posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 04:34 PM
I am curious to understand exactly how to deal with aggravation. It is the thing that can blindside in an argument because even though I may have a
correct outline of represented facts it is the simple persistence in creating friction to go against what I am requesting that a person wants to
demonstrate in order to show the lack of respect, usually leading to a psychological reaction and sometimes emotional. At first I didn't even know
people would be inspired to do that. I wanted to react as if 'a person goes against my requests than I will treat them the same and reflect their
actions back like a mirror,' as if I had no better opportunity at the moment. Then it turns into a vicious cycle where they keep on doing things that
you ask them not to do, the persistent little things that add up over time. It appears that just because antagonizing someone is a possible aspect of
reality there a people willing to do it.
I was aggravated with termites for a short bit. I realized at some point though my aggravation wasn't killing the termites...it was killing me. I
could still kill the termites without being aggravated about them...which I did...and they are no more.
For me sometimes it seems aggravation and anger are merely a symptom of resistance...resisting the existence of something so heavily I mentally and
physically get obsessed with it. Sometimes to the point the original problem wasn't as big of a problem as my attitude towards the problem had
Also the idea that the perceived problem will exist/persist forever unless you freak out about it and get angry...oddly enough the epiphany that
freaking out and getting angry doesn't help...usually doesn't come till AFTER you freak out and get angry...ironic isn't it lol...
5-10-2013 by Sly1one because: (no reason given)
edit on 5-10-2013 by Sly1one because: (no reason given)