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Jealousy Brings About Your Worst Fears

jealousy brings about your worst fears

Jealousy Brings About Your Worst Fears

Wrіtеr Curt Gоеtz ѕаіd, “thе јеаlоuѕ knоw nоthіng, ѕuѕресt muсh, аnd fеаr еvеrуthіng.” Cоlumnіѕt Elіzаbеth Gіlmеr ѕаіd, “thе јеаlоuѕ brіng dоwn thе сurѕе thеу fеаr uроn thеіr оwn hеаdѕ.” Wе’vе аll hеаrd thе ѕtоrіеѕ, frоm Shаkеѕреаrе’ѕ Othеllо tо thе Bеаtlеѕ ѕоng “Jеаlоuѕ Guу,” tо thе mаnу соntеmроrаrу mоvіеѕ bаѕеd оn јеаlоuѕу. But whаt dоеѕ јеаlоuѕу rеаllу mеаn? And hоw саn іt аffесt а mаrrіаgе оr оthеr rеlаtіоnѕhір? It is true that jealousy brings about your worst fears. Continue reading

What is Emotional Abuse?

what is emotional abuse?

What is Emotional Abuse?

Whаt іѕ еmоtіоnаl аbuѕе? It’ѕ а fоrm оf bullуіng whісh оvеrrіdеѕ аnоthеr реrѕоn’ѕ fееlіngѕ оf ѕаfеtу, ѕеlf-wоrth, аnd аutоnоmу. Phуѕісаllу аbuѕеd wоmеn rерrеѕеnt оnе-quаrtеr tо оnе-thіrd оf аll wоmеn nееdіng еmеrgеnсу trеаtmеnt. In Australia, one woman each week is killed by her partner. That’s very high statistics in a country that has nowhere near the same number of people that Britain and the United States have. Half of all women murdered in the United States were killed by their partners. In Brіtаіn, twо wоmеn а wееk аrе kіllеd bу thеіr раrtnеrѕ. Thеѕе rеѕultѕ аrе есhоеd thе wоrld оvеr. Continue reading

What is Fear?

what is fear

What is Fear?

written by OL and edited by MR ©

What is fear? Fear is an unpleasant emotion that is caused by a threat, danger or harm and it is also said that fear to be afraid of something or someone. Fear also causes people to react in many different ways whether it’s good or bad. Fear takes away our ability to try new things and it can lead us down a very distasteful and dark path. To be afraid is like seeing the water right in front of your face: you know you are thirsty but because of the fear inside, you are too afraid to drink. What do you think will happen to you if you don’t drink the water? Without water we cannot live because water is life and if you don’t drink then you are going to die. In our lives fear must be pushed aside to accept the change that may very well transform our life and make life a little more interesting. Continue reading

Bleeding Love

Bleeding Love

Bleeding Love

The poem below is a fair description of what happens to women when they experience severe trauma and abuse throughout their lives.  When a woman reaches a point such as this, it’s time to get some help from healers who don’t just work with the mind.  Trauma gets stuck in the body via cellular memory and congregates around certain parts of the body, sometimes manifesting as cancer.  When there is alot of stored pain in the body, you have to let it go. It’s the only way to heal. Some of you will be able to relate to this poem alot…… Continue reading

Jealousy is Not Necessary

jealousy is not necessary

Jealousy is Not Necessary

“What is jealousy? It’s the mind’s reaction to a loss of control, or the imagined loss of control. If you don’t have to control, you can’t be jealous, can you? Jealousy is a fascist emotion. In the realm of subtle feeling you will love your partner unconditionally. You won’t try to own them and they won’t try owning you. You will assist them to whatever is best for them in this life, even if that means they move out. Divorce is the result of unresolved control trips. Each hires a good liar and they enter a court that pretends to be interested and the control trip eventually gets sorted out. Continue reading

Crimes of Passion by O.L.

crimes of passion

Crimes of Passion

Why does it hurt every time she cries?
Please give her a reason,
She needs to know why.
Why is she afraid of losing the one she loves?
When all he does is hurt her,
She can no longer tell whether she has had enough. Continue reading

Causes of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Causes of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Causes of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder. It is brought on by memories of either one more (or a series of multiple) extremely stressful events that caused fear or terror, especially if the man, woman or child who experienced the event or events felt unable to do anything about the situation that they were in. Essentially, they felt helpless and powerless to change the situation, to prevent it or to leave it.

That event might have been war, or physical or sexual abuse or assault such as domestic violence or sexual abuse by a parent or a family member or friend. It might have been an accident such as a car accident or motorbike accident. Or perhaps the sufferer was inside a car when it fell into a waterway and was unable to get out until someone arrived to help. Maybe it was a mass disaster like a train crash or the sinking of a cruise-liner. Or being held hostage in a situation where someone intends to murder the people he has hostage if his demands are not met.

You can develop PTSD no matter whether you were the one involved in the situation or whether you were simply a witness to it. It is a normal reaction to feel stress when you experience a traumatic event, but for those who have PTSD they will continue to feel stressed long after the event or events occurred. PTSD is characterised by the intensity of feelings, how many years or months those feelings continue to go on for, how long those feelings last when they do come to mind, how a man or woman reacts to those feelings, and last but not least, the manifestation of certain symptoms due to those thoughts and feelings. Continue reading