Breaking The Cycle. Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired?
Every family and every relationship functions with some degree of dysfunction. But what happens when the level of dysfunction in your relationships, thanks to addiction, domestic violence or mental illness, becomes too toxic for you to live a safe and peaceful life?
What do you do when you finally realize that you are sick and tired of the drama?
Do you sometimes feel like you are doomed to keep the pattern of dysfunction going in your life?
Well the good news is that you don’t have to keep living in dysfunction if you don’t want to. With some support and a lot of focused effort you can make some positive and life affirming changes in your life. Below are some fantastic free resources that will show you how to break the cycle of dysfunction in your life once and for all.
Yes, You’re Allowed to Be Angry At Your Parents
Are you allowed to be angry and frustrated with the people in your life that abused and neglected you as a child? Of course you are! But you don’t have to stay trapped there. Listen now to this informative podcast that will explain the importance of feeling whatever it is that you are feeling in order to move forward.
“They Did The Best That They Could?”
This is a phrase that we hear a lot as survivors of dysfunctional childhoods. But do we have to listen to it? Do we have to agree that our parents actually did the best that they could. Amy Eden of Guess What Normal Is, has a unique opinion, on the phrase, that you need to hear now!
Addiction: The Family Disease
Yes indeed, addiction is a family disease but that doesn’t mean that you are doomed to follow in dysfunctions foot steps. Read this essay for some inspiration.
Did You Grow Up Not Knowing What A Normal Family Looked Like?
If you grew up in a family rife with addiction or abuse then you probably had (and may still not have) any idea what a normal family can look like. Once you read this essay, you’ll see that you’re not alone.