I Feel Passionately Sea Sick
Countless as the sands of the sea are human passions.
- Nikolai Gogol (1809-1852)
I Feel Passionately Sea Sick
Inspired by Nikolai Gogol (1809-1852)'s quote, "Countless as the sands of the sea are human passions". The titled responsion is
Millions of as the sands of the sea are human passions, but the sands of your mind, when they become too large, are more than that. They can crush you into the dust before you know it.
So if you have been living a lie, in truth you were never truthful with yourself. Life was never meant to be this way. Life is meant to be joyous, meaningful, and meaningful. But it's not always easy.
One day you wake up and realize you don't care about what you do. There's no purpose in life. One day you wake up, realize that you're sick, and you wish for death. One day you wake up, realize that your life is ending, and you wish for something that will make it easier for you to die. You're sick, tired, miserable, and you just want something else to live for.
Why should anyone continue to live a lie, for the rest of their lives? If you believe in yourself and who you are, then why wouldn't you be happy and satisfied? If you've been living on a lie, your friends and family probably do too. But if you think about it, you know that they have lived for a long time.
So when you start realizing that this isn't your life, it is more than just a passing phase of your life. It is a life-time experience that you want to live every moment of. It is an addiction. If you haven't been honest with yourself, then it is an addiction. If you have been living a lie, then it's an addiction. If you're not living a lie, then it's an addiction.
Your addiction to lying to yourself isn't any different from an addiction to smoking or an addiction to alcohol. Addiction has nothing to do with reason. Addiction has everything to do with feelings. The truth is irrelevant. It's the feelings that matter, and if you believe that your feelings are more important than the truth, then you're living a lie.
Your addiction is destroying your life. You don't deserve to live another day. So what do you do? There is only one answer. Get help. Seek out help.
The best way to get help for your addiction to lying to yourself is to seek help. Don't be ashamed to get help for your addiction. Your addiction to lying to yourself has destroyed so many other lives. Don't allow it to destroy yours. You deserve to live a life that makes a difference in the world.
When you are lying to yourself, you're hurting your life and others. You're living a lie and hurting other people because of that. It's destroying the relationships you have with people and your own life. You can't live with yourself.
The only person who can tell you whether or not you have an addiction to lying to yourself is yourself. If you lie to yourself about a situation, it means that you aren't the person you say you are. or aren't the person you want to be. If you lie to yourself about your relationships, it means that you're putting yourself in situations where you can't deal with them.
When you stop lying to yourself, you are living a life where you can deal with all the situations and emotions without putting yourself in harm's way. You can enjoy the good times you've had and the wonderful memories of your past and enjoy the good times you've had because you've taken responsibility for them. You don't have to live a life that is ruined by an addiction to lying to yourself. You can create your own happiness. You can choose your own happiness, and be the person you say you are.
You can take control of your life and take back what is yours by seeking help. You can start living a life where you have something to look forward to and a life where others recognize you for the person you are. You can find help for your addiction to lie to yourself by asking for help. by seeking help.
I have written this for you because you deserve to have a life that matters and is worth living. instead of living a life that just exists.