Friday, November 26, 2010

Deal with Your Emotional Baggage

All human beings are painful experiences that have an impact on them at some level. Can affect how decisions and relate to others, including our partners. If you experience feelings of failure, guilt, shame or anger as a result of past experiences, don't ignore them.  Is likely to intensify and will definitely affect your marriage.

It will take some courage, but if you want to be a more secure, loving person and spouse, it's vital that you work to heal broken places in your heart.  Take a look at yourself honestly.  Be willing to talk to God, his close friends, your partner, or even a professional counselor. The healthier, you are emotionally, the healthier that your marriage will be.


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zeb said...

An easy way to combat emotional baggage on a daily basis is to simply remind yourself that you can gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience.

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我 moi said...

Oh I so agree with this post, so true, once you see something on the pessimistic side you see it for the future as well and dwell too much on the past. When lets be real, whats the point in dwelling in the past when we live in the now, and for the future.

 
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