Posts Tagged ‘Guilt’

PostHeaderIcon ARE YOU ON A GUILT TRIP?

By Vernalee
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To feel guilt suggests that one has a conscientious conscience. Everyone has a conscience of some magnitude; I think. Do you feel guilt if you have wronged someone by saying or doing something negative or improper? Perhaps, you could have done something to assist, but because you didn’t, you are “tripping.” A guilt ridden conscience usually makes you act. It makes you say you are sorry; it helps you apologize. Guilt can be very weighty. Traveling around with that heavy weight can hurt your back and be mentally pressurized. But if you have a hardened disposition, your reasoning will always be one of the blame game. It is or was always someone else’s fault; never yours. Never! If you are an “always blame the other person” type of individual, then there is no guilt to feel. You have an inflatable aura and a repellant conscience. It begs to ask…Have you ever been on a guilt trip? I have! It is not a comfortable ride. You can’t eat or sleep; you can’t think straight; your reasoning of deduction is off. Guilt changes things; even you! Guilt may become a factor that may make you a better individual. When I feel guilt, I relieve the pressure. I act! A suitcase full of guilt will break your back! I attempt to correct my missteps so that I can remove at least the emotional pain. I trust you do likewise. If we fail to do nothing, we become weighted down; heavier our bag of guilt becomes!
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PostHeaderIcon To feel or not to feel – guilt…that is

By Vernalee
guilt-trip many paths to healing. com
To feel guilt suggests that one has a conscientious conscience. Everyone has a conscience of some magnitude.. I think. Do you feel guilt if you have wronged someone by saying or doing something negative or improper? A guilt ridden conscience makes you act. It makes you say you are sorry; it helps you apologize. Guilt can be very weighty. But if you have a hardened disposition, your reasoning will always be one of blame. It is or was not your fault. Never! If you are an “always blame the other person” type of individual, then there is no guilt to feel. You have an inflatable aura and a repellant conscience. It begs to ask…Have you ever been on a guilt trip? I have! It is not a comfortable ride. Guilt changes things; even us! Guilt may become a factor that will make us better individuals. When I feel guilt, I relieve the pressure. I act! I attempt to correct my missteps so that I can remove the emotional pain. I trust you do likewise.
Photo credit: www.pathstohealing.com

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