Category Archives: Guilt

How to talk to your inner critic so it will listen

We all know it: the critical voice (or force) inside that has something demeaning to say about you. It might say (or feel like): “do more, it’s not enough”, or “why did you do it like that? …you messed up again?” or “why would he like you?” or “ooh, think … Continue reading

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Why do depressed people feel so guilty?

Ah, guilt. So insidious.  The insidious bit to me is the blurring of the border between a real and imaginedsense of remorse.  For guilt is actually a useful feeling for we social humans to have. Without guilt we wouldn’t have much of a conscience, therefore … Continue reading

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