[vc_row padding_top=”0px” padding_bottom=”0px”][vc_column fade_animation_offset=”45px” width=”2/3″ id=”” class=”post-content” style=””][text_output]There was a young girl who grew up in a wealthy rural area. Her father was one of the wealthiest and most respected businessmen in that area. Whenever she went to school, the teachers and even the principal would come to HER and greet her. Because her father was such a powerful man, people would always make an effort to come and greet her before she could get a chance to. It soon became a normal and expected thing for people to treat her this way.

As she grew, she eventually had to attend a university far away from home where nobody knew her or her father. It was strange, but she started to feel miserable and didn’t understand why. She soon realized that nobody acknowledged her: nobody was making an effort to greet her. At no time did she try to be a princess and it never occurred to her that she was naturally living with that mindset.

Even today, many boys and girls grow up being trained to think this way. The reality is very different, but in their minds, they consider themselves important: like princes or princesses. We all effectively learn to over evaluate ourselves and the difference between fiction and reality creates stress.

In our minds, we may see ourselves in some aspect, as a 7 or 8 (on a scale of 1-10), when we may actually be a 3. If someone treats us below the standard that we have established in our own minds, we become miserable without understanding why, just like this girl.

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