Boundaries for women in relationships where there is addiction and/or abuse

Boundaries for women in relationships where there is addiction and/or abuse

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TOPIC: Boundaries for women in relationships where there is addiction and/or abuse

Teacher: Norina Murphy

DATE: Sept 10th

TIME: 4:15 pm - 5:45 pm

In this class we will reclaim your power after surviving life with an addict and/or abuse. We will discuss which boundaries are appropriate to set with addicts, how abuse survivors can find their voice, tips on how to stick to boundaries once you set them, and the importance of self care throughout the process.

ADDICTION: 1 out of every 7 people living in the United States will struggle with addiction.

If your loved one is one of those affected, it can be an overwhelming experience.

How can you love them with out losing yourself in their illness? 

What is the best kind of support you can give?

ABUSE: Every year, more than 10 million men/women/children in the US are subjected to abuse.

With these experiences reaching so wide, establishing healthy boundaries is an integral part to any abuse survivor’s healing and recovery journey. But after experiencing abuse, many survivors have a difficult time knowing what constitutes a boundary at all....Victimization can be verbal, physical, sexual, and in many cases, all of the above. Each of these forms of abuse cause extreme damage to the character structure of a person.  Survivors often battle distortions in their emotional, spiritual or cognitive development making them believe that their feelings do not matter at all.  

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