Six point detox plan

The early years of life play a big roll in shaping your future – especially your identity, security, and relationship skills. If your 18-year factor was damaged by a significant disruption or a serious dysfunction, consider this 6 point detox plan for freedom from the past.

Wisdomforlife

1ba68-god2527sblessingsThe early years of life significantly shape our identity and character. These years (for better or worse, or both) chart a direction for our future health and stability.  

If you’ve experienced a healthy and functionally stable upbringing, you’ve received a gift that has become increasingly rare.

If your 18-year factor, however, was marked by a significant disruption or a serious dysfunction, it will have a negative affect on your identity, security, and relationship skills.

A toxic background

If there were significant disruptions – (like sexual abuse or your parents’ divorce or some great loss) or serious dysfunctions (like a domineering father or mother, a parent who walks in and out of your life, abuse from a parent, an alcoholic parent or an emotionally distance or perfectionist parent), you had what I call a toxic background. The toxicity must be addressed if you desire…

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1 Response to Six point detox plan

  1. Leo Simon says:

    What is the role o f character,attitude and conduct to growth and development Christianity in the 21st century

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