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False Guilt: The Origin

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  • August 11, 2003 /
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The way we recognize our guilt is through a conscience. We might define our conscience as that immaterial part of our creation that sits in moral judgment of all our actions and thoughts. Every one of us has a conscience that tells us whether what we are doing or thinking is right or wrong. Some
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Emotional File Folders

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  • August 4, 2003 /
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Within each person lies a plethora of emotions and experiences. Depending on the level of commitment regarding how the individual seeks to bring resolution to unpleasant emotions and experiences will inevitably determine whether he/she carries “emotional file folders” deep inside. In other words, there is a wealth of emotions buried deep within each human being.
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Acquiring a Sense of Guilt

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  • July 22, 2003 /
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As early as age 4 or 5, a child begins to discover what kind of person he or she is. The key characteristic at this stage is the child’s growing capacity to initiate actions, thoughts, and dreams: their personality is centered on the idea “I am what I can imagine I will be.” They can
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Forgiveness-The Road Less Taken

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  • June 5, 2003 /
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For many people forgiveness is one of the hardest steps of all in their progress toward love and acceptance. Yet it is essential. For as long as we are unable to forgive, we keep ourselves chained to an unforgiving spirit. We give them rent-free space in our minds, emotional shackles on our hearts, and the
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Domestic Violence

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  • March 11, 2003 /
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What is domestic violence? While abuse among family members can take many forms, it may include emotional, physical, or sexual abuse.Acts of domestic violence generally fall into one or more of the following categories: Physical Battering- The abuser’s physical attacks or aggressive behavior can range from bruising to murder. Any aggressive behavior directed at another
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Happy Holidays or Depression?

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  • December 15, 2002 /
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Each holiday season during Christmas and New Year the hearts of people are supposed to be filled with joy and hope. However, for many people, the holidays are anything but the “most wonderful time of the year.” Read the full article
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