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Am I the last one here to see “rocketman?” probably. (if not, go! It’s compelling. And there is nothing else to see!) from what I’ve heard from friends, I suspect I’m the only one to have this reaction: I saw the film as a kid triumphing over child good ways to make money fast abuse. Consider: elton john’s father gave new meaning to “remote” — he refused to hug his son. His mother was obsessed with beauty and boyfriends. Elton was lucky: although his parents ignored him, his grandmother cared. She got him to a conservatory, where his genius as a pianist was recognized and nurtured. Later, his meteoric success made him vulnerable to sex, drugs and alcohol. But as we see in the rehab scenes, the real wounds occurred in childhood. I think that’s universal. The minute I saw that lost little boy I sensed good ways to make money fast this movie would have me sobbing; I knew that boy, I was that boy. Not because I was abused. I wasn’t. Not because I was remarkably talented. I’m not. But I wanted desperately to please my parents. To do that, I had to suppress my own values and adopt theirs. And their values worked; at a tender age, I was successful. It took me a lifetime to grow up and become good ways to make money fast myself. This is alice miller territory…

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If so, she got a surprise. Right in the beginning, alice miller says this is a personal book, more about herself than a theory of psychoanalysis. But she doesn’t talk about herself as a compliant child who became good ways to make money fast “inauthentic” to please her parents — she describes this process as “abuse.” not because she was beaten — she wasn’t. But because “I had no choice but to comply totally with the good ways to make money fast needs and feelings of my mother and to ignore my good ways to make money fast own.” the result, she says, was a powerful repression that kept her from knowing the good ways to make money fast truth about herself — for decades.

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If so, you might ask yourself if you fit on miller’s grid of pathology. Do you feel depressed, lonely, fearful of losing everything? And, on the flip side, do you suffer from grandiosity — that is, a need for approval based only on accomplishment? Are you a perfectionist? Do you envy others? Are you oversensitive? Restless? Passionate about an ideology? Do you loathe those who are weaker than you? If so, congratulations — according to alice miller, you have achieved the “inauthentic” self that will keep the cycle of “abuse” going indefinitely.

Miller is not of great help in this; her contribution lies in her view of the problem. And you would do well to avoid her later writing good ways to make money fast — from here, it looks as if she comes to see “abuse” in every childhood. So read “drama of the gifted child,” pen in hand, for the big insights and the telling stories of the good ways to make money fast childhoods of ingmar bergman, balzac and henry moore.

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“the cliche is that life is a mountain. You go up, reach the top and then go down. To me, life is going up until you are burned by flames. Life is an accomplishment, and each moment has a meaning and you must use good ways to make money fast it. Life is given to you like a flat piece of good ways to make money fast land and everything has to be done. I hope that when I am finished, my piece of land will be a beautiful garden, so there is a lot of work.”

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