You Can Unlearn the SADNESS You Learned Growing Up in the Grip of Domestic Violence

Last Updated on August 22, 2016 by Cindy Bekesi

By Brian F. Martin, Author of INVINCIBLE

blog-image,-6-8-15People often imagine Anger to be one of the most typical responses to growing up with adversity in one’s childhood home. But SADNESS is also a dominant emotion. We grieve all the things we lost as children: our innocence, our sense of safety, and our right to have a childhood at all.

There is a path out of that SADNESS. For all that you lost, there is much you will find that you have gained and that you can now create for yourself.

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