Tag: guilt

Caregiver Guilt: Confessions of a Walking Glue Stick – By Dr. Linda Cobourn

I’ve often heard this emotion is the one “gift” that keeps on giving. I was caregiver for my mom and know this will resonate with many of you (1 out of 5 women over 45 is caregiver for a parent or family member) Introducing…

After Losing a Child – Healing from Guilt and Shame

Thanks to a friend hauling me out of the house last Saturday, I heard a unique message on Guilt and Shame based on teaching from Ed Welch’s book Shame Interrupted.     Two categories of both guilt and shame (that might surprise you) are the…

The Gift of Repentance

Repentance – the only cure for what we used to joke about – Guilt – the “gift” that keeps on giving. But guilt is no joke. The dictionary defines guilt as “a bad feeling caused by knowing or thinking that you have done something…

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