Are atheists angry at God? Part 2
Leaving off my in-eloquent first part I shall continue to muddle through the misconception that atheists are “angry at God.” In the first part we discussed how emotions are part of the process of logic from a psychological point of view. In this post I Read More…
Are atheists angry at God? Part 1
I was watching a youtube video by Gary Habermas who is a popular Christian apologist. In that video, he claims Read More…
In The Hands of a Trickster God
I love George Carlin. What a great comic!
What to do if Experiencing Depression
I’ve experienced clinical depression once in my life as a teen (17-ish). I can only tell you Read More…
CES Update 4
Just a quick update. I want to officially say, I love my CES unit. This month my OCD increased a bit but my anxiety hasn’t thanks in large part to the CES device. I do use it high between 3.5 and 5.0 and for an hour at a time. It’s pretty good. I’m impressed! I’m happy to say that I don’t have to increase medication (anti-anxiety meds).
Some Musings on Pascal’s Wager
As you may know, my OCD flares up from time to time and centers around the fear of hell via Pascal’s wager (PW). I was listening to a podcast by The Scathing Atheist that went on about this topic of “what if you’re wrong” that made me realize Read More…
This is probably the one that directly affects anxiety disorders the most. Emotional reasoning is a very common cognitive error. It usually doesn’t show up by itself. Feelings themselves are neither true or false, they just are, so another cognitive error is what usually blurs the lines between our feelings and what is actually happening. It boils down to: Read More…
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