Have you ever wondered why you act the way you do and the rest of your family members don't act that way even though you are all part of the same family? Who you become as an adult is often reflected in how you felt as a child. If you felt unloved, or not god enough, you carry those feelings into adulthood and play them out. There are specific, recognizable roles children who grew up in addictive familes display. They are learned roles and can be unlearned once the adult understands why he/she chose them as a survival mechanism when growing up. Join us to explore the roles of hero, scapegoat, lost child, and mascot as discovered by addiction expert, Dr. Claudia Black. Loving these roles can help you change them if you choose.
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