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Guilt is a feeling that leaves us vulnerable to doing things because we feel at a disadvantage by our actions, yet we did what we did for a reason. How to gain perspective on guilty feelings we carry and how to get to the source of those feelings gives us the freedom to let guilt go and deal with our challenges without the added burden of Guilt. How do we recognize and release guilt and see it for what it is. Tune in and Join in on the Conversation Tomorrow Morning at 5:30 AM, PST.
8:11 - Type 4 mom asks if being a grumpy mom is a Type 4 thing
24:41 - Mom asks if grief can affect a baby in the womb.
26:53 - Type 3 mom asks how to know if she should quit her job to stay home with new baby.
31:35 - Tips for handling guilt for each Type
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Carol the Coach interviews Ken Howard about how to deal with the shame and guilt that naturally occurs with sexual addiction. Most sex addicts, once they get into recovery, want to build trust and so Ken will be identifying the steps necessary to build the trust and let go of the shame and guilt. Carol the Coach helps you to learn how to be more authentic and honest which brings about trust and intimacy.
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About this episode: Today I'll be talking about feelings - what they feel like inside, how to work through a feeling to get all the way through it and actually know that it's felt all the way through to completion.
About this show: I lost both parents to cancer at 22 and 27. Let’s talk about stuff that’s hard, ways you can move forward in your life and how to get back to a happier place. My intention is to connect those of us who have lost our mothers, our fathers or both parents, at any age, through the arts, life experiments, looking inward and turning pain into something positive.
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The battle is fighting what you know versus what you feel. Faith is not about feelings. But it's believing your later now! Yes, my body has pain, but by His stripes I am healed. My money is running low, but He shall supply all of my needs according to His riches in glory. Feelings deceive you and should not be the guide for you believing God. Remember, it's subject to change. Set your affections on things eternal not on this earth, which is temporal. This message will perfect you in knowing your biggest enemy is yourself, not how you feel about the situation. Facts not fiction. Are you ready to mature in the things of God and walk in perfected faith?
Show discussing news/politics/culture from the perspective of Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism. Hosted by Amy Peikoff, who is regularly joined by cartoonist Bosch Fawstin.
Tonight we'll discuss a couple of examples that illustrate the destructiveness and hypocrisy of government-imposed monopolies, followed by a number of examples in which the liberal/PC crowd show that they think they have a monopoly on hurt feelings. See Program Notes at my blog for all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.
Our insistence on judging ourselves and others can keep us stuck in circumstances that we prefer to change in our lives. Join Rev. Michelle Rado in this episode where she provides three steps that help us to release this Guilt and get Unstuck!
CIRCA 2015...More WOMEN are on psychiatric medications than ever before and staying on them far longer than was ever intended. Sales of anti-depressants and ant--axiety meds have been booming in the past two decades, and they've been recently outpaced by anti-psychotic drugs, this quote from a psychiatrist..."I must tell you this is INSANE!"
Women are moody (that's debatable)...by evolutionary design, we are hard-wired to be sensitive to our environments, empathic to our children's needs and intuitive of our partners' intentions. Women's emotionality is a sign of health, not disease, it is a source of POWER-OUCH!
Women are under constant pressure to...etc.
Women are twice as likely to...etc.
Monthly women experience emotions and...etc.
Over-medicated emotions become...etc.
Stop labeling sadness and anxiety as...etc.
White privilege (or white skin privilege) is a term for societal privileges that benefit white people in western countries beyond what is commonly experienced by the non-white people under the same social, political, or economic circumstances.
“Privilege exists when one group has something of value that is denied to others simply because of the groups they belong to, rather than because of anything they’ve done or failed to do. Access to privilege doesn’t determine one’s outcomes, but it is definitely an asset that makes it more likely that whatever talent, ability, and aspirations a person with privilege has will result in something positive for them.” ~Peggy McIntosh
“White Privilege is the other side of racism. Unless we name it, we are in danger of wallowing in guilt or moral outrage with no idea of how to move beyond them. It is often easier to deplore racism and its effects than to take responsibility for the privileges some of us receive as a result of it… once we understand how white privilege operates, we can begin addressing it on an individual and institutional basis.” ~Paula Rothenberg
"I can completely understand why broke white folks get pissed when the word 'privilege' is thrown around...I was constantly discriminated against because of my poverty and those wounds still run very deep...[But] The concept of intersectionality recognizes that people can be privileged in some ways and definitely not in others." ~Gina Crosley-Corcoran
White guilt is the individual or collective guilt felt by some white people for harm resulting from racist treatment of people of color by whites both historically and currently. White guilt has been described as one of the psychosocial costs of racism for white individuals along with empathy (sadness and anger) for victims of racism and fear of non-whites.
Some people will tell you all the good things that you need to feel good and make your self-esteem stay high when times are good.When times get hard get hard then they wanna straight diss you and tell you that they have been holding back from telling you about yourself for a long time and they wanna take your good feelings away. What's up with that? Are they being real when keep the peace and tell you good things?