Did You Experience CDV and Grow Up Feeling Self-Conscious?

Posted on 5/18/15

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By Brian F. Martin, Author of INVINCIBLE  Have you ever wondered why so many people who experienced adversity in childhood inevitably grow up feeling ugly, self-conscious and insecure? Here we explore how experiencing adversity in childhood can affect your self-esteem,

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If My Own Mother Thought I Was Worthless, What Good Am I?

Posted on 5/10/15

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By Brian F. Martin, Author of INVINCIBLE  Today, on Mother’s Day, as many celebrate the special woman who gave them life, not all find cause for celebration. Instead, for some who grew up living with domestic violence, it can be

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The Truth About Hopelessness

Posted on 5/8/15

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By Brian F. Martin, Author of INVINCIBLE  We may learn many intense LIES if we experience adversity in our childhood homes – lies that perpetuate powerful negative emotions like anger, depression and resentment that can fuel negative behaviors and in

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My Journey from ALONE to TRUSTING

Posted on 5/1/15

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By Lisa Floyd* If you grow up living with domestic violence, your first assumption is that no one understands and that everyone is trying to hurt you. You often overreact. You get upset easily. It feels like you can’t control

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When ANGER Breeds Across Generations

Posted on 4/21/15

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By Brian F. Martin, Author of INVINCIBLE Many people who grew up experiencing adversities in childhood believe the LIE that ANGER gives us control, when, in fact, it is the exact opposite – it leads to loss of control. Here, I

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Unraveling the Lie of Sadness Begins Here

Posted on 4/16/15

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By Brian F. Martin, Author of INVINCIBLE   As devastating as sadness can feel, so many people cannot even begin to touch or connect with it at times, much less to begin overcoming it. A defensive numbness sets in. On

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The Surprising Origin of Resentment

Posted on 4/13/15

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By Brian F. Martin, Author of INVINCIBLE   It is common to feel some sense of RESENTMENT after growing up experiencing adversity in childhood. The origin of your RESENTMENT may surprise you, however. There’s no better way to demonstrate this

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