Category Archives: 18 Year factor

Special prices on my book

SPECIAL PRICES

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MEET ME @ BARNES & NOBLE

WHEN? – FEBRUARY 17 (2-5 and 6-9PM) WHAT? An 18 Year Factor open forum and book signing WHERE? – Red Rose Commons 1700 H Fruitville Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 QUESTIONS – 18yearfactor@gmail.com Please support this event! Steve Cornell

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True or False

Do you recognize how unhealthy attachments to your past are hurting your present relationships?
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Unresolved, pushed around, and burdened

Clear voices are making it known that “Adverse childhood experiences are the single greatest… Continue reading

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Response to the 18 Year Factor

These are the kinds of responses we’ve consistently heard after I’ve given presentations of … Continue reading

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A simple request

If you are able, consider Continue reading

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Men change after they get married

To understand another person and enjoy a healthy relationship, we must assess his or her…. Continue reading

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A strong and accessible hope

As helplessness and hopelessness become dominant feelings the pain is sure to be multiplied to future generations.  Continue reading

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A distant father

If she displayed to others what he thought to be right and good, then she would receive approval from her dad. As long as she pretended to be the obedient, respectful child, she was accepted. She grew up in hypocrisy, not knowing her father’s love. He was absent emotionally, and to this day, Lindy does not know him, though she still clearly hears his disapproval. Continue reading

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I tried to look normal on the outside

I especially had to conquer childhood fears. Being rejected and imperfect is my ultimate fear. I grew up with an unhealthy and unrealistic belief that I needed to be flawless to be loved. Continue reading

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