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How do I let go of past hurts?

RELATIONSHIP QUESTIONS (#14 in a series)
To access previous posts in the series, use the “Relationship Questions” link under “Categories” and the “Older Posts” button.  655 more words

Relationship Questions

Psalm 4:3 – CALLING VS SELF-ESTEEM

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Psalm 4:3 – CALLING VS SELF-ESTEEM

“You can be sure of this: The Lord set apart the godly for Himself. 545 more words

Psalms

Three Brains Revisited (3/3): Is Mammering the Best Policy?

Now might I do it pat, now he is praying;
And now I’ll do’t. And so he goes to heaven;
And so am I revenged.

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Bahá'u'lláh

Facts, Feelings, and the Quest for Self-Esteem

Margaret Mead once said, “Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else.” Her almost prophetic words distill for us the cultural shift that has transpired right before our eyes—everyone receives a trophy, everyone is special, everyone has a personal brand to promote. 1,585 more words

Christianity

McDonaldization of Positive Psychology: On tour with Marty Seligman

Female Exploitation of Males

Have men really been oppressing women throughout human history? Could there possibly be another explanation? Roy Baumeister argues in his book, “Is There Anything Good About Men?” 478 more words

The Rise and Fall of Attention – a Clinical Observation

According to Time-Based Resource Sharing (TBRS) model advanced by Pierre Barrouillet and Valérie Camos (2015), the “storage capacity” of our working memory “systematically varies as a linear function of the cognitive load of concurrent processing, a relation that we describe as the law relating processing to storage.” In plain language, we tap into the same reservoir of cognitive resources while performing various tasks at the same time. 1,075 more words

Roy Baumeister