The entire #NIST series is a great read that covers many best practices and a reliable way to think about cybersecurity, continuous security monitoring, and catalogs of controls 💡 #slygittens#risk#riskmanagement
Sivuutan hieman pääaiheesta, joka kuitenkin liittyy epävakaaseen persoonallisuushäiriöön! Henkilö joka kärsii epävakaasta persoonallisuushäiriöstä, saattaa olla, ja onkin mieleltään ailahteleva ja impulsiivinen. Hänen on usein vaikea tehdä pitkän tähtäimen suunnitelmia elämäänsä koskien ja lyhyesti ajatellutkin saattaa muuttua.
Ihmissuhteet ovat lyhyitä ja saattavat vaihdella voimakkaasta ihailusta täydelliseen vähättelyyn. Myös identiteetti kärsii eikä seksuaalinen suuntautuminen ole aina selvillä henkilölle itselleenkään. Tämä ei kuitenkaan koske kaikkia. Jokainen oireilee omalla tavallaan ja joillekin seksuaalinen identiteetti on selvä homma. Minulla ei ollut 19 vuoteen, kerron lisää aiheesta nyt.
Mua hyväksikäytettiin lapsuudessa ja siinä menetin neitsyyteni. Olin 9vuotias ja murrosiässä mulle kehittyi lahja seurustella sekä miehen että naisen kanssa. Aikuisiällä kehittyi tämän vlogin aihe, epävakaa persoonallisuushäiriö. Vasta Maanantaina pystyin kertomaan toiselle ihmiselle, että pidän molemmista sukupuolista.
Thank you to the Washington Township Volunteer Ambulance Corps for allowing us the chance to borrow your rig to finish today’s day shift and ride tonight overnight! Our ambulance went OOS during the shift with mechanical issues and WTVAC stepped in to save the day so our members didn’t have to run to calls and carry patients on their backs to the hospital! We should be back up and running by Wednesday because of the great work of the @hillsdalenjdpw ! #volunteers#volunteershelpingvolunteers#46actingas36#identityproblems
8 10129 April, 2019
Miss Toad has been having some identity issues recently... But who doesn't?
Trying to find your place in this world is a complicated task. 🐸
This may be the answer to mine and others' identity problem. Each piece is part of the puzzle. The only trick is seeing how the pieces fit together.
Your inner sophist sometimes mistakes one or two pieces as the full picture. This can make you feel empty, broken, incomplete, or even inadequate.
If this happens or is happening to you, just know that you are not alone. And that there is more to you than your short comings.
It starts with suspending judgment and ends with self love. With getting to know yourself sandwiched in the middle.
I know because I've lived it. This has been a life long struggle, putting my pieces together. The worst of it is I struggled alone, but you don't have to!
We live in a world where reality is hidden behind. We live in a world full of fake feelings, fake things & fake people. Everything is fake.
Unfortunately, people hide their real identities not today but from ages. This problem is not gender divided, both males & females suffer from identity problem. They hide themselves because they know or feel that their family & the world won’t accept them for who they really are. Some are born in a family, society & environment which is totally opposite from them. Their desires, dreams & opinions differ from others. Some have this fixed mindset that nothing will change & they will remain two faced for the rest of their lives. And some do come out & speak up. They speak for their rights & for who they really are. It is very big step, hats off to them for standing for themselves. They are the people who are confident, strong & inspiring. People who don’t speak up, need to do the same. They need to understand that they can change their life. Because it only gets better when you get better.
But then there are people who actually don’t know who they really are. They are unaware of their real identity. They search for themselves. Instead of searching for themselves, some get lost in copying others. They unfortunately think by copying or following someone as their idol, they have found their identity. However, it is just a duplicate identity. I will say that to find yourself, go inside yourself. Search your soul deeply & look at every scar, every moment, every experience, every lesson & every mistake in your life. I am sure you will a story in every one of them. Because these are the things which make you who you are. Go & search your soul. To search for soul, also look up. Because up there is someone who created you. When you search for god, you find yourself. #whoami#twoidentities#identityproblems#searchingyourself#searchingforyourself#searchyoursoul#lookatyoursoul#blog
“Self-efficacy describes how effective and in control of their lives people believe they can be. People need to feel that they have a certain amount of control over their lives so as to be able to get out of difficult situations or meet challenges they are expected to meet. When people believe they are helpless to alter negative situations they find themselves in (a situation called "learned helplessness"), they tend to get depressed. Though there are certainly many aspects of life that people cannot controlled, there are a remarkable number of things that can be influenced. People who have low self-efficacy expectations of themselves will believe they are helpless to influence their fate, however, and will generally not seek to alter their lives, even when they are suffering. Self-efficacy tends to be domain-specific; You might feel confident in one area of your life but feel helpless to influence another.”
“Most experts view identity as your overarching sense and view of yourself. A stable sense of identity means being able to see yourself as the same person in the past, present, and future. In addition, a stable sense of self requires the ability to view yourself in one way despite the fact that sometimes you may behave in contradictory ways.
One of the symptoms of BPD listed in the "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders" (DSM), the standard for diagnosing mental conditions, is identity disturbance, or a markedly and persistently unstable self-image or sense of self.
People with BPD often report that they have no idea who they are or what they believe in. Sometimes they report that they simply feel non-existent. Others even say that they are almost like a chameleon in terms of identity; they change who they are depending on their circumstances and what they think others want from them.” Source: www.verywellmind.com
On Friday I had one of those prolific “what have I become moments?!” and I can’t deny it’s still haunting me. The #boyf / #husband (keeping it cheeky 😉) has a hire car at the moment whilst his #chevvy is being repaired. I got in to drive the kids to school and sat there for what I want to say was 5 seconds but in all honesty was probably over a minute looking frantically for the start/stop button. I was going to be late for #dropoff and @jonnycarpervert was en route to film #fifthgear and uncontactable. Where the @&£! was the button?!!!! Even the kids started panicking. Needless to say I was deeply ashamed when it finally dawned on me that I had to put a key in the ignition. I couldn’t look myself in the mirror for hours afterwards. Who even am I anymore? 😳 To make matters worse I forgot all over again the next time I got in the car and the time after that, still going for the button. I’ve refused to drive the car since, too ashamed to go through it all again 😩 #middleclassproblems#firstworldproblems#identityproblems#carproblems#showmethebutton#pushthebutton#saynotothebutton