Dysfunction Breeds Dysfunction

Probably around the age of 30, while in marriage counseling, I started to become aware of some pretty unhealthy relationship patterns and was introduced to the word “dysfunctional”.  It did not save the marriage but at that point I did embark on a 10 year journey of counseling working to understand more of my dysfunctional habits and learn healthy ones for practice.  This was also true of my parenting.  Because I basically was emotionally abandoned and also became a caretaker at such a young age, I carried these into my parenting by always trying to “fix things”.  Not realizing that at a certain age that it is thru a child’s own discovery of attempts and failures that they develop confidence in their abilities.


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