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An Absence of Feeling is Pathological

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An Absence of Feeling is Pathological

It’s not “tough” to feel nothing

Healthy relationships, a healthy body and a joyful life require that you feel. An absence of feeling is no asset to these.

The “tough guy” character feels nothing. He makes his decisions and carries out his actions with precise, unfeeling determination. He is ruthless.

We like him because he can’t get hurt. (Wouldn’t that be nice.)

But he’s alone. He feels no joy. He has no relationships.

The Absence of Feeling is Pathological

If you’re ready for healthy relationships, a healthy body and a joyful life, give me a call. We’ll talk, and I’ll teach you how to feel.