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  • Self-Help
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    Self-Help

    Posted February 23, 2003
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    So many people speak today of the idea of self-development and the idea of "working" upon themselves. What does it mean to develop the "self"? Is this really possible to do? I've been praying for help, and have received none. Part of the problem is I don't even know what kind of help I want. How can I ask for something I myself don't understand?...

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  • Discerning When to Help Others
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    Discerning When to Help Others

    Posted December 31, 2015
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    My son and his wife are going through the rocky first stages of divorce, which of course is very painful. I haven't had any contact with her for a few months. My daughter tells me they could use some help with money for some of my grandkids' needs. Do you feel under the circumstances that I should offer to help, or should I just wait until things are more settled?...

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  • Actualizing Self-Help Knowledge
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    Actualizing Self-Help Knowledge

    Posted December 3, 2012
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    Many self-help writers write around the solution to an issue or problem without actually providing any real solution. Do your books actually show a person the way to access "now" and stay there? Why is "now" supposedly the golden key to our true nature?...

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  • Help for Anxiety and Insomnia
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    Help for Anxiety and Insomnia

    Posted February 10, 2014
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    I have struggled with anxiety and fear all my life. I have taken medication for this for over 20 years. I have been to therapy and I am in the Work every day. One of my major goals has been to get off medication completely and since accomplishing that, there have been some very, very tough days and nights -- bouts of insomnia and days of pain and irritability that have challenged me to the hil...

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  • Help for a Self-Damaged Psyche
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    Help for a Self-Damaged Psyche

    Posted May 9, 2014
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    My mother died this year and I have never felt such agony of grief. To say I am tortured in my misery would be an understatement. I admit that I neglected my mother and I accept responsibility for that. But even if I dedicated the rest of my life to serving others, it wouldn't compensate for the suffering I caused her. It is a given that I should not take my life. For me to try to alleviate my...

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  • Help Along the Way
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    Help Along the Way

    Posted September 24, 2009
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    Is the Work basically about seeing the negative and ignoring it? What if a co-worker is a "constant relentless" negative person that looks to fault you (and most others) every single minute he can without any sign of ever slowing down to anything I have thus tried already? Is it okay to inflict physical pain on someone if attacked? Finally, is it okay to feel good about yourself and feel power...

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  • "The Secret to Help Heal the Suffering of the World"
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    The Secret to Help Heal the Suffering of the World

    Posted October 17, 2008
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    It seems as though I'm always in a state of suffering. Not only do I feel this anguish myself, but I know that it cuts me off from other people. I feel isolated. How can I open my heart?...

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  • How Can I Help My Mother?
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    How Can I Help My Mother?

    Posted February 16, 2019
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    I received news today that my mother has dangerously high blood pressure and I am very concerned. I know that my continual outbursts of negativity, rage, and suicidal threats are contributing. My mother is one of the most loving, amazing, beautiful people you could ever meet, and she has been there for me the entire time. She does not deserve this...

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  • A Truth for the Homeless, Helpless, and Hopeless
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    A Truth for the Homeless, Helpless, and Hopeless

    Posted March 24, 2013
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    I work with homeless youth and deal with learned helplessness on a daily basis. There seems to be a common feeling of being trapped in a cage of circumstance that is out of their control. Some feel that they would rather take what they get, instead of wanting what they'll never have.

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  • Helping a Suicidal Person
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    Helping a Suicidal Person

    Posted June 8, 2014
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    I divorced my husband just over two years ago after a 20+ year marriage. He was on a path of self-destruction and I could no longer be a part of what he had become. His decline accelerated over the next two years until this morning when he called to tell me he intended to kill himself and he just wanted to say goodbye and thank you for trying my best. A part of me is attempting to convince mys...

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  • End the Cycle of Self-Punishment
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    End the Cycle of Self-Punishment

    Posted February 17, 2010
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    My sister's husband abandoned her, and she is left angry and hurt. She has asked me how to get past this. How can I help her? (From student correspondence)...

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  • 'Harshness' as an Act of Love
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    'Harshness' as an Act of Love

    Posted May 22, 2014
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    Vernon Howard was a bit harsh in his assessments of people. He believed you shouldn't help others. I think we all need help because many of us are blind. Would you help anyone that came to you, even "undeserving" people? Aren't we all undeserving? Vernon spoke of "super-sickies." Are there such people?...

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