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A place to check in daily. My abuse occurred in childhood. Who knew this ..
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https://pixabay.com/users/Alexas_Fotos-686414/ . . From “Emotional Awareness” by Paul Ekman and Dailia Lama: Ekman: Still another ..read more
. . From “Emotional Awareness” by Paul Ekman and Dailia Lama Ekman: “It seems, however, that the emotion system is not fear ..read more
Banded iron: National Museum of Natural History . . “You do not need to get rid of thoughts, just cease to believe them. If you are ..read more
https://pixabay.com/users/Pixaline-1569622/ . . Matthew Ricard: “Despite their rich terminology for describing a wide range of mental ..read more
https://pixabay.com/users/KELLEPICS-4893063/ . . “The second way to deal with afflictive emotions is to dissociate ourselves mentally ..read more
https://pixabay.com/users/maria-anne-595075/ . . Severe childhood abuse impacted how my mind wired together, besides filling my amygdala ..read more
https://pixabay.com/users/geralt-9301/ . . My internal dialogue mirrored my abusive childhood, critical and unworthy thoughts permeated ..read more
https://pixabay.com/users/geralt-9301/ . . My Meditation/Mindfulness practice main goal is to choose where I place my attention. We ..read more
https://pixabay.com/users/burrough-25900/ . . When I get lost, caught up in my “Egos” personal upset at someone’s behavior, I have ..read more
https://pixabay.com/users/geralt-9301/ . . More desire does not quench anything. More satisfaction did not work either. I see the ..read more

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