Last Updated on August 22, 2016 by cdv0325
By Brian F. Martin, Author of INVINCIBLE
Growing up with adversity in your childhood home, you’re keenly aware of the pain and sadness that it most likely brought you. Often, these negative feelings lead to RESENTMENT for others because you had a difficult life and you assume they must have had it easier. Believing the LIE that you are a resentful person is an easy trap to fall into. But the fact is that because of what you’ve experienced and you know what real pain, real suffering truly feels like, you are better equipped than most to empathize and have COMPASSION for others. Discover this unique personal power of COMPASSION, kindness, and empathy you gained from growing up with childhood adversity can feel like a physical weight has been lifted off of you.
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