What is Lust?

SoulationRecently, I had the distinct privilege of chatting with Soulation’s Jonalyn Fincher about that most vexing of problems, lust.

Soulation is a virtual warehouse of spiritually-focused content designed to, in their words, “help people become more fully human.”  This clip is part of a larger conversation we had, the remainder of which will be published online some time in the next month or so.

I hope you enjoy it!

This post is part of an ongoing series called, A Therapist Goes to Church.

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Author: Ryan Thomas Neace

Ryan Thomas Neace is a counselor, professor, husband, and daddy. Please contact him for counseling via skype or in-person at ryan@changeincorporated.org.

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  • Becca Eubank

    Quote is not by Oscar Wilde, but Francois de La Rochefoucauld. And why is the picture at top of this blog introduce and associate the title of “What is Lust?” with a woman with red lipstick biting an apple? Why not of two people, or of a man? All said, in the video, I like the point made by your counterpart about maybe why your client dressed how she did. I hope it gave you another perspective to consider in how you interpret others’ actions. Sometimes things are not always as they may first appear, or seem to be to you. Her intent may have been different than you took it to be. Maybe you should have just confronted your client and asked her, rather than playing the guessing game in why she presented herself in that manner. Perhaps the judgment was in your part.