Title of Article - *Never Show You Are Hurt*
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Never Show You Are Hurt
~ by Jan Tincher

Copyright © Jan Tincher - All Rights reserved

Never show you are "hurt".  (Hurt, meaning sick, aching, or in
pain.) You know why? Because, then, your "hurt" is out there
for all to see.

Is that bad?


It's important to know which reactions you want, because if the
reaction you want is sympathy, that's probably what you are
going to get -- that's a person's normal reaction to seeing
someone hurt or in pain.. But, why would you want sympathy?
Does it help you get better? No.  Why?  Because it keeps your
mind on the problem.

NOTE: I'm not saying don't tell anyone.  If you can't figure out
a problem, only go to sources that can help you.  If you are sick,
go to a doctor.

Now, if your brain thinks in pictures -- which it does -- and the
picture you see or project is "hurt", then you have to change the
picture. If you send out to the universe "hurt" by telling people,
who by the way tell other people,  who by the way tell other
people, and on and on, then that's what the universe sends back.
The more you talk about whatever is hurting you, the more you
are focusing on it, the more you are encouraging the "hurt" to

Some people think the more you talk about hurt, anger, lack,
the more you are handling it. That isn't true. The more you talk
about it -- whatever "it" is -- the more you attract "it".
Remember this forever: The more you say it, the more you think
it, the more you attract it.

I'm not saying that if you don't talk about it, it will go away. I
am saying the more you talk or think about it, the more you
attract it. If you talk about it, you portray the "victim" persona.
You are not a victim when you take charge of your life.

One way to start taking charge of your life is to take time to
visualize, every day. Visualize wellness spiritually, socially,
financially, physically, and emotionally. When your brain sees
wellness daily (by your visualizing), your body AND your life
have no choice but to respond to that picture.  Which is fantastic.

Please. Make it a point to take charge of your life. And if you
agree with this philosophy, never show you are hurt.

Good luck!

Thanks for reading,


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