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My Feelings Are Like Wild Animals!

My Feelings Are Like Wild Animals! My Feelings Are Like Wild Animals!
by Gary Egeberg

For: All Teens
Understandning our and responding appropriately to emotions is a critical for teens to learn. This is the groundwork that must be laid in order for purity work to take hold. A large part of a teen's pursuit of purity is about using real relationships instead of fantasy to deal with painful emotions.

The author uses a moral perspective to explain how to deal with difficult, unpleasan or painful emotions such as anger, hate, and fear.
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Posted: Oct 23, 2015,
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Author: Gary Egeberg
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