teal! This is exactly what I needed! Whenever I deal with crisis, often times ppl would tell me to change myself and do something about it, but when I say I can’t or I don’t want to, they blame me for “liking my pain”. This makes me wonder whether if I really have a problem. Watching this makes me realize why I cope with things the way I do, and I finally feel like someone understands what I’m going through!

  7. Thank you Teal. Your book completion process is slowly changing me. Thank you ♥️

  8. I can relate! I went through a lot of emotional pain growing up, and I kept it inside.

  9. I’ve been learning this the past year. I have dealt with depression/ suicidal tendencies most of my life, and working to transform and move out of these cycles, the realization of “who am I without these aspects?” keeps surfacing which can keep you in that “comfort zone” even if your comfort zone is deep depression and suicide ideation.

    • Excellent post, well done you for transforming and moving “out of these cycles” as you say…. Wishing you the best for the happy future you’re creating/causing 🙏🏻

  10. Teal. You continue to amaze me at your way of integrating all things. I have been labeled as being addicted to pain …addicted to lack. This shift in awareness is so loving and feels like truth in my body. Appreciate you so much.

  11. I identify myself with Justin so much, when I was a little girl I didn’t have the right to express myself without been severely punished but I had feelings that needed to be express and it was destroying me from the interior so I began to self harm in order to cope with my pain, I stopped eating, drinking and began cutting myself but the adults in my life radically refuse to see their responsibility in the situations and kept blaming and guiltriping me which increase my internal pain more and pushes me to self harm even more to cope but eventually when I became an adult I was force to accept the futility of the situation that is, if these people really wanted to see my reality they would have already done it. All I wanted was to express myself and speak my truth and be loved for who I was and the inability of this people to see my reality nearly killed me and self harm was my way to cope (or hence I would have committed suicide) Now I accept the painful reality that if I want freedom to be myself, I should just meet people who are capable of giving me this freedom instead of stupidly waiting for emotionally abusive people to give it to me just to be deceived again and again, I stopped self harming myself because now I can live and accept my internal pain and reality, thing that I was not capable of doing when I was a child cause it would have destroyed me

  12. I feel this on multiple levels. My mother and I both have chronic pain, and I think there is a level of attachment because without it, we would work ourselves to death and say no to no one. My pain keeps people and their expectations at a distance and makes me feel justified asking for help. I fear that I would be expected to do everything for everyone if I felt well and were physically fit enough to do so.

    I’ve also recently learned about deep adaptation, which those around me consider negative. I feel like accepting and adapting to a world in which we’ve failed to fix the effects of technology with other technology is just a wise thing to do, but people think I’m a doomer. In my mind, I’ve just found a path that gives me hope in a hopeless time.

    • As someone with chronic pain I would suggest keeping strong boundaries. 🌟Maybe if you see that you can keep your word to yourself and keep your boundaries – you might get better to an extent because your body knows you will respect it.

  13. @Teal Swan Beautiful wisdom. Straight forward, simply put for people who have never delved underneath the surface of cause and effect. Having studied this for 40 plus years, and being intuitive, it’s been an amazing field of study. We can go to the moon but humans still are barely scratching the surface of body, mind, and spirit… the 3-legged milk stool.

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  14. This is exactly what I recognize is happening internally is that the issue is that it feels like the only way to be cared for is in pain or some medical emergency.

    The distress of those things is sooo not wanted.

    But yet my inner child or whatever is like, “Yeah but the other options suck more and Theyre going to be more painful.”.

    Me: (… O_O omg Please stop!)

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  15. This is very enlightening. Coincidentally, I was telling myself lately that “I am attached to my pain”, but now I understand that I was simply trying to avoid more pain. Thank you, Teal.

  16. I believe you. I am somebody most people would call a negative Nellie. At the same time I know people whose lives are based on past pains, I think you ultimately have to want too change yourself. You can’t drag everyone down with you. Hard love, I know but truly the change comes from within.

  17. Thank you for this! This is incredibly synchroic! I am facing a situation which is EXACTLY as the ones described! Thank you for this insight and many blessings!

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