MERRY CHRISTMAS AND BEST WISHES FOR 2010

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To all my readers and to the people who contribute and to Family and Friends. my thanks for your participation this year. All the very best for the Holiday Season to you and to yours. I look forward with pleasure to more adventures and mysteries shared with you in 2010.

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THE MERRY GO ROUND The author is: Joseph L. Kellerman

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How to Develop Functional Friendships After Child Abuse

    1. Heal from your dysfunctional past. There is a reason for the saying, "Birds of a feather flock together." Until you heal from your past, you will continue to be drawn toward other people who are as broken as you are. Dysfunctional people are not capable of having functional relationships. Until you become functional yourself, you will not enter into a functional friendship with a functional person.

    2. Step2

      Set relationship boundaries. Most survivors of childhood abuse have a hard time setting boundaries in their relationships with other people. They fear saying no to others, which draws people who want to take advantage of them. Learning how to say no and stand up for yourself is the key to having a functional relationship with another person.

    3. Step3

      Love yourself. One of the biggest challenges for survivors of child abuse is learning how to love themselves. Until you love and accept yourself, you are not going to attract other people who love themselves. People who love and accept themselves make the best functional friends.

    4. Step4

      Engage in activities in which you will meet other people with similar interests. For example, if you love to read, join a book club. If you enjoy exercising, join a gym where you will meet other people with a similar interest. By coming together with a common interest, you will meet people with whom you have something positive in common.

    5. Step5

      Be the friend you hope to have. If you want a friend who is honest, be honest. If you want a friend who respects your boundaries, then respect other people’s boundaries.

    6. Step6

      Follow your intuition. It is easy for a child abuse survivor to feel comfortable around a dysfunctional person because dysfunctional relationships seem normal. If your intuition is telling you that a relationship is not good for you, then listen to it.

    7. Step7

      Weed your friendship garden. Periodically, weed out friendships that no longer meet your needs. Analyze the pros and cons in investing in each friendship, and decide where you want to focus your energy. You do not have to end a friendship when you weed your friendship garden: Just stop spending as much time with that person.

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For any delays or  poor presentation on this blog, I do apologise. The Vodafone problems have recurred giving me minimal access to my sites. Steps are underway to change ISPs and work can then resume.  Again, O Loyal Followers, bear with me. I have plenty of new material to add. Yrs , nellibell49.