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THE DISORDER OF RIGHTEOUSNESS:Embracing Imperfection

Why in the world is that when a number of individuals finds it extremely difficult to own up their own wrongdoing though they're quite aware of their misconduct?

Which traits relate to those individuals who in their right mind act as if they were right yet they're not at all?


What Is the Disorder of Righteousness?

How Does the Disorder of Righteousness Impact Society?

Is the Disorder of Righteousness a Necessary Evil?


How does the disorder of righteousness impact society?
THE DISORDER OF RIGHTEOUSNESS

I would like to express my viewpoint on this issue with you because in case you find yourself asking yourselves or others around you these sorts of questions. I'll be pleased as long as you get some response regarding those inquiries.

On occasion, whenever you begin to feel overpowered and rely on feeling accurate, you suggest knowledgeable questions such as "Do you really want to be right or just happy?"

"Happy," one answers.

It looks like that the problem at hand has been successfully handled.

However, the truth is that happiness and justice are strongly associated. We all make the assumption once we acknowledge the injustice, we all will prove to be mature and virtuous once this preposterous inquiry is thrown at us out of the blue. Yet our primitive as well as, in my humble view, immaculate judicial system that is inherited inherited will not let go of us.

Never have I witnessed a person who is correct, plays along to have been incorrect while continues to stay on the other individual's right side, which somewhat fails to be an appropriate side, yet remains at ease.

It is only if I was able to prove the validity of my point regarding the argument, convinced the opposing party, and also felt their remorse during the process and authentically delivering a sincere apology would I feel relieved.

Naturally, for an extended period despite losing the legal battle and expressing regret, the individual almost always proceeds to repeat the exact same mistake. with no failure.

So while you inevitably grow weary of all the incorrectness, he subsequently gets weary of expressing regret each time and declares, "It's enough, so don't keep going over it."

Because, despite the fact that the injustice done calls for remorse, we can all accept this fact, that the other individual actually did such as he did not anticipate he would ever regret any of it.

Those who apologize believe they deserve some kind of standing ovations.

For me, a virtue that ought to be acknowledged would be having no necessity to offer an apology or otherwise demeaning another person as a result of self-righteous repeating "sorry" is not an act which is worthy of praise.

Commonly, apologetics lack a sense of remorse concerning their actions. A person shouldn't be willing to take the risk with that feeling immediately. The vast majority of the people who offered an apology took on so since they firmly believed reconciliation proved to be a gift for that other individual. It's not appropriate for people to cheer someone who makes use of the line "I'm sorry, I was an ass," given it is most difficult one to say in Turkish. Moreover, he also is convinced that is worthy of accolades.

It is very similar to awarding a medal to a primary school student who successfully excelled their ability to read. Each apologetic whoever does what he or she ought to have done receives a medal of honor. I repeat. Making an apology towards one that is unable to even apologize might seem as virtue, yet it's just two simple phrases with regard to everyone, so you don't need to believe that the individual who did it represents an exemplar of virtue.

And undoubtedly, for those who are able to survive, regret is a very heavy emotion. And those individuals who are concerned of feeling such a way refrain from irresponsible acts and are reluctant to cause pain to their loved ones who may not be recuperated despite even the most sincere possible efforts.

An apology is like putting on band-aids. Hence, there is in fact a cut in its core. To prevent injuries ought to be the primary objective.

So what is the disorder of righteousness and what exactly triggers it?

The condition usually involves the individual who who ought to give an apology yet refuses to apologize around it, not the one who is right.

People internalize the statements such "You're mistaken" or "I don't believe so, ect.," which are frequently thrown on them through the actions of their parents, partners, acquaintances, or relatives. "No, no, this shouldn't be the way you think," or "I really think that you're interpreting events erratically,"

As a result, individuals eventually suffer from cognitive stagnation to such an extent where they end up unable to make any choices or to decide which direction to go simply because they are convinced that whatever they decide to do is going to be false.

I don't mean to say this to incite individuals to behave irresponsibly when it comes to the consequences of their decisions. In other words, people who conduct misbehavior shouldn't be holding their spouse, friends, family, or society accountable for their selfish actions.

Any circumstance may result in the development of one's personal integrity, and it is every individual's responsibility to act in an ethical manner.

