Trapped

Unless we abide by the terms of our conditions of self- worth, we cannot look upon ourselves in a positive manner.
Individuals who have come to this conclusion must begin to avoid certain behaviors and/or attitudes, regardless of how satisfying they may otherwise be. —-therefore, we can no longer function in full freedom.  He/she must judge and weigh their behaviors closely, and so, he/she are prevented from fully developing or self actualization, because certain behaviors can no longer be expressed.—-In a sense, We inhibit our own development by having to live within the confines of our own conditions of self-worth.
With this in mind, we have trapped ourselves to our own conditions of self-worth.  We restrain our own development by having to live within the confines of our own conditions of self-worth.  We must excel to a higher standard of excellence!

GENR8NX

Sam R Ford BSW, MSP, CDCA

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About GENR8NX

I am a 54 year old male who has spent twenty years of his life in prison and I have now gone on to obtain a Bachelor of Social Work degree (BSW) and my Master of Science in Psychology degree (MSP) I have dedicated my life to helping others to gain a better insight on how to better respond to the vicissitudes of life. I have changed my life by giving my life to Christ. There is no other way I want to live the rest of my life, and that is assisting with opening the eyes of other ex-offenders, while sharing the Wisdom, Knowledge, and Understanding of what it really means to live Free and Well after a life of being in prison.
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