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HOMOSEXUAL ANGER

ANGER

The most significant type of anger influencing the development of homosexual attraction in childhood is anger with oneself. As a result of ongoing rejections by peers, many boys acquire an intense dislike for their bodies and view them as weak, unattractive and unmasculine. This can lead to highly risky and self destructive addictive and sadomasochistic behavior for an intense dislike of them. One can also become obsessed with the bodies of one’s peers who are well-built and muscular. The ultimate expression of self-hatred and aversion to one’s body is seen in those who undergo sex change surgery.

HOMOSEXUAL ANGER

Intense hatred is seen in homosexuals within the media or in the educational, political, ministerial and mental health fields when they attempt to force our culture to change its views on homosexuality. They direct their anger against the Judeo-Christian morality, the nuclear family and the basic differences between men and women.

A homosexual can grow to hate his body as small and weak. In spiritual therapy, his healing can progress by being thankful for his body that God gave him by viewing his soul as much more important as the body and by being thankful for his special male gifts.

HOMOSEXUAL ADDICTIVE DISORDER

The sexually compulsive, highly reckless and life-threatening behavior in a large percentage of homosexuals would indicate the presence of an addictive disorder. While the specific diagnostic category of sexual addiction has not been officially accepted, yet in the mental health field, clinical programs exist for such treatments along with journals of sexual addiction.

HOMOSEXUAL ANGER

In spite of the danger of acquiring AIDS, enormous numbers of males do not protect themselves sexually. One study identified 31% of respondents in sixteen cities had engaged in unprotected sex. One article, “Why Gay Men are having Risky Sex” described the situation as explained and claimed that HIV infections had quadrupled in San Francisco since 1987. In many individuals this behavior is frequently preceded by the use of alcohol and drugs. This situation existed for some because of numerous emotional conflicts.

NARCISSISM

HOMOSEXUAL ANGER

Narcissism or selfishness is another major factor influencing the attraction to the homosexual lifestyle. There is a tendency to not have to make a total commitment to one person. This behavior is almost childlike because it leads to minimal obligations in relationships and few limitations in the pursuit of pleasure. Continue reading HOMOSEXUAL ANGER

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SIGNS OF AN ENTITLEMENT COMPLEX

ENTITLEMENT COMPLEX

Entitlement

Entitlement is the belief that one inherently deserves privileges or special treatment. Too often in society we are inclined to be self- indulgent and therefore entitled.

There is a rampant disease: Entitlement is a contagious state of mind that is affecting a whole generation of young people: a misguided sense that makes them think that they deserve more for doing less. You have to be more self-aware! It’s a journey of self discovery.

SIGNS YOU HAVE A SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT COMPLEX

By now you may be wondering: do I have a sense of entitlement? You may exhibit a certain level of selfishness:

  1. You impose unrealistic demands onto your family, children, friends, acquaintances, lovers, employees, and/or employers.
  2. You tend to feel sorry for yourself if things don’t work out the way you wanted (self-pity), and openly advertise this in melodramatic, attention-seeking ways.
  3. People have called you a “control freak”, “bully”, “manipulative”, “ruthless”, “egotistical”, “vain”, or a “liar”.
  4. You believe that you deserve happiness and go to great, sometimes extreme lengths to ensure that happens, often at the expense of others.
  5. You punish people when they don’t do what you want either passively (e.g. silent treatment, gossiping, spreading rumors) or aggressively (e.g. shouting, verbally/physically abusing).
  6. In order to “succeed” in life, you believe in going to any lengths.
  7. You constantly see other people as competition or “threats”.
  8. You tend to exhibit many double-standards in the way you behave/interact with other people, e.g. I can be late and forget my duties and commitments, but YOU can’t; I can treat myself, but YOU can’t; I can abuse or disrespect you, but YOU can’t to ME.
  9. You tend to take more than give in friendships and relationships.
  10. You tend to look out for yourself, your needs and desires more than anyone else almost 100% of the time.
  11. You have a hard time negotiating or compromising.
  12. You have a deep-seated conviction that you have priority and should always come first, even at the expense of stepping on others.
  13. People always seem to be offended or upset by what you do or say.
  14. You generally think that you are better, or more important, than other people and other people should see this and unquestioningly respect you.
  15. You crave admiration and adoration.
  16. You like to assert your dominance or superiority over other people, finding it second nature.

Continue reading SIGNS OF AN ENTITLEMENT COMPLEX

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I HAVE A RIGHT TO MY OPINION!

IT’S MY  OPINION!

I have a right to my opinion,’ says the modernist or relativist, meaning, ‘I have a right to expect you to treat my opinion as valid.’ Ironically, in a world where one person’s opinion is as good as another’s, those who insist that their opinion is the correct one are seen as rude, judgmental and hating.

 We can believe what we choose. Unfortunately we are answerable for what we choose to believe.

MY OPINION

RIGHT TO MY OPINION

There will always be an unconscious search for the meaning of life. God has built this propensity into His creation. It can be likened to a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip imbedded into our brain. This yearning is not unlike thirty-something women anxious to find husbands and have children. Ironically, the hole, which we try to fill in life, keeps on getting bigger no matter what success you experience. There is really no way to fill this spiritual hole in the material world. Continue reading I HAVE A RIGHT TO MY OPINION!

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