We all have our own unique set of fears that we face each day. What some people call “coping” is usually more like “not getting eaten alive” or “not getting run over”. The trick is to recognize them when you see them and to learn how to cope with them.
For me, coping is when I can think clearly about a situation and my actions are not based on fear of the unknown. I think there are two different ways to cope. The first is to just live with the fear or to avoid it entirely. This is what most people do when their lives are at stake. The other is to learn to cope with it. For example, if another person is in danger you can think about it, prepare yourself, and do everything you can to help.
There are two types of coping strategies I’ve seen people use. The first is a sort of “I’m just being a good guy” approach. People just say, “I’m trying to do the right thing” or “No matter what happens, I’ll do my best.” This is the most common coping strategy and it’s pretty easy to do.
There’s a second form of coping, which is an extreme measure of self-reliance. People use this to become self-reliant. These people, instead of just doing the right thing, like talking to someone, setting an alarm, making sure their car is on the road, etc., they do the right thing by thinking about it and planning ahead. In general, people who have a sense of self-reliance seem to be happier, more energetic, and less stressed.
cody sanders is the extreme form of self-reliance. This guy doesn’t have any self-reliance, he’s got a complete lack of it. He thinks that he is a totally independent person and that he can do whatever he wants. He doesn’t even bother to learn how to pick a bathrobe. He just likes to pee.
Self-reliance is not necessarily a bad thing, but when it is taken to extremes it can be harmful. For example, if you have to pick up a random, half-dead, semi-naked guy who is still alive at 1:00 in the morning, you are simply living a life of fear. That is a life of fear without the right kind of self-reliance.
I know that Cody is a bit of a scumbag, but just because he is a scumbag doesnt necessarily make him a bad person. He is just living his own life.
Cody is a scumbag? No, he is a scumbag. Cody is a scumbag because he doesn’t know that he is a scumbag. He is only a scumbag because he is not able to see the truth in himself. Cody is a scumbag because he is simply unable to admit to what he is and thus lives in a state of fear.
The author of this article says that, “Cody Sanders is a scumbag because he is only a scumbag because he is not able to see the truth in himself.” I would argue that this is both true and false, and that it is a lot more true than the author of this article believes. I think that Cody is able to see the truth in himself because he is able to realize that it is good to be afraid of the world.
I think part of what makes Cody Sanders a scumbag is that he doesn’t seem to see the truth in himself. He seems to believe that he is a good person and that he is going to win the lottery tomorrow. He seems to think that he is going to be a CEO someday, or that his parents are going to die and that he can die happy. But even though he seems to believe his own crap, he also seems to lack any genuine empathy about his own suffering.