If you are an Adult Child of an Alcoholic-you know how painful breaking the cycles of dysfunction can be. You know the guilt that comes when we see, feel and hear ourselves making the same mistakes in our lives, as our parents did in theirs.
Taking part in this upcoming Tele Class will not be like an Al Anon or a CODA meeting.
You will be coached by Lisa A. Romano for ten full hours and learn how to specifically confront and change your subconscious programming.
You will be surrounded by other Anonymous ACoA's who are as committed to finally healing and moving beyond the ACoA label as you are.
Please join us from March 7th to April 5th from 9 am-11 am EST (2015) on a conference call.
Plan on taking notes--recording the lessons--and learning more than you could ever imagined.
Expect for your awareness to be blown open and for your life to change!
The MP3 is now available that tells you exactly HOW TO HEAL your codependent patterns.
If you are the adult child of an alcoholic, codependent or love addict, and you want to change the patterns that are destroying your chances of being happy in this life experience, then this audio is for you.
Love is not nor should be a fairytale-the codependent fantasy.
What many people do not realize is that when you are emotionally abused as a child, patterns of relating to others--as well as to self are impacted in negative ways.
If you were emotionally abused as a child and treated with indifference, then you have been programmed to see self as a victim. The psychological term for this is called 'learned helplessness.'
Unfortunately those of us who were abused, tend to attract narcissistic type personalities.
It seems we emotionally abused children attract partners later on in life who fail to have the capacity to have empathy and or compassion for others. As adults we attract similar energy beings to our parents, as if we are seeking a matching glove to our childhood experiences.
Research with powerless dogs has indicated that when a being feels powerless to escape cruelty, the being will eventually 'give up' believing escape is possible. When this happens a mental switch is turned off, that disengages the mind from ever believing that choice...
During my work as a Life Coach for Adult Children of Alcoholics, I have found common traits to be true. The act of having ones childhood pain ignored, denied or treated with indifference by ones parents, but especially by ones mother has a devastating impact on how one sees Self as an adult.
No longer under the thumbs of ill equipped parents, adult children leave their families of origin and begin trying to make a go of life out there on their own. Sometimes many years later, wounded adult children still struggle with feelings of unworthiness, powerlessness, and inauthenticity. My clients universally seem to feel 'stuck'. No matter how much spiritual work they do, and regardless of how often they are able to distract themselves from the quicksand within, more often than not, most usually come back to this nagging feeling of being 'stuck'.
It isn't an easy task. Helping my clients 'see' what the people they most trusted brainwashed them to deny, can be complicated to say the least....
Some of us have been lucky. Our parents were open enough emotionally to allow authentic love to come through their heart chakra's and connect with ours. Some of us have known since the moment of our birth, we were wanted, appreciated, and loved.
But what about those of us who felt unwanted, like a burden, as if we were just in the way, and made to feel guilty for being born?
What happens to a child's ever developing sense of self, when they are bombarded day in and day out with the sense that who they are on a quantum level--is not worthy of being validated?
Do I sound like I am bringing the hammer down on parents?
Because I am.
There is no job more important than that of a mother or father. There is nothing more important in a parent's life than how that parent is able to make his/her child feel about Self. There is no job, no relationship, no house, no public honor, no goal more important in this world--than a parent's responsibility to ensure that their child knows...