The stress of the legal system can be overwhelming.

First off, you don't have be crushed by the legal system anymore. You just don't.

The legal system no longer has to be oppressive, intimidating, clunky, and unfriendly.

Until verifiable credentials technology is adopted into every aspect of it (I want to see it in my lifetime--), you can "beat the system" in other ways.

There's two ways to do this:

One, obviously, buy and take the legal course. Every adult needs this knowledge. In my personal opinion, certain aspects and topics of this course need to be introduced into our public schools at various grade levels.

Two, you can learn to be happy in the face of extreme opposition and or change.

I figured out what that means for my own life before I started taking the legal course. You don't have to do it in that order though.

The only real way for your enemies to no longer have control over you is to make it so that you don't have to care about the outcome of your legal situation.

This can take some extreme processing and is not for the faint of heart.

The key lies within allowing yourself to fully mentally imagine and feel every last scenario in your life that could happen as a result of you forever being altered in some way by your legal situation.

And then accepting each of those outcomes with genuine peace.

For most people (including myself) the time between those two things (imagining and accepting) can take months or even years. That's normal.

At this point, your therapist is either loving me or has a "strong desire" to correct me. Correction, may or may not include a firearm.

You have two tools to help you: one helps you control the things you do have control over and the other helps you have peace while you navigate the uncertainty of it all.

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