Cuando uno se siente abrumado/a por nuestras fuertes emociones, a veces se necesita crear espacio entre lo que sucede y lo que sentimos para que puedas pensar más claramente y tener la habilidad de llegar a una solución. El distraerse con actividades saludables también tiene su lugar en este proceso. Claro, si algo se usa[…]
From Codependent No More: “Sometimes codependents believe we can’t, shouldn’t, and don’t deserve to feel happy. Sometimes we do things to create sad feelings after experiencing happy feelings, or whenever the possibility of a happy feeling exists. It’s okay to feel happy. It’s okay to feel sad. Let the emotional energy pass through, and strive[…]
From Codependent No More: Dealing with our feelings means we can move out of the muck. It means if a feeling — energy — comes our way, we feel it. We take a few moments, acknowledge the sensation, and move on to the next step. We don’t censor. We don’t block. We don’t run from[…]
Acknowledge: Feel the feelings. Name them. Write them down. Say them. Draw them. Get them out. Examine: Deal with the feeling. Examine what’s behind the thoughts that go with it, and accept them without censorship. Next step: Decide on a next step. We evaluate the situation, then choose a behavior in line with our moral[…]
Keep dealing with your feelings. And do the things that support you — like therapy and support groups (A.A., men’s groups, whatever you need). From Codependent No More: “[Codependents] can quickly tell what someone else is feeling, why that person is feeling that way, how long they’ve felt that way, and what that person is[…]
When have accepted our loss, however minor or significant. From “Codependent No More” We are comfortable with it and our lives. We have adjusted and reorganized. Once more, we are comfortable with our present circumstances and ourselves. Not only are we comfortable with our circumstances and the changes we have endured, but we believe we[…]
This is the grieving process. It is also called the “forgiveness process,” — the healing process, and the way God works with us. A sense of loss is usually present, as is hope, which is sometimes unrealistic. From Codependent No More: Denial We feel crazy because we are lying to ourselves. We feel crazy because[…]
The system has many faces and morphs like a shape shifter — just like the Agents in the Matrix. It could inhabit you any time, any where, at any march … April May June July … or standing still. It don’t matter. Until you realize it is you that bends.
Predator energyFeeding off of anger and sufferingShame and fear;Seductive and deceiving,Identity shattered by trauma.Reveal yourself.Consecration of divine providence,Ascension is also near. … a bird of prey is meant to fly high.
From Codependent No More: “Acceptance does not mean adaptation. It doesn’t mean resignation to the miserable way things are. It doesn’t mean accepting or tolerating any sort of abuse.” “In a state of acceptance we are able to respond responsibly to our environment. In this state we receive the power to change the things we[…]