“Start to design your life so that you don’t require things from others. Try to need only those things you can get yourself. And don’t suck on people emotionally or intellectually. When you lean psychologically or emotionally on people or toward them, its a sure sign of insecurity. It makes others feel uncomfortable. They resent the weight you are laying on them, and they will react by denying you. They don’t like your self-indulgence, and your insecurity reminds them of their own vulnerability; it rattles them.
Thus, an important step in “silent power” is DON’T LEAN. It’s obvious, but most don’t know it. When you are frantic for people, your needs have an air of desperation – they weaken you and push things away from you.”
Stuart Wilde, in “Silent Power”
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