Control the Meaning of your Childhood – Especially in Homes with Domestic Violence

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Control the Meaning (Part 2 of 2) A technique you can use to help you control the meaning is DATA: decide, ask, truth, act Decide: Decide what you are feeling.  Recognize and identify your emotions by asking, “What exactly am I feeling?” Let’s use, for example, anger. Ask yourself “What else can I assume about […]

What unknown special skill do those who grew up living with domestic violence have access to?

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“I understand that I cannot control the thoughts and actions of others. But I can exercise the ultimate control—control over the meaning of any situation—control over myself. When I am in control of my thoughts and my feelings and my actions, nothing is more powerful.” (Invincible: The 10 Lies You Learn Growing Up with Domestic […]

What is the one truth I must know if I experienced Childhood Domestic Violence – CDV

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“The worst guilt to accept is an undeserved guilt.” -Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged. If you grew up living with domestic violence it is highly likely that you carry with you a false sense of guilt—a false sense of shame. You believe that you are somehow guilty or that you have something to be ashamed of. […]