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ON BEING A REAL PERSON

brothers and sisters, and men and women, and all extensions of family attitudes to society at large, as in the love and care of children. When one's life is thus thought of as a whole, sublimation of sex becomes meaningful.
It is possible to channel one's devotions and creative energies into satisfying courses so that the personality as a whole finds contentment, even though specific sexual desires are left unfulfilled. So an unmarried woman, denied motherhood, can discover in nursing, teaching or social service an outlet for her maternal instincts.
That there must be some restraint on all our native drives is obvious. Picture a life in which all the native urges explode themselves together-self-regard, pugnacity, sexual desire, fear; obviously pandemonium would reign. The choice before us is not whether our native impulses shall be restrained and controlled but how that shall be done in the service of an integrated life.
The multiple possibilities of use and misuse in handling our native drives root back in the essential quality of all emotional life, sensitiveness. One of the most important subjects of self-examination concerns the way we handle this primary quality. Let a man discover what he is characteristically touchy about and he will gain valuable insight into his personal problem.
Many people are extremely touchy to criticism. Their self-regard squirms under adverse judgment. Such abnormal persons take appreciation for granted and regard criticism as an impertinence. The normal person comes nearer taking criticism for granted and regarding appreciation as velvet.
Mastering Depression
ONE OF the commonest causes of personal disorganization is despondency. Some despondency is physically caused, but the moody dejections most people suffer are not altogether beyond their control.
A first suggestion for dealing with this problem is: Take depression for granted. One who expects to escape low moods completely is

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