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Is your need for love smothering someone?

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You have a pet chicken and you want show it love or compassion by holding this chicken; so you go chase the chicken down and grab it, hold it, pet it, and “love it.” You feel that you are giving it love and compassion, but how does the chicken feel? Trapped? Suffocated? Not “Listened” to?

How does this relate to your life? Who really needed love? Who served who? Who are you treating like a pet chicken?

Love to hear your comments below!

P.S. I’m calling this Bird Psychology.

Will be writing a little longer post on it and will link it here when I’m finished.

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