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Dangerous Illusions: The Dark Side of Denial

” What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” is nothing more than a trite saying. Often what doesn’t kill someone weakens them tremendously, and results in the development of various issues and complexes. 620 more words

When the dead comes back to life

Lately, it seems like I’ve been encountering people who are supposed to be already dead coming back to life. I’m not sure if I just became aware of it after watching  1,297 more words

A Musing Mom's Tales

Making Friends With Your Past

There is a question I’ve been asked in a variety of different ways from different women, and it goes something like this:  Is it important for me to examine my past (and they are referring to negative, painful, or traumatic experiences) in order to help me deal with my present struggles/issues and to heal or move on? 2,314 more words

Biblical Counseling

Why I wrote UVF: Behind the Mask – Part Two

Without doubt this has been the most difficult book I have ever written.

My other books are on a variety of different subjects, ranging from a history of the labour movement in Northern Ireland to insurgency in South Yemen. 1,901 more words

So your life isn't perfect, but it's the only one you have...

I’m not sure why I titled this blog as I did, but perhaps it captures the feeling more than the content of what I am going to say. 1,106 more words

Family

5 Ways to Deal with Your Past

SOURCE:  Ron Edmondson

I’m a huge proponent of moving forward. I’ve never been a fan of remaining in the past.

This could be because I’ve had some past I’d rather not remember. 409 more words

Encouragement

What Does Paul Mean, "Forgetting What is Behind?"

…I Press on…

…I Press on…

…Forgetting the past…

…I press on.

When the Apostle Paul talks about “forgetting what is behind” and “straining toward what is ahead”, in Philippians 3:13, 14,  what exactly is he talking about? 1,936 more words

Biblical Counseling