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Primal Need Five: Love WITH Sexuality

The final primal need is that of Love and Sexuality or, to be more precise, Love with Sexuality. (The first part of this series is here: Preventing Our Children From Developing Demons (And Healing Our Own).)   Those people who … Continue reading

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Enmeshed is NOT Attuned and Enmeshed is NOT Healthy

People with the aspects of the Autonomy Survival Style do not trust themselves. They struggle to set internal boundaries and they struggle to understand how they can be loved if they make room for their own needs. They over-function in … Continue reading

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Primal Need Four: Autonomy

This is another post in the series that has been really hard for me to write. It addresses one of my core survival styles, one I am proud to say I am pretty sure I haven’t passed on to my younger boys, … Continue reading

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The Reality of The Trust Survival Style

We’ve all been deluded at some stage, whether it be by a friend or a lover, a family member or an acquaintance. Some people just seem to magically draw us in and we imagine they are something they are not. … Continue reading

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Reconnecting Part Two

Here’s the next part in the series that began here: Preventing Our Children From Developing Demons (And Healing Our Own). Please remember these things as you move through the information in this post: 1. A key to the NeuroAffective Relational Model is … Continue reading

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Reconnecting Part One

If you’re new here, this is part four of a series that begins here: Preventing Our Children From Developing Demons (And Healing Our Own). In order to protect the essential relationship with our parents, those of us with a Connection … Continue reading

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Parents: 5 Key Tasks of Parenting

This post is part two of a series, which begins here: Preventing Our Children From Developing Demons (And Healing Our Own), in which I look at the ideas outlined in the book, Healing Developmental Trauma by Laurence Helller, PhD and … Continue reading

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