I’m sharing this part of my childhood memoir, Help Is On Its Way – A Memoir About Growing Up Sensitive to help people heal their early life trauma from exposure to the narcissist and codependent. This excerpt begins where mom’s boyfriend, an overt narcissist, moved into our house. This section describes the narcissist and exemplifies how the borderline, codependent parent enables the narcissist’s toxic behavior at the expense of the young children, which is a textbook pattern in these relationships. It’s heartbreaking to read, but it was healing to write. I hope you find it healing somehow.
With a great whomp, George flops his suitcase down on the living room floor. George gives me the creeps. It’s not what he wears to work at the County or that he stands with his toes pointing out. I don’t mind that he’s built pretty similar to my Dad but smells oddly like an auto shop. What bothers me is that his heart is not detectable by even my most discerning radar.Read More»
If you could see yourself run (away)
From a higher plane
You would know why you keep meeting your mirror soul.
From the ground
There is a design and a power in our collective journey as a grouping of people who have abilities to sense, feel, and know with sharp accuracy. The potential of our nature as persons who have the genetic makeup that favors acute sensory perception is to inject our awareness of the subtleties to others on the planet who may not see all that we see.
This “shining the light” on what is in disrepair inside the hearts, minds, and environments of humanity helps those around us awaken out of the repetitive habitual cycles of mental thought that have blocked generations of people from experiencing and expressing the freedom of their open hearts.
Before we can begin to Love, we first have to understand how to recognize the true face of Love. In other words, how Love looks, acts and feels. Its face may surprise us, because it is not as familiar to us as we may think.
Most of what is fashioned about Love today is false. See the blog post, What Love Is Not to learn how to recognize false love.
In this post, I’ve listed some qualities of True Love that will help you to discern what’s truly Loving from God’s perspective.Read More»
Growing in our understanding of Love, True Divine Love requires our humble heart, open eyes and surrendered ego. The Love transformation is never instant or short-lived, as there are endless beliefs and behaviors for all of us to correct. Allow it to be a lifelong process of seeing life with more humble, mature eyes, over and over again.
Beliefs and Behaviors We’ve Wrongly Been Taught to Call ‘Love’:
(Adapted from Dimensions of Love by Padma Aon)
LOVE IS NOT…Read More»