A lot of choices I've made in my life were made from assumptions I made in childhood. The assumptions were made in order to survive. Most of them were unconscious at the time. A large part of my life was spent asking "Why am I here?," "What is life all about?," "Why don't I fit in?," "Who am I?," or "Isn't there more than this?" Since starting my own journey toward becoming self-aware, I realized that many of these childhood assumptions were only illusions or constructs of my mind. I find many people are not aware that the choices they made in their own childhoods are effecting them now. They're twisting in the wind, making decisions based on what they think they "should do." When we do so, we negate our own reality by being more worried about what others think of us. In doing so, we oppress our own desires, talents, thoughts, feelings, and passions out of fear of the reactions of others or how we assume others will react. This site is to help you remember the real you. I hope what I post will help.
Daniel James Wilson