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... some intense emotions (e.g., anger, fear, sadness, shame ... to walk with us (and ideally guide us) through the necessary emotional ... some intense emotions (e.g., anger, fear, sadness, shame ...
... a marriage – the hurt, loss, confusion and anger take their toll. But an affair does not ... a marriage – the hurt, loss, confusion and anger take their toll. But an affair does not ...
... and to increasingly become stuck in bitterness, resentment and anger. The only way to become free of such ... and to increasingly become stuck in bitterness, resentment and anger. The only way to become free of such ...
... ) alternative is to have a relational context where you feel safe, and the other person knows how to guide you through the process of learning to face your pain/sadness/loss while staying relationally connected. ...
... in quotes here because in most of life we're never going to know with certainty what happened in a given interaction, because memory is imperfect and malleable by nature. The above is more-so speaking to a common tendency ...
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