The Intervention June 1

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As we discussed, the journey you are on is courageous. And yes, the endings are typically very favorable. So congratulations on your desire to heal and move on with your life.

Be encouraged. What you are experiencing is common. Parenting (we can call it bad parenting) globally has created many challenges for today’s young people. These unresolved issues, however, are often resolved quickly (within weeks or a few short months) once the children have the proper tools.

Let’s consider the most common question I hear about the healing process.

Q1: What do I need to do to prepare for my first session towards healing and change?

A1: Nothing. Show up for the meeting and give whatever responses feel right to you.

Q2: How honest do I need to be during the first session? I mean, have a lot of secrets.

A2: That is totally up to you. Remember, we don’t need to know all the details for you to heal. This meeting is not comparable to going to a pastor or priest to share your sins. Instead, for many, its the first time to talk about what they think is bothering them.