The insight to figure out what is either correct or incorrect in a situation cultivates from one's conscience rather than through one's ears and eyes

However, those tiny bugs that infiltrate our mind trigger us to question both our sanity and morality. I strongly believe that if you repeat something over and over, it will eventually cease to exist

Because of how frequently your truths have come to be challenged to controversy, you have developed the ability to discarding the subject matter about what is right or wrong in order to blend in into the herd.

As a contributing member of society, you will no longer stand up for your own values; on the contrary, you must preserve what you consider to be right, despite the fact that sadly, you often find yourself to be terribly wrong. Since that they failed to to inform you about what was inaccurate throughout your journey, you will never know for sure whether you are accurate.

Becoming hung on the notion of remaining the right person may occasionally lead to deeper issues within ourselves as opposed to being wrong,

Most others' lives are tormented by this infatuation with righteousness, that hasn't been tempered using reasoning or just compassion. Actually, they looked over all of their actions though the lens that reflected their moral conscience but might have generally doubted its validity.

Why is being correct so vital?

We human beings instinctively strive for being valid. In the aftermath of all, how could anyone be truly unbiased? Each individual comes with personal preferences. The amount that needs adjustments becomes the issue at hand.

Once remaining right takes precedence over empathy, compassion, passion, and sensitivity, a cause for concern emerges. We commonly fail to acknowledge the fact that our entire bilateral connections have come to the point of no return; whereas we mostly stagnate having meaningless interactions.

However, these conversations typically spark skepticism in the quiet

Nonetheless, these debates usually create confusion while in pure silence, causing us to gradually become out of touch with our authentic identities.

Many times, the morally upright and responsible thoughts that cause us to second-guess our very own values are indeed not accurate. They generally cause harm and create doubt within the one who turns out to be accurate. Being that he who is right is right simply because he has the ability to question, empathize, and make use of his own conscience as an instrument of justice. In this instance he finds himself questioning his actions yet again as a result of exactly the same qualities. Over the course of time, he begins to lose his sense of self-worth and trust in all of what he truly believes. And likely there may be a virus that reveals in his blood stream like a contagious illness, a virus that assures him constantly without providing any proof that " I'm so right."

Generally speaking, we seek to prove our righteousness with the goal to prevent the feelings of failure, disgrace, frustration, and rejection intimidation. So we would experience an immense amount of relief once we placed all of those feelings behind enclosed spaces throughout the rest of our lives. Surely confronting our fears head-on might help us overcome every one of our fears instead of simply fleeing off.

Suppose that you're wrong. Let's simply acknowledge that you are insulted by your very own fault.

So, what would happen?

It was you who showed no concern about other people's feelings. As soon as you commit costly errors, you've already made it apparent.

If you truly cared for those around you, you possibly would have made the correct decision at the very beginning as opposed to trying to cover up your own wrongdoing.

The emotions that drive an argument are almost never legitimate or justified. Whether we are in the right or wrong is of little significance at all all while we are engaged in a disagreement or a conflict. Once someone feels attacked throughout an altercation, he typically need to deal with it and give themselves some time to recuperate. Being always right implies the need to be "noticed, understood, and acknowledged"; and it has very little to do with ethical principles.

In real life, meaning is far more significant than preciseness.

Our intimacy with ourselves and with others will only be compromised once we hand over our conscience's authority to external powers.

Overcoming challenges via genuine attitudes is a far more rewarding experience than constraining oneself to shallow normative judgments.

Truth be told, there are certainly circumstances where it genuinely may be less complicated to simply be happy than to be right.

What exactly constitutes one's desire to be right in overall, an urge which nearly all individuals experience to a certain extent, particular?

One may sense an overwhelming inner drive to verify one's own reality based on this crave.

it's never entirely a must for such pressure to emanate from somewhere uncivilized.

He ultimately is identified by a mental portrait which is rougher, quite primitive, and probably more infantile.

If we are completely truthful with ourselves as individuals, we'll all carry a gigantic baby deep within ourselves, whereas the majority of us have the capacity to embrace the fact and also put an end around it to ensure the situation does not harm themselves or the others. It appears as though he is a cartoon character's devil perched over one's shoulder. The Devil desires to engage in conflict, receive vengeance, or chastise while the holy one perceives chances for advancement.

