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Title: When we become honest with ourself and others; have the courage to state our truth clearly. It is our responsibility and our choice regarding how we think, feel or ac
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When we become honest with ourself and others; have the courage to state our truth clearly.   It is our responsibility and our choice ...

When we become honest with ourself and others; have the courage to state our truth clearly.
 It is our responsibility and our choice regarding how we think, feel or act.
 Learn the body sensations and reactions that signal we are about to fall into the victim role and learned helplessness. our body alerts us when we are not being authentic or valuing ourself as anonymous and dissociated
 Challenge any belief or thoughts that say we are unworthy identifying our abusers early so we can take care of ourself. Ask whether this is the voice of our childhood, rather than the capable and powerful adult that we are today. Stop blaming ourself, others or religion.

We establish our strong in-forced life affirming boundaries limiting around unacceptable behaviours  we constantly practice maintaining them. We are responsible for our own life, our wellbeing, and our happiness. We are not powerless.

We Don’t hold others responsible or blame them for the quality of our life. our victim stance may work for a while, but it ultimately leads to abuse, resentment and inequality in our relationships.

We recognise that we are no longer a needy child, but an adult who is valued and powerful. Establishing our wants and needs and assert them on a daily basis to the best of our ability.Understanding that in any life situation we have choices and rights.
 We Don’t allow anyone to rescue us anymore. Though it may be tempting to return to that old role for its comfort, it takes away your dignity and disempowers you ultimately.

 Being honest with ourself and others; we have the courage to state our truth clearly.
whilst practicing activities that bring us joy are self-nurturing, as these fuel our ability to take care of our own needs on a daily basis. Surrounding ourself with new, positive friends and make daily affirmations of our power capabilities and independence.

Processing our feelings, hurt and resentments for being raised in a dysfunctional or abusive family and acknowledge how they are impacting our behaviour today as an adult. You have the power to choose whether to continue living our life as a dissociated victim.

Work your Ten Stages program on a daily basis. Our new behaviours take time and practice and the ten stages provide the tools that promote self worth and healthy relationships.

   

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