You may recall a post I made a few months ago …

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in which I mentioned that “I am not at all proud of the species I apparently belong to” (“I understand that this is very important to you”). Another way of putting this idea is that I have little trust in the human species (that is very general – perhaps it might be more appropriate to say that I have little trust in the vast majority of humans; there are a very small number of humans in whom I might be able to manage to have a small amount of trust in).

http://remediary.com/2021/02/11/in-what-we-trust

The number of apps available for chatting, texting, video chat, or just sharing things numbered about 250 in 2019 with somewhere around 3 billion users of at least 2 or more — that’s a lot of information being shared across these platforms every minute of every day

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I am currently on almost all major social media apps and this blog site. These are the places I communicate or interact with others even before this pandemic occurred.

https://love-to-bake-site.com/2020/07/18/killer-of-enthusiasm-loneliness

I don’t know why she’s angry at me! I never hurt her! I don’t deserve this!

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As Michael did, we can listen and learn from those we’ve wounded. Simultaneously, we need to connect with the wounded parts of ourselves, as we each recognize our culpability and seek to change. We can do this through practices of self-compassion or spiritual practices of confession, repentance, and atonement.

https://www.gottman.com/blog/neutrality-is-invalidation