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Shame as the Modern dictionary defines is, “a painful feeling arising from the consciousness of something dishonorable, improper, etc., done by oneself or another.” You may be hurt somewhere in the past and you may still feel the pain and the shame. You are a victim. You suffered. But it’s unfair to you to keep on carrying the shame and the pain any more. You need to stop the pain so that you can move on your life. The healing process must starts from you. You cannot change the past, but you can change your present and future. You need to learn how to forgive yourself and those who hurt you. To forgive is to let go of pain, resentment and regret from our past experience.  “When you forgive you set a prisoner free. And then you discover that the prisoner was you.”

If gold is your favorite color, you radiate charisma, personality and individuality, making others feel relaxed and valued in your company. You are a loving and compassionate person who shows great personal warmth to all you meet - others feel empowered when in your presence. With your magnetism and your positive outlook on life, you draw people to you who aspire to your level of success! For-the-Love-of-Colours-Gold-NHN-Couture-b  When living to the highest level of the colour gold, you often exhibit great spiritual qualities, seeking and giving unconditional love and understanding to all you meet.

A man who can cry is a man who has learned some secrets about intimacy. But sadly, for many men it takes something tragic or life-changing before they understand this truth. Here are a few ways you can tell if the man you love has trouble with intimacy or struggles to open up:

  • He’s unable to discuss his feelings.
  • He’s determined to avoid his feelings.
  • He’s unable to express love, sorrow, or pain.
  • He’s unable or unwilling to cry.
  • He’s determined to make all situations into a joke.
  • He’s determined to lighten the mood or change the topic when emotional issues are discussed.
  • He physically leaves the room when emotional issues are discussed.
  • He’s insensitive to the emotions of those around him.
Most men–unfortunately–do not undergo such traumatic experiences as the one described above. Yet many boys emerge from adolescence with a strong sense that being strong and unfeeling is the “masculine” thing to do. When a male brain is saturated in testosterone, it doesn’t take much, even from well-meaning family members, to give a boy the message that emotions and feelings are only for girls.