For me these visits have also aroused guilt feelings
," he wrote in a 2006 essay for the New York Review of Books.
On the other hand, the working mum often deals with guilt feelings
because she spends more time in her job than with her kids, so to compensate she gives up leisure time.
Human grief is a complex process, and women who have stillbirths experience grief and guilt feelings
which are as sharp and as deep as those who lose a neonate.
When you receive the Freeing Women Activation you will experience a release of the subtle manipulations, detrimental contracts and doctrines from religious texts, guilt feelings
and sacrifice patterns that have bound you in persecution, poverty, suffering and low self-worth.
Jacob can set aside whatever guilt feelings
he harbored over the years, because it is clear that Joseph was divinely chosen to save his family from famine, and he could not have done so without going down to Egypt.
He considers whether evil contradicts the existence of a god of love, guilt feelings
and secret fears of God, from distant condescension to reciprocal love, and misunderstood aspects of an even greater love.
Without the human imperatives of guilt feelings
or remorse, I suppose it is just a question of degree whether the actions of some will be judged to be evil or the perpetrator insane.
They have got enormous guilt feelings
, which are normal.
Jensen tries to ratchet up Ulrik's guilt feelings
, telling him that "there are no free rides out of this world.
Perception of unfairness and intergroup support provision: The role of guilt feelings
and attribution of responsibility.
They also conclude that our support for Israel is not derived from moral or strategic concerns, but rather from guilt feelings
regarding the Holocaust--we entered the Second World War too late to stop the Holocaust, so now we owe Israel our total uncritical obedience and allegiance, an atonement of sorts.
Especially, 'self-aware' consumers who are targeted by marketing practitioners through marketing communications live in paradoxes of contemporary consumer culture; through marketing communication some products are positioned as objects of desires or emancipation, yet some others refer to cultural values and norms, ideology of self-control and utilitarian consumption and appeal to guilt feelings