Freedom from Fear, Guilt and Pain2018

Freedom from Fear and Guilt and Pain

Sandy came to my house and said, "I don't know if I even want to try anymore." "What do you mean?" I asked. "Some days I'm not sure I even want to live. I feel like I have a weight on my shoulders all the time--an unbearable weight." There…

Judgment—By What Standard?

Not a day goes by without my hearing people expressing pain about what they've done with their lives, what they're doing now, and who they are. At every turn, guilt and self-criticism seem to reign. Although the individual expressions vary,…
Where True Youth Resides - Real Love Blog - Greg Baer

Where True Youth Resides

Learn how to free yourself from the guilt, fear, and anger that have been weighing you down and start living the joyful life you deserve NOW by reading or listening to Real Love. "He rocked my foundation! Greg Baer touched me deeply. He's…

Learning from Silence

Miranda was raised in a nightmare of anger, criticism, and fear. Everyone thus wounded responds in a variety of ways to protect themselves, and Miranda’s favorite tool was controlling. She called me and said, “The more I learn about Real…

Feeling Guilty is a Foolish and Useless Indulgence (Video Clip)

We spend all our lives feeling guilty about how we “should have done better.” But we could not have done better then with what we knew at the time.

Guilt Vs. Shame

People often have a hard time separating guilt and shame. Guilt is feeling bad about someTHING you have done. Shame is feeling bad about YOU. But guilt and shame become inseparable once shame has become established at an early age, as is…

What's on Your Plate?

Dillon called and began to describe his fears, sprinkled generously with guilt. "What's on your plate now?" I asked. "What do you mean?" "All your life you've been starving to death from a lack of love. Now you have several people who…

Falling Leaves

A man — let’s call him George — called me to describe the unbearable pressure he was feeling from his family. They were a “tight-knit family,” he said. They had always “been close,” and now they were “relying on him to help them”…