Feeling sorry for yourself?

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About Christine DeLorey

Numerologist and author of LIFE CYCLES Your Emotional Journey To Freedom And Happiness (ISBN: 0-9673130-9-0). Author of the nine-book series: CREATIVE NUMEROLOGY Your Journey Through The Cycles Of Time. My main website is: www.creativenumerology.com
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5 Responses to Feeling sorry for yourself?

  1. 18lizzie says:

    thank you..so much..for this reminder…Blessings to you and yours..so grateful for you..

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  2. Coreen Kendrick says:

    Thank you so much that I happened to read this because our cat was murdered by a bunch of teen boys and I’m grieving pretty bad especially having that horrible image of him. Thank you for honoring this feeling.

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  3. D. Russo says:

    I am I the 8 year. And your comment is completely accurate. During the past 8 years I’ve lost my marriage, my dog & cat that brought me comfort, my mom & my job. Pulling oneself out of grief & guilt is extremely difficult.

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    • That’s a heavy load indeed. Sometimes we are pummeled by heart-breaking circumstances over which we have no control, and I am so sorry for your pain. That is why I stress the importance of giving the healing process the time it needs. Yes, years and years if need be. You have every right to feel the way you do. We cannot pull ourselves out of grief because grief is something that must pass through and out of us until has been expressed in full – until it is gone.

      Guilt is not an emotion. Guilt is you judging yourself – for things that happened – and/or for feeling as deeply as you are. We live in a system which tells us we should snap out of it, put the past behind us, and ‘move on’. And so we hold it all inside, never really healing, merely going through the motions of ‘getting on’ with life. Guilt is what STOPS us from feeling our true feelings. Guilt stops us from being honest with ourselves. Guilt is something we have to separate ourselves from without denying that it’s there.

      When you do feel happiness, feel it fully, too. Let it IN. Wishing you much happiness, D Russo.

      Christine

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