You are viewing a single comment's thread from:

RE: The Psychology of Guilt

in StemSocial2 months ago (edited)

I had to smile when you mentioned being raised Catholic as I was too. I think the world has changed dramatically since those childhood days when an impure thought was a sin. Heck I just saw tv documentary that showed Janet Jackson’s breast in that fracas on the football half-time when Justin Timberlake torn her top. Officials and sponsors were outraged but that is mild to what goes on under the guise of show business.

I’m glad you don’t have any guilt concerning your father. There are many past situations I would have liked to have handled differently but either didn’t have the knowledge or confidence. Mainly now I TRY to be kind…doesn’t always work! 😆

With age does comes being comfortable in your own body and not trying to keep up with the demands of the herd. I can’t say I’m free of guilt or sadness but I try to remember we are here to learn lessons..sometimes the hard way.

Much appreciate you used my lil image, A.G. @agmoore. Have a wonderful week ahead. 💜

Sort:  

Hello my friend, @redheadpei

I’m glad you don’t have any guilt concerning your father.

That certainly is not warranted, but as you suggest, time has mellowed me a bit. I do feel a little pity for him. Imagine growing old and not knowing your children. I can't imagine that.

I can’t say I’m free of guilt or sadness

I think you and I have some of the same treatments for sadness: those critters outside and the strays that need our help.🐤

It's a pleasure to know you my friend. Thanks so much for stopping by. Stay warm☀️