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    MICKEYH   43,624
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I gave up on Guilt.

Monday, June 03, 2013


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KIRSTENLYNN62 6/5/2013 10:18PM

    Thanks for sharing! emoticon

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OWL_20 6/5/2013 6:13AM

    Oh, great article--need to print it out and hang it somewhere. Thanks!

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    This is a good article! Thank you for sharing.

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MSGRANNYMAE 6/3/2013 6:31PM

    emoticon emoticon I really needed this, today.

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DALID414 6/3/2013 11:05AM

    Thanks for sharing the article Mickey. Have a great start to June!

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IACTA_ALEA_EST 6/3/2013 10:59AM

    Funny thing about guilt, when you think you have disabled it, it just gets more subtle.

I come from a culture which wields it like Jedi masters. I think guilt and jealousy are the most destructive emotions of all.

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GINA180847 6/3/2013 10:56AM

    I agree with you completely. Guilt is a negative emotion and I try to avoid those.

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GEMLADYONE 6/3/2013 10:56AM

    Great thoughts. I liked this part of the article..."So stop being so hard on yourself. Rather than putting so much energy into giving up chocolates, it is better to put your energy towards giving up guilt, and then you'll find your craving for chocolates (for example) will diminish and you'll be able to enjoy them much more when you do choose to have some, and you'll also feel less of an urge to eat the whole box."

Have a great day!

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SONYALATRECE 6/3/2013 10:42AM

    Excellent attitude! Guilt is an obstacle which will benefit no one. Moving ahead is the best option.

Best wishes!


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