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    Share your conversion or reversion story

    Figured I’d post this before retiring for the evening, especially considering that today is the feast of Pentecost. Share the account of how you came to the religion you believe now, and post it here. Here’s mine down below, it’s a reversion story:
  2. LadyS

    Any Agnostics here..?

    Apologies in advance if it's already been posted. Wanted to see if there are anyone here who take an agnostic approach to life? I was raised Hindu, in a predominantly conservative Christian area. However, contrary to popular belief, Hinduism isn't so much a religion as it is a culture. There...
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    Biggest flaw, how serious it is, and how to confront it

    I know I've made threads on this before and others have, likewise, mentioned this; but I really want to discuss my own struggle with this, what it's like for me and how I might be able to overcome this. So right now, my biggest flaw is anger, I really struggle with anger right now and I just...
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    Alexithymia (trouble identifying and describing emotions)

    WHAT IS ALEXITHYMIA? Alexithymia refers to trouble identifying and describing emotions. Most people learn about emotions from their parents. If your parents did not teach you about emotions or adequately respond to your emotional distress when you were a child, you may have trouble understanding...
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    Replacing Unhelpful Beliefs with More Accurate and Helpful Beliefs

    INTRODUCTION Your beliefs and thoughts about yourself and others influences your emotions and how you feel. Negative or inaccurate beliefs can make you feel worse, make bad decisions, avoid people, and result in depression or anxiety. Learning to form more accurate and helpful beliefs can help...
  6. Nitro

    Thoughts on beliefs

    I will be the first to put my belief out there. I consider myself an agnostic theist. My belief structure is also scientific in nature,but with a common denominator of there being too much order to the living world for it to have been a random petri dish happenstance that formed life as we know...
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