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Why am i so vulnerable
By M.Farouk Radwan, MSc.
why am i so vulnerable
Ever wondered why you are so vulnerable to life problems?
In this article i will answer all of these questions and tell you do you feel so vulnerable.
This is why you are vulnerable
The first thing you need to know about emotions is that they grow exponentially when two of them are added together.
This means that facing a problem at school and another problem at home will result in multiplying your bad emotions instead of just adding them together.
In my book, The ultimate guide to getting over depression i said that having one or more unsolved problems will make you much more vulnerable to new ones.
If at a certain point of your life you had 2 problems and at a second point you had four then you will be much more vulnerable to life events at the second point compared to the first.
How to stop being vulnerable
ever wondered Why do very tiny things piss you off?
If you want to stop being vulnerable then you need to work on fixing your existing problems, changing your reality and creating a better life.
Don't fall in the trap of focusing on the certain situations that made you feel vulnerable because its your life problems that made you feel bad after all.
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