Are you tired of watching other people connect and build relationships while you hold yourself back? I know I was. Time after time, I’d see people joke, laugh, and feel rejuvenated by the friendships and love they built. I felt so awkward. So out of place. I tried so hard, but I never seemed to […]
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My father drank to cope. His way of coping cut me and my brothers and sister off from the best parts of him. He coped with life’s many challenges using alcohol and food and inappropriate sex and purchases and power over people. He never was unable to have an emotionally vulnerable conversation with any of us eight kids.
Guilt and shame producing phrases echo through many people’s childhood. Parents, teachers, grandparents, siblings, even complete strangers use those words, and others repeat them. Those phrases are used because they work… at least in the short run. They are great way to “cope” with and manage children. Here’s why…
The holidays are supposed to be a magical time… right? Then why are so many of us disappointed and more lonely than ever? 3 Mistakes Even Smart People Make Around Their Loved Ones… That Leave Them Disappointed, Lonely and Isolated Around The Holidays Learn the top three mistakes people make around the holidays with their […]