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Emotional Bondage posted Jun 1, 2018

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Hello, my friends, I have a question for you. Are you in bondage? Do you suffer from jealousy or envy always wanting what others have? Do you eat too little or gluttony eating and drinking too much? Are you greedy no amount of money is ever enough?

Do you experience lust abnormal sexual desires or extreme amounts of sex with no satisfaction? Are you prideful unreasonable self-esteem and increased feelings of self-worth? Do you often suffer laziness due to a dislike of work? Are you experiencing wrath intense epic anger? Alternatively, are you living in fear aroused by a real or imagined threat?

Whatever you’re in bondage to it is possible to break free. It starts with identifying and understanding where it came from, were you taught, did you witness, or were you a victim of the bondage which now captivates your life?

After you have stopped to think about the origins of your oppressive thoughts and subsequent behaviors, and you have a clear understanding. It is time to challenge your teaching, what you witnessed, and what you fell victim to and learn to think and act differently in the future.

S.T.A.R

STOP relax, and take time to recognize and understand your emotions, think about what caused the feelings and ask yourself why.

TRANSFORM the way you think once you understand what caused your feelings. Take your new knowledge and develop behavioral methods to promote favorable emotions when faced with the same situations in the future.

AWAKEN and enlighten yourselves to the fact that painful feelings are a part of the human experience, and all humans must process emotions without prevention to begin a new journey or phase in their lives.

REFORM must take place now that you are awake. Out with the old behaviors of refusing to recognize and understand emotional distress and merely reacting to it, and in with the new ideas of identifying and understanding your emotions, transforming your thinking, and implementing well-developed behavioral methods to foster healthy feelings in the future.

Please call the advice line and ask Mama Sue if you need further assistance.

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Mama Sue

/ Advice Columnist