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Who or what is my scapegoat?

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From "100 Of The Most Powerful Questions You Can Ask Yourself"

Nothing has the power to completely alter perspective and therefore your thoughts and actions and life quite like a question. Inquiry leads to understanding. The quality of the answers we arrive at, correspond directly to the quality of question we ask. The better the question, the better the answer. One of the most important things to realize about a question is that a person learns far, far more from the process and work involved in answering a question than from the answer itself. This is why spiritual teachers throughout history (including myself) have tended to pose so many questions to their students rather than to simply offer a direct answer. For this reason, I have selected a collection of 100 of the most powerful questions that you can ask yourself.

Make sure to take time to carefully consider each question that is posed in order to meaningfully answer them. And don’t forget to come back to these questions again and again throughout your life, especially whenever you are feeling stuck, because the answers will most likely change over the course of your life and also cause you to change your course in life.

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My attachments because I felt So isolated growing up and having healed it’s still a big part of my growing process. But no longer do I use these things as scape goats. I feel like there’s no other way but up to keep going and I’ll never stop.

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My scapegoat is my workload! I now realize, I hide under the fact that I am overworking, that I have a lot of burden, so much things on my shoulder... to escape from social circumstances / situations / conflicts 🙂 
Example "Aaah, I couldn't call you because it's crazy at work and it completely slipped my mind" --> In reality I don't want to call them, because I'm not able to set up good boundaries, or manage social conflicts. 🙂 
But it's really convinient, because people not only forgive the fact that I wasn't there for them, but also sympathize and leave me alone 🙂

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