Do you still believe what your alcoholic parent told you as a child? You may not have even thought about it. As a child you look up to your parents, they’re the “giants” in your life, the all knowing powerful adults that guide you. They’re the ones that know how you can look after yourself.
Frank Skinner recently spoke on Good Morning Britain about going Tee Total and what a gift that is to his children. Frank says “…you can have a parent who gives you a horrible life because they drink a lot.”. This is so true and I think it’s idealistic for a parent to not drink, he
If you’re anything like me then you may give yourself a hard time. Do any of these make sense to you? More often than not you expect too much of yourself You get disappointed in your performance or what you should or shouldn’t do Maybe you think you should have reacted better, said or not said
In this very honest story from Jesse Monreal she talks about her experience as a child of an alcoholic and how she didn’t want to be anything like her parent. I remember this fear very well and I know my sister felt the same way. Actions Speak Louder Than Words What I’ve learnt from 20+
Do parents want to hurry along the progress and growth of their new-born? Do they want to shortcut their holiday to the end? Or maybe speed up the life of their ill parent because it’s just too hard caring for them? No of course not. So why do we do it when it comes to self-help? Are