Different in a good way – in Inka’s own words

From Mad in Finland: Feel openly and celebrate feelings. Believe it or not, they are allowed. Heavy and difficult feelings are difficult, but it’s still much better to feel them too than to feel nothing. Getting to know yourself is also important, both giving and receiving positive feedback. When flattened, it is more difficult to push. Aim for people who accept you as you are and give positive feedback and affirm you. Very extraordinary people have always been misunderstood, but only extraordinary people can do great things.

Read the original article here and the English translation here.

 

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  1. I agree, “Very extraordinary people have always been misunderstood, but only extraordinary people can do great things.”

    Although in the US, this means we have a problem. I asked a US psychologist why a school social worker would lie to me, and attempt to get her grubby little hands on my brilliant child, who’d just gotten 100% on his state standardized tests.

    That psychologist had the gall to tell me such social worker’s misbehavior was acceptable, because the goal of “mental health” industry is to “maintain the status quo.”

    I’m quite certain neurotoxic poisoning the best and brightest American children is NOT good for America. And, since we all now live in a “pedophile empire,” I’m quite certain maintaining the “status quo” is bad for everyone … except the pedophiles, and the systemic child abuse and rape covering up “mental health” system… and their child abuse covering up pastor and bishop “partners,” who profiteer off of owning the hospitals.

    https://www.amazon.com/Pedophilia-Empire-52-book-series/dp/B07THDK6MV
    https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2019/01/23/18820633.php?fbclid=IwAR2-cgZPcEvbz7yFqMuUwneIuaqGleGiOzackY4N2sPeVXolwmEga5iKxdo
    https://www.madinamerica.com/2016/04/heal-for-life/
    https://books.google.com/books?id=xI01AlxH1uAC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad
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