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April 27, 2007
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I have had a hard life full of unhealthy relations, beginning in early childhood, at home. As much as I would like to believe that all of my giving back and personal work toward self- healing that I could break those chains that both my husband and I had to deal with in our families coming up. I am now confronted with just exactly the same patterns in my adult life with my own family. I said I would never go thru or allow such things to happen. I even have programs in the community and make every effort to help those in need. Yet, I am sickened about the idea of not being able to prevent the same pattern from repeating in my own life. And I have no idea how to deal with this situation. All I know is that it must stop here and running away will not solve anything. I am determined to face and deal with this situation unlike those before me and break those generational curses. For my family's sake, my own healing and for the benefit of those who I pass along these wisdoms and tools to. Please help!

April 27, 2007
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Good for you for making that decision. I once heard that it takes 3 generations to break the ccyle of abuse and dysfunction. You are taking a step that will be felt by your children, your grandchildren and your great grandchildren. don't give up now.

My husband is trying to break the chain of abuse. He and his sisters are working hard to make sure their children are growing up free from physical abuse and the pains of alcholic parents. I admire them all for that.

keep up the good work.

April 27, 2007
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Reap...good for you. As the saying goes, when you are ready the teacher will show up. I am thrilled about the journey of self discovery you are about to embark on. I read a lot of books, talked with counsellors, participated in support groups and it's finally beginning to pay off. I especially found Dr. Phil's self matters cd...didn't read the book...very useful because it got me to analyze my life and look at the moments that changed my life and then helped me to deal with that at my own pace. There are many good books to read depending on the nature if your upbringing. All the best to you!!

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