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It is not uncommon for adult children of alcoholics to attract energy beings who are very similar to their parents. It is quite common in fact for adult children to attract alcoholics as partners and to have children with drug and alcoholc issues. I hear some wondering, "But how could this be? I did not drink, and I hated my father who was an alcoholic. How could I have attracted a spouse who drinks and have children who drink and do drugs?" The reality Dear One, is that we attract what we are on a vibrational level, and your childhood experiences have created certain emotional set points. These set points are no different than a radio station. So like moths to a flame, children who have been abused by alcoholics are tuned up for alcoholics. Why? Because ACoA's understand the dysfunctional love language of an alcoholic, and or narcissistic, denial based being. While a non-codependent being would avoid alcoholics whose actions might not match what is comign out of his/her mouth, and ACoA sees these beings as needing sympathy, help, or love. In addition, because their idea of love is evasive, complicated and confusing, ACoA's match up their energies perfectly with beings who are more than willing to be evasice, complicated and confusing. Taking a Toxic Vibrational Fast is a Fast Pass Way to Facilitate Emotional Healing.
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Tune into the The Relations Slow Jamz and Adult Talk Show this week as we go into the topic of "settling in relationships". Join Lady J and Mr. Naz in the "Grown Zone" experience and some of the best R&B Slow Jams of today and yesterday. It goes down at 7:00pm (EST)
How do I find that inside place in me instead of going to old habits?
We spoke last week about how to break the forward motion of a bad habit. A bad Habit that has become Addictive Behaviour. That which we turn to without conscious thought without thinking in a flow of forward motion.
This week is part two of this discussion. Once we have caught that negative thought, once we start becoming conscious of our difficult places and stopping in that moment of feeling bad before we reach for out old behaviour. Putting our hand on our Heart and taking three deep breaths, with our eyes closed, if possible. Whats next? So I am conscious, I am still then going and taking that drink, putting that piece of food in my mouth, or whatever it is that your addictive behaviour or bad habit takes you to.
What do I do instead? Indeed is the important question.
Part 2 is:
What do I do Instead of My Old Addictive Behaviour? We will be discussing the next step. Hope to see you there.
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Christine Kowal ~ The Heart Energy Program
An individual who was sexually abused as a child is an adult survivor of child sexual abuse. This abuse may have had long-term effects on the survivor’s life. In most instances, the victim of the abuse never discussed the abuse with others while it was occurring. This individual is learning now, as an adult, to deal with the effects of the abuse.
Possible Long-Term Effects:
Each individual’s experiences and reactions are unique to that individual. However, with so many survivors breaking the silence and talking about their experiences, it has become apparent that there are some responses to child sexual abuse that are common to many survivors.
Feelings of extremely low self-esteem or self-hatred are common in survivors. Extreme depression is something with which survivors also battle.
Survivors often experience frequent sleep disturbances and nightmares. Links have been made between this and the fact that children are often sexually abused in their rooms, in their own beds.
Trust is a crucial issue for many survivors throughout their lives. They were betrayed by the very people who cared for them, who insisted they loved them even while abusing them.
Re-victimization describes the process whereby women who were sexually abused as children frequently find themselves in abusive, dangerous situations, or relationships as adults.
Survivors with disabilities who experienced sexual abuse in childhood might never have reached a level of independence to escape this abuse and it has become a way of life.
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