An article was posted on the Christian Science Monitor website yesterday, under A Christian Science Perspective, by Barbara Vining titled, Self-conscious? Commune with God!:
To human sense, to be self-conscious is to be preoccupied with our physical appearance and human personality and concerned about what other people think of us. I remember how self-conscious I felt as a teenager, which is not uncommon at such a pivotal time of development. We want to be popular – well-liked by our peers. We want to fit in.
In those teen years I went through a period when I overate and gained excessive weight. This made me even more conscious of how others saw me. But that negative way of thinking of myself, along with the excessive eating habit, was overcome for good after I began studying Christian Science…
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Tags: A Christian Science Perspective, Barbara Vining, Christian Science, Christian Science Monitor, Self conscious
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