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How I Moved Beyond Feeling Like a Victim in Life With Dystonia

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The term “victim mentality” refers to people who blame someone or something else for the unpleasant things in their life. It helps us rationalize why we are not growing and moving forward. “Victim mentality” also applies to people who believe that undesirable life circumstances only yield negative outcomes.

Feeling like a victim is normal when diagnosed with a serious health condition, but it is self-destructive if we remain in this state of mind.

We can become isolated, depressed, bitter, angry, and resentful. This is exactly what happened to me in 2001 when I developed dystonia.

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