Tag: discernment

Connecting the dots…or not

Written by on September 4, 2013 in The Healing Journey with 5 Comments

Last year or so, while recovering from a bout of exhaustion I had spent most of one day napping on the couch and watching T.V. I discovered a program on Investigation Discovery, called Who The (Bleep) Did I Marry? It’s a series about people who think they know their spouses only to find they are, […]

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Loss of Discernment (part 2)

Written by on February 2, 2012 in The Healing Journey with 4 Comments

Part 2 Part 1 here If your eyes see that smirk on someone’s face, if you catch those darting glances, if your ears hear the sound of derisive laughter, if every time you approach a group of “friends” you’re confronted by their backs no matter where you stand, if your feet stumble at the hard […]

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Loss of Discernment (part 1)

Written by on February 1, 2012 in The Healing Journey with 3 Comments

Defining and discovering who you are, learning to trust yourself through the good decisions you make and trusting yourself to learn and grow from the bad ones are basic fundamental skills of living. They are critical to mental and emotional well-being. And they require discernment. Discernment is not self-righteous judgment. It’s not determining how much […]

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Support Group or No?

Written by on January 21, 2012 in The Healing Journey with 1 Comment

On the healing journey it’s important to get feedback and different perspectives. When we’re in pain, it’s easy to get tunnel vision, and miss the larger picture it takes detachment to see. But we can go too far in that direction, as well, where we not only look to other people’s views, but give them […]

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