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You Are The Man

Guilt is emotional torment. Nagging symptoms of guilt occur when you believe–accurately or not–that you have compromised your belief system or violated a moral standard. Closely related to the concept of remorse, guilt darkens our countenance. Even Sigmund Freud, father of psychiatry, stated: “guilt is the most powerful of all ...

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The Codependent Christian

  Psychologists define codependency as an inordinate and unhealthy compulsion to rescue and take care of people, and when you allow another person’s problems to control how you think, feel, and act.  This can occur with spouses, family members, and friends. Enabling goes hand in hand with codependency. Enabling is ...

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The Guilt Trap

The Guilt Trap By Joel B. Have you ever had a time in your life where you have felt too guilty to stop and pray to the Creator of the universe? I have! In fact, I spent years of my life in sin, using this very sin as an excuse ...

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Negativity and Physical Health

    “Change your thoughts and change your world.” Norman Vincent Peale   Chronic stress from negative attitudes can upset the body’s hormone balance and deplete the brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) required for feelings of happiness. Negative emotions can weaken the immune system. The mind, body, and spirit are interconnected. When ...

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Fighting With Yourself

Fighting With Yourself By Joel B. Have you ever had a conflict with someone that you felt was necessary, but in the end you just end up feeling guilty about it? Have you ever been called to do something by the Lord and feel like obstacles keep falling in your ...

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