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Exhaustion takes its toll,

Everything seems droll…

He’ll not quit–

Just slow a bit

Maybe a crescent roll?

Riddled with self-blame,

All the louse-ups came… 29 more words

012: Negative and Positive Distortions (Part 3)

In this final podcast on the ten cognitive distortions, David and Fabrice discuss Should Statements, Labeling, and Blame. He brings these distortions to life with a case of a severely depressed woman who felt profoundly guilty and devastated after her brother’s tragic suicide. 52 more words

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Putting Romantic Love Into Perspective

You encounter the Devil, and you say; Get thee behind me Satan.

This is kind of what you have to do when devastated by a romantic episode in life, and how is that done………….? 781 more words

Guilt VS Shame

The feeling of guilt stems from the belief that you should have behaved, thought or felt differently. Guilt involves evaluating a specific, chosen and controllable behavior or expression as wrong (e.g. 778 more words

Another Point Of View

Mercy Reprised

There are 275 references to mercy, like this one, in the New King James Version of the Bible [1]:

Therefore know that the Lord your God, He is God, the faithful God who keeps covenant and mercy for a thousand generations with those who love Him and keep His commandments…

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Child Abuse

Self-Judgment: A Silent Symptom of Chronic Illness

Author: Sairy Franks

Recently I took a week off of Lyme treatment to prepare for a trip. This was a huge decision. I was only willing to do it because it felt crucial, as I have hardly been able to leave the house for over a year and have been in intensive treatment for 7 months. 884 more words

Hypersexuality: an unspoken aftermath of rape

What is often times neglected in sex/rape culture education and is lacking in media representation of survivors is that there is a duality of coping in each victim.

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