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Feigning Negative Emotions: Fear

Feigning Negative Emotions: Fear

Written by on June 16, 2012 in Conversations on the Healing Journey with 8 Comments

Feigning means to fake, to act “as if”, to pretend. You can fake anything, including emotions. Any perceived emotion or state of being can be used to hide, mislead, seduce or distract. In themselves, all emotional states of being just are. They can have negative impact if we deny their existence, thereby denying healing for […]

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Indecision and Fear

Written by on November 20, 2007 in Conversations on the Healing Journey with 0 Comments

In my post, Why Am I Here?, this past Sunday, I talked about Sylvia Plath’s writing about indecision, and the fear that surrounded her. Her words reveal not only the fear over making choices, but about the fear of loss. Every choice wasn’t seen as embracing something as much as relinquishing something else. It’s symptomatic, […]

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