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#202A  CAUTIOUS PROCESSING 

Metaphorically my mindspace contains unfamiliar, potentially unfriendly, dangerous places, so I’m cautious. I draw out as much information from it as I can, and perhaps am not as “giving back” as some. I often feel unsettled, stressed, anxious. My caution is due to past a) unpleasant, distressing sensory experiences, and b) physical and emotional stress caused by hurtful incidents or encounters.  Given my self concept and memories, with my fear of a) and b) not surprisingly I sometimes feel angry and mean. Meditation, positive thinking, counseling, friends, etc. help me cope with negative emotions.

More Information About This Worldview Theme--note this table is under construction, last update: October 2020

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the theme is paired with: #202B Relaxed, Generous, Loving to make Choice #14    in the Choices We Make cards 

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Wikipedia articles related to this theme:

Anxiety Pain Negative Affectivity
Fear Resentment Dukkha (Buddhist concept of pain, suffering)

 worldview internal inconsistency related: Strongly valuing this theme and any of the themes in the list below is a contradiction:

#16B   The Golden Rule, Village Ethic of Mutual Help #17B Gratitude & Forgiveness   #18A   Passionately Impulsive   #24B Creative Expression
#28A   Hedonistic Orientation #32B Culture of Tolerance  #38   Love As Family Glue   #102B Easy-Going, Disorderly, Cavalier
#103B Celebrating Team Accomplishments    
   

More to Explore -- Worldview Theme #202A: Cautious Processing

"The Biology of Fear" by Jenna Hajny  (from Total Wellness magazine April 17 2020
“What Happens in the Brain When We Feel Fear” by Arash Javanbakht and Linda Saab (article in Smithsonian magazine October 27 2017)
Fear, Anger and Resentment Are Slowly Killing You by Brian Brewington (Nov 2017 blog)
Anxiety Disorders (from National Institute of Mental Health)
Overcoming Fear of Failure  (from Mindtools site)
The Paradox of Avoiding Emotional Pain By Roger McFilin  (on Center for Integrated Behavioral Health site Feb 25 2014)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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