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Addictive relationships: Are therapists enablers?

Author, trainer, and therapist, John Bradshaw, speaks of addictive relationships during his presentation on the topic: Healing The Shame that Binds You. This presentation was made during his promotion of his book by the same title and was recorded by … Continue reading

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Government Dependency as Opposed to Maturation

“If, as you move from your adolescent years to your adult years, you transfer your dependency from your parents to your government, you really haven’t grown up, you have simply gotten older.” — Andrew J. Billups Share on Facebook

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Dependency: A Thought from Fritz Perls

“Our dependency makes slaves out of us, especially if this dependency is a dependency of our self-esteem. If you need encouragement, praise, pats on the back from everybody, then you make everybody your judge.” — Fritz Perls Share on Facebook

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Educating the Education-indifferent: The “Why” and a Step Toward “How”

Individuals, who are under-educated, are more likely to be unemployed, under-employed and/or poor than their better educated counterparts. At an individual level, this under-educated condition makes demoralization and welfare-dependency more likely. At a societal level, this segment of the population … Continue reading

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