Traumatic Brain Injury — Relationships, Conflict and Peace Part 5
Posted by Second Chance to Live on August 3, 2009
In the process, I realized that I needed to address why I reacted to my present. I needed to examine what led to the conflicts — in my past — to have peace in my present.
Through my process I began to realize that I definitely needed to address the original or underlying reasons that created or led to the conflicts that I was having in my present relationships. I realized that I could no longer blame anyone for the conflicts in my relationships. I realized that I needed to make peace with myself and my past.
In my awareness I discovered that I could no longer look to blame anyone for the conflicts that I encountered in my relationships.
Consequently, I realized that I could no longer keep doing what I always did, and expect to get different results. With my awareness, I realized that I needed to change. With my awareness, I realized that I needed to be honest with myself. With my awareness, I realized that I needed to be willing…
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