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Title: We who have grown up in addicted, abusive or dissociated families assume unhealthy roles to help us survive those childhoods.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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We who have grown up in addicted, abusive or dissociated families assume unhealthy roles to help us survive those childhoods. Although the...
We who have grown up in addicted, abusive or dissociated families assume unhealthy roles to help us survive those childhoods. Although these roles helped protect us as children, they morph into the traits that lead into unhealthy relationships and dissociation in adulthood. Adopting different roles is common among people everywhere and is a necessary part of negotiating our way through life. But, us the dissociated inhabit these roles to such extremes that we lose our own identity and self worth in the process. We become Anonymous the most common dysfunctional roles we adopt as we suffer the full effects of dissociation, roles that rob us of our authenticity as human beings and prevent us from having mutually satisfying relationships with ourselves and others.

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