Posted on April 17, 2014
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I was cleaning my kitchen yesterday evening. My mind will wander and open up when I clean my kitchen, scrub the counters, and unload the dishwasher. It must be akin to the Shower Principle. We do something so familiar to us that our minds… Continue Reading “A Visit from An Old Friend”
Posted on July 15, 2011
It’s been one helluva week so I’m just going to “let go” for a moment. I figure I can do that since it’s my blog after all. I wish my mother would disappear over the event horizon of a black hole, hence, permanent deletion… Continue Reading “Borderlines, Sociopaths, PTSD, and Peace”
Category: Borderline Personality Disorder, Christianity, Complex PTSD, Denial, Fathers, Mothers, PTSD, UncategorizedTags: Antisocial Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, boundaries, Christianity, Complex PTSD, denial, mothers, neural networks, peace, PTSD, sociopathy, therapy
Posted on September 20, 2010
We work so hard in our recovery in order to establish boundaries of safety, predictability, and truth, and then someone comes along to challenge us and our healing process. Are we okay? Are we sure that we did “that” work? What do we do now?
Category: Christianity, Denial, Fathers, Healing, human trafficking, Truth, UncategorizedTags: Christianity, community, denial, God, human trafficking, Recovery, sexual abuse, shame, trauma, truth
Posted on July 27, 2010
As we continue to discuss Isabelle Taube’s article for Psychologies Magazine we are moving away how the media affects issues of body image for woman and into a more complex and difficult subject–family.
Category: Body Image, Fathers, Media, Mothers, Moving Forward, Uncategorized, Women's IssuesTags: body image, fathers, media, mothers, self-loathing