Summarizing The Psychology of the Seven Deadly Sins

As Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande “We are not innocent” in their song “Rain On Me” we are far from it. But the Karen’s of the worlds seem to lie to themselves as they are convinced running to religion using it to justify their sins. In my honest opinion, if God or whatever Higher Power exists, made us in his image. They also instilled the lovely quality of “human nature.” Where biologically we are programmed to make mistakes. The pride in stubbornness is what prevents us from changing for the better. As, the way for redemption; which associates with the sin of sloth. We need to make a full effort in making the change, which starts by taking accountability.

In this journey I became spiritual more than religious, as I learned a lot from each religion in studying theology. Which if you look at it in hindsight, it all has some distorted message that is not “truth, but convenience.” Which the “Devil in a Sunday Hat,” that I picked up from True Blood is what I lookout for in everyday life. Here are the take aways that I gained from writing “The Psychology of the Seven Deadly Sins.”

  • We are all sinners at the end of the day
  • Sin is triggered by fear
  • Deflection is based on the sin we commit most frequently
  • The cause and effect is apparent in all sin
  • We become associated with the acts of the actions of sins others committed physically
  • Passive Aggressive Sinning is still sinning
  • Justification of Sin is a Circle Jerk of Sin
  • We Sin to fit in to social groups 
  • Justifying sin will never get us the positive change we want to see

That is also associated with these fears:

  1. Fear Of Failure
  2. Fear Of Success
  3. Fear Of Being Judged
  4. Fear Of Emotional Pain
  5. Fear Of Embarrassment
  6. Fear Of Being Abandoned Or Being Alone
  7. Fear Of Rejection
  8. Fear Of Expressing Your True Feelings
  9. Fear Of Intimacy
  10. Fear Of The Unknown
  11. Fear Of Loss
  12. Fear Of Death

I am not going to sit here and lie to you saying that I am perfect, because I am not. I am not here to start my own religion, I am not hear to shame, or slander, or belittle you for those sins. Because I have no place to do any of these things. All I want to do is to help you get some clarity in this burning world that we don’t know who to turn too, who to run too. As it feels that we can’t even trust our own religious figures sometimes. I am here to give you the knowledge so you can make better choices in your life and eliminate the fear that you have in steps. I am hear to empower you to break the chains. I am here to help you be the Phoenix you want to be. It’s out about fame or fortune (but money would help with not only helping me assure my family and I stay healthy) but it would help me do so much more for people like us. We always see on social media attempt to make it, but fail. Then we don’t see them ever again. I feel it’s a lot to do with the fact that the fear appears as if consistency was a strength they had aside of fear, they would still be out doing the things they were doing. Revamped and stronger.

This journey truly has been a selfless one as even though I am not getting paid for doing what I do, I work harder to provide food on the table, run my website, and even pay for some of my family and I’s treatments. As this is a passion and much needed wisdom in our day and age. My family was the reason why I started, as their stories paints a picture of systematics. People immediately associate with popularity with money, which I might be trending, but I am still not getting paid. For the longest time in this self help journey of reading other bits of advice, I always said “these people are amazing” but then they are no where to be found. As they fallen from grace. My ex fiancée was well known in Las Vegas and swore by the bible, but he was one who was the biggest sinner. As his narcissism always condemned me and always ended up having me thrown out in the streets, which could have been avoided if I got my own apartment instead of feeding his insecurity. As the only way he would be in this relationship was under his rules. Which had me kicked out more than one. Which I learned my lesson, as his manipulation failed in the end when he tried to come back. Throwing in my face his traveling he was doing around the world, which in the end fed his gambling addiction. I forgave him but not in the way he wanted me to. Because he didn’t want to keep himself accountable and expected a clean slate after years of betrayal. Which I had a gut feeling that he went back to his ex-wife, who ironically became friends with. Which she was strong, beautiful, powerful, and amazing af. Which I feel because of the relationship that failed, not because of her. Because of a man’s ego, I felt she let him back into her life that I really hope it wasn’t the case. As him, being a good guy naturally, became toxic because of these internalized feelings he had and the continuous blaming of others for the things he had control of. I wish the best and I hope she finds herself, because what I see in her is far incredible. Because in the end, she’s a good one as the only thing stopping her is the “fear of being alone.” For a single mom, she did amazingly. And the funny thing, the encounter started with my ex calling her a “vindictive woman” which was the red flag that had me realize that he was the ‘Shitty human being” by choice. Which all it would take is an apology and work that he’s truly sorry and not blowing smoke up my ass. Because one thing my ex had was the fear of being alone. Because with each separation, he was on Plenty of Fish, Match, Christian Single, and Adult Friend Finder looking for his next victim. Where if he would just resolve his insecurities, stop living in the past, and face his fears; he might be the incredible he was meant to be. And the ugly truth, his pride will never allow him to that. Where he still is in that bubble, will be the first person to attempt to bring me down from grace. If I ever get there, using gaslighting and narcassim to attack me. Now backed with psychological knowledge and the power of being headstrong, all I can say is. “Bring it mofo. Cause your fucking with the wrong bitch today.” And for me that’s everyday. As tomorrow we discover the other spectrum of religion, “The Psychology of the Seven Virtues” with a new spin on Chastity.

Published by Frieda Lopez at Frieda the Writer

Frieda López is the writer for Journey of an Unraveled Road who was born and raised in San Antonio, TX. Through her professional career in Customer Relations and Retail Management, she has utilized her experience and interactions with the behavioral patterns, which was used to start her personal journey with Journey of A Unraveled Road as her debut novel. She has completed philosophy, psychology, and theology courses at San Antonio College as well as creative writing courses. Frieda López has been a lifelong writer since 2nd grade. A survivor of childhood trauma, childhood abuse, and domestic violence, she wrote this piece, which started this book as her personal journey; works from home in San Antonio, TX.

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