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Posts Tagged ‘shame and God’

Thoughts on Love, Fear, Shame and God – Part II

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By: Robert Gottlieb

rgottleib-frameFor Part I of this article, click here.

When I was younger, I had a difficult time comprehending many subjects in school, especially math and science. Coming from a family in which my grandfather is a chemical engineer, my oldest brother a meteorologist, my other brother a civil engineer and my father gifted in black arts of electrical engineering, I sort of expected I’d at least be able to do fractions.… Read the rest →

Thoughts on Love, Fear, Shame and God – Part 1

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by Robert L. Gottlieb, LPC

rgottleib-frame“Our society also leads us astray with conditions of worth. As we grow up, our parents, teachers, peers, the media, and others, only give us what we need when we show we are “worthy,” rather than just because we need it.… Read the rest →