When people in therapy talk about how guilty they feel, I often encourage them to throw guilt away in my “magic waste paper basket.” I don’t feel guilty about having a magic water paper basket nor about suggesting that people throw guilt away. My experience is that toxic perpetrators do not feel guilty at all while well-meaning and essentially good people do feel guilty about minor infractions and imperfections.
Here’s my magic waste paper basket …
… and don’t feel guilty about throwing away guilt in any receptacle you choose.
I am guilty of gathering all the images for today’s blog post and I don’t feel guilty about sharing any of them with you.
My guilty pleasures include chocolate soufflé and the Daily Bitch calendar.
Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “guilty.”
Thanks to all who help me feel less guilty, including YOU!
I have frequently found persnickety to be the easily-crossed bridge to crabby, Ann.