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      Hi everyone… Fortunately for us,  Our thoughts do not in themselves determine the people we are, even though they can be very frightening…  Perhaps more  stronger, is the underlying fear that we may lose control and be like the people in our thoughts. Thankfully, that will be extremely unlikely to happen, because we care so much about other people. It’s not easy, is it? And all the worry about the rules regarding covid are a real stressor, that adds to our vulnerability…  Around this forum, there is a lot of information to help us…



        Thoughts just arise in the mind like clouds in the sky. They are just floating through. Intrusive thoughts are just that….Intrusive. You don’t want them to be there as you perceive that they are not in harmony with your primary sense of who you are. Dont fight with thoughts. Just allow them to be there till they go away.

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