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The Law of Detachment

So, detachment means not getting emotionally involved with drama, even though the drama is occurring all around us, and even though our loved ones might be insisting that we go through a drama with them. 125 more words

Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

"Release" - the 5th Sermon in a Series Called, "The 40-Day Summer Stretch," Preached at First Church Coral Springs, on Sunday, July 23, 2017

Stupid Monkeys…

One technique for catching monkeys is to drill a hole in a coconut, just large enough for the monkey to slip his hand through, and fill it with rice.  2,137 more words

Sermon

Holy Detachment

Sometimes a word or a phrase drops into my head showing up like an unexpected guest- Sometimes it’s a pleasant surprise. Sometimes not. Sometimes I don’t know what sort of guest they will be until we have spent some time together. 651 more words

Christianity

To be content means I know my own boundaries

I am not so much of a fan of suffering any more.  I have had a wake up call over the past few days that has shown me all the times I should have really stepped back from family dysfunction and how much of a hard time I gave myself as the message was that I was selfish if I didn’t get caught up in the family disease, most especially when my second oldest sister decided to try to take her life in 2013.  442 more words

Self Care

Through the looking glass

Everything feels surreal. I feel like I live in a different world, looking into this one, and yet, I’m also in it. Nothing feels real. So what’s the point? 129 more words

Depression

Detach!

We are hearing very often about detachment lately. Detachment to material things, to places, to people etc.

For most people, it is easier to detach themselves from individuals, food or places than to be the “victim” of the detachment. 421 more words

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Who Saves the Saviour?

20th July was a depressing day for a majority of people worldwide. Chester Bennington, the lead singer of the band Linkin Park had committed suicide at the age of 41, leaving behind six children. 370 more words