Thank you for saving my sanity
Thanks goodness; at last there's help for people who have experienced 'BLAMERS' in their lives.
Having grown up with a single parent blamer, backed by a family of blamers, I have experienced self-harm and have genuinely felt suicidal after experiencing confrontations. I have lived my life unable to complete or achieve very much; feeling I was all wrong, useless and that I couldn't do anything, resulting in me stopping myself feeling my efforts were not good enough. After an emotional breakdown in 2001 resulting in a return to the blamer's home, I took full responsibilty that I was the one that was all wrong and needed therapy and was mentally ill. I'm 45 years old, thankfully having survived this long, and am now looking at the social conditioning inflicted by my blamer understanding what has happened to my mind and the way I think, feel and behave. I have wanted to just disappear, change my life, but then I felt responsible and with an enlightened view that I should help. Again my beliefs that I am fully responsible dominate. Reading this book will be a godsend.