July 2016

      It was a sad day when I realized that the walls I had protect me had become my prison cell. That what I needed to heal was on the outside and I had cut myself off from it all. Looking through the bars of my cell and seeing the key to open the door and not know how to get it. The Eagles line in...

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    I think there are many reasons why people don't see there upbringing as dysfunctional. First and foremost is that the only example they have is their own childhood. They have nothing to compare theirs to. They may have glimpses of the family life of their friends and neighbors but not the whole picture. Also dysfunctional family life by its very own nature does not allow...

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