Dissociative Identity ~ The Solution became the Problem

Susan Smith from “A Journey” wrote an inspiring guest blog post for me the other day about turning points and emotional healing, and it reminded me of the ways that I learned how to finally get quiet and face the turmoil in my mind so that I could face the turmoil in my life. Like … Continue reading "Dissociative Identity ~ The Solution became the Problem"

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Physical Abuse ~ who says when Discipline is Abusive?

My husband usually says that he was not physically abused but once in a while in the past few years he has admitted that there were a few occasions when he actually was physically abused by his father. He is willing to call what happened “abusive”.  I have always found it fascinating that he didn’t … Continue reading "Physical Abuse ~ who says when Discipline is Abusive?"

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I wasn’t Really Old Enough to Know Better

My last post “The Twisted Accountability Tactic & How it Works” caused a few comments using the phrase “old enough to know better” or “I should have known better”. This is an interesting expression; one that I beat myself up with for a very long time. I didn’t understand my choices or why I made … Continue reading "I wasn’t Really Old Enough to Know Better"

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