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Walter Jacobson, M.D.

Walter Jacobson, M.D.

Posted March 20, 2014

Published in Lifestyle, Video

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When We Maintain Grievances Against Others We Are Attacking Ourselves

Read More: forgiveness, grievances, guilt, happiness, personal development, positive psychology, resentments, self help, self sabotaging behaviors, self-loathing, shame

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When we maintain grievances against others we are actually attacking them. When we attack others we feel bad about ourselves at a deep unconscious level, even if we feel justified in our grievances and attack. Our feeling bad about ourselves involves an increase in our guilt, shame and self-loathing, which causes our subconscious mind to sabotage ourselves. Consequently, when we attack others we are hurting ourselves. SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH VIDEO


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