Tag Archives: imagined offense

Letting Go of Guilt

What is Guilt? Unwarranted response to an imagined offense Unless you actually killed someone (which I’m assuming 99.9% of my readers have not) then you are imposing this idea of having “wronged” someone else.  Caregivers feel guilty for many reasons, … Continue reading

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Stories of the boogey-man “Osama Bin Laden” and other myths lurking

So last night I was awakened by my husband who was ecstatic about the latest on the news regarding Osama Bin Laden. And might I add he was saying very loudly, “The President is about to make an address that they have … Continue reading

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