LOGIC: PARTS: I am. I think. You think. Not. A) You think I am (I am not). B) I think I am (I am not). C) I think (you think (I am)). Manage

LOGIC:
PARTS:
I am.
I think.
You think.
Not.
A) You think I am (I am not).
B) I think I am (I am not).
C) I think (you think (I am)).

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I am not who you think I am; I am not who I think I am; I am who I think you think I am.

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It means: I don’t care what you think I am.

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True but at some point, you grow past needing to roleplay, unless one actually believes the hype about you from others.

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Part of a healthy self-esteem is NOT being controlled by public whim. When it is, “the mean girls win” as it were.

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Some people are probably impossible to escape from. Too far back in personal history.

Family is prime example.

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Another example is an old group of friends.

A lot of that is falling into old habits, rereading old scripts, responding in patterned ways.

You can break past it but it takes having a solid sense of self and old friends + family can find the cracks you missed very easily.

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If they have, then they’ve fallen into delusion. The role became them. Sad, really.

Adam West + that Captain Kirk guy always impressed me in that they freely mock this phenomenon by acting PRECISELY as anticipated, but you can see that twinkle in the eye: they’re onto us more than we to them.

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Absolutely. It’s like being unable to look at the back of my head right now or inside of my stomach. Can’t see every perspective and belief fills in that gap.

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