Writing from experience, Liz Seda explains that some people may become so used to tragedy and suffering in their lives that they begin to relate to it and internalize it as a part of their identity. They may grow so comfortable being miserable that they are unable to escape their misery. More, they may not even realize it. She provides ten signs that may indicate a person has grown too comfortable with their suffering. The first is being inconsolable, even in the face of clear evidence that something is not as bad as it seems. The second is believing that a person cannot control their feelings and so accepting all feelings of misery passively.
Read the full article here: 10 Warning Signs You’re Addicted to Suffering