Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Coping Mechanism

Why when you reached a certain age, a certain part of your life becomes a source of annoyance and revolt?

Since to hate your past selves is practically self-loathing and the hatred is directionless since there is no empirical entity to place it upon, a coping mechanism is introduced.

Now you project your past lives to other people who happen to be, more or less, appear to be a resemblance of your past lives.

Coping mechanism kicks in and evidently you become annoyed - like somehow you brain is wired that way to just be annoyed.

And the painful part is, that annoyance serves as a painful reminder, you WERE that.

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