A significant amount of the mistakes we make as individuals will impact others. The degree of the impact will vary. Those of us who are conscientious and compassionate will be sensitive to the feelings of others and remorseful for our words or actions. Saying we are sorry and making due amends are the appropriate actions to take. Once said and done it is time to move forward. That is a healthy response to feeling guilty.
On the other hand, guilt becomes unhealthy when those who have done nothing wrong distort a situation in their minds and irrationally believe that they have, or when one assumes more responsibility than is warranted.
The goal of today's show is to help you understand what kinds of guilt are healthy and what kinds are not, and then help you find ways to release yourself from the burdens of feeling guilty over things you have no control of.
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