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Anxiety vs. fear, shame vs. guilt, obsession vs. compulsion and other frequently confused psychology terms

I recently stumbled across a paper published last year in Frontiers in Education that listed 50 “term pairs” in psychology that are commonly confused —such as envy vs. jealousy, prejudice vs. discrimination, anxiety vs. fear and obsession vs. read more

Here’s 20 words you are probably using wrongly, according to scientists

‘In psychology, many terms are confused not only by new students ... experiences concern or compassion for the other person but does not necessarily have the same emotional experience. ‘Shame’ versus ‘guilt.’ Most research suggests that shame ... read more

Is It Time for Christians to Celebrate Pre-Marital Sex?

She didn’t get a pass, because she wasn’t married when she first had sex. But she is now, and she’s not going to live in shame any longer because, as she proclaims, “There is no shame in Christ’s love.” From a very different perspective ... read more

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Q: So why shouldn’t there be a punishment for a woman who has an illegal abortion? A: Oh… as the other [person] said, it’s kind of between her and God. She will get her punishment in the end. First, a clarification. I’m not pro-abortion. read more

Sex Addiction, Paraphilias, and Offending… Oh My!

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