This gigantic newborn defies any responsibility with an attempt to preserve his indestructibility, importance, and magnificence.

One has a responsibility to act the way excellence deserves.

The individual in question craves for validation and reassurance in lieu of thirst to growing through unexpected circumstances that they consider as life-threatening.

This can be an effective way to steering clear of a dangerous scenario towards appearing superior.

With regard to either the individual or his counterparts, the severity of destruction remains the same.


What Motivates Us to Ever Strive to Look Right?


Or put another way, what is wrong with the righteous?

In a nutshell the desire for being right constitutes a highly detrimental mindset that may result in devastating impacts for both your personal and professional lives.

Anyone who makes life difficult for all those around him is anyone who's incapable of taking responsibility regarding his or her own misdeeds and failures.

Someone who continually feels obligated to be right usually finds it hard to come to terms when their actions are the root of the problem and casts the blame somewhere else, as to those around him.

If one struggles to acknowledge when they're wrong, the problems are only going to get more difficult.

This habit may not be restricted to major events.

People might have difficulty recognizing if they are wrong regarding relatively trivial matters, including a response to a question as well as any incorrect statement.

Moreover, it is even worse if it involves a friend or loved one as you possibly face the potential of being dragged deep into a meaningless controversy.

Which raises a particular question in the back of my mind:

Why in the world do we feel compelled to remain perfect at all times?

It seems that there are multiple reasons why people might experience an urge to always have it right.


1. It is widely believed that this type of behavior serves as a disguise for feeling insecure, and for the most part, really is.

Anytime an individual feels mistaken or thinks he fell far short from the criteria for accuracy, he becomes concerned about the way other individuals might think of him.

This particular type of insecurity can frequently be a result of destructive or dysfunctional family relationships which one might have experienced growing up.

The desire to be accurate might serve as a defense mechanism that may assist the individual in question navigate through whatever that is they happen to be experiencing., sadly, though, it is toxic within any established relationship.

2. Because many issues truly are an issue of "who is right?" within contemporary culture, individuals who come out as mistaken often get chastised.

It quickly turns to a dispute.

Politics is a perfect example. Participants of both ends struggle to seek a common ground while are continuously arguing, calling out or questioning regarding who's superior.

In the end, organizations collapse since acknowledging the mistakes they made requires rewarding their "rivals" for their conduct.

3. There can be severe repercussions when someone within the workplace admits they are mistaken.

While mistakes are inevitable in life, accepting responsibility for your actions and owning up to your errors could make you more prone to blame.

Sometimes the person in charge can be unforgiving of any kind of failure.

Maybe it is an opposing teammate of yours who will be thrilled to make use of one of your mistakes against you.

One should therefore learn to adapt to the surroundings regardless of one's unique beliefs. Knowing that the virtue of owning up to your mistakes won't win you any friends or admirers keeps you at ease.

4. Individuals who display intellectual elitism and feel compelled to correct others whenever they differ with them in order to prove how significantly wiser they are.

On top of that, they usually fail to reserve a margin for error personally and do not take critique very well regardless of whether it is justified.

In addition, the opinions of such people tend to be those which everyone else immediately follows, and he that lies down with dogs will rise up with fleas

5. Lastly, there is the mental health component of the issue at hand.

Anxiety disorders along with various types of mood disorders may lead individuals feel that they must remain accurate in order to preserve a fundamental and consistent cognitive and behavioural pattern. It could be more beneficial for his own peace of mind and happiness trying to understand another point of view instead of holding onto the viewpoint he personally considers to be accurate

Can someone who always thinks he's right see the big picture?
We may not know what we don't know, though.

Why should you search for fresh or more reliable insights when you believe you know for certain which facts are accurate?

Why even bother researching something when you are convinced you have already mastered everything that there is to learn?

Individual growth is hindered by this restricted viewpoint about life.

Because another person's being right is unbearable to the one who needs to be right.

When it comes to anybody in the world who holds a viewpoint that they disagree with, he could feel as though they are always either defensive or aggressive.

If you have to deal with even one individual of this type on a regular basis, I wish you all the best of luck.

Love,

Nilgün BODUR

 




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