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    My blog on how I dealt with a broken heart. Perhaps this will help some.

    Hi,

    I just started a blog and my first post is on how I dealt with a broken hearth. Perhaps some people will have a use to read it and see if they can see something of themselves in it and find a way to get through those hellish feelings.

    Feel free to check it out: https://rhymesandblog.wordpress.com/

    Greetings!

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    Your blog is really powerful and correct. I resonated with your discovery that we believe that we are free, the rulers of our lives, but that our unconscious is truly the ruler. This is considered one of the three blows to the human ego. The first was Capernicus discovering that the earth revolves around the sun, showing that man isn't the center of the universe, emotionally or literally. Then Darwin discovering the beginnings of evolution, showing that humans are not separate from nature, we aren't as special as we thought we were, and Sigmund Freud and his discovery of the unconscious through Psychoanalysis showing that our conscious, and its right hand the "will", were not the rulers of the soul, body and mind, but that the unconscious was the ruler. We learned we don't have control.

    I want to recommend a book to you called The Art of Loving by Erich Fromm. It came to mind when you started speaking about becoming conscious about being a control freak, the problems with being perfect and perfectionism and learning how to gain control over your emotions. That book, while studying for my Master's in Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy, helped me understand the lessons you're talking about and also that controlling your emotions isn't the end game, but understanding how to have all your emotions without having to act on them, without them destroying you, and being free to choose how you will be is the end game. Love, emotions, life, it's all an art.

    Here's my blog that I've started very recently. Adamyala.org. In my private practice, studies and writing I work all around relationships and how we can grow and wither away because of them. It's good to see that you're not withering away. Let me know if you have any comments, questions about anything. I'm open to suggestions about questions I can answer in blog posts and I'll genuinely answer them through my own life experience and through my life in Psychoanalysis.

    Thank you for sharing your blog.

    Cheers.
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