HOW TO HEAL FAMILY OF ORIGIN ISSUES FOR A BETTER RELATIONSHIP WITH SELF AND OTHERS

By George Araiza

Personal growth, Health & well-being | eBook


The things we learn in our family of origin affects all the other relationships we will ever have. Many people grew up in dysfunctional families that resulted in damaged personal boundaries, low self-esteem, and the inability to meet life's challenges well. This book discusses how mental health challenges are hereditary and how they contribute to a family's dysfunction. By healing mental health challenges, strengthening personal boundaries, forgiving ourselves and others, and improving self-esteem we can replace negative behaviors and thoughts with positive and constructive ones.




My name is George Araiza. I have recently published books that are designed to help people release trauma and addictive behavior from their lives. I will also be publishing books on the subject of international business, effective communication, and how to have a successful relationship with anyone. I will also be publishing a book that will help people to talk to anyone about anything with confidence. I graduated from UCLA cum laude with a B.A. in History. I also studied psychology, sociology, and feminism. I'm also the author of several blogs that discuss how to lead a happy, balanced, and successful life.


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My name is George Araiza. I have recently published books that are designed to help people release trauma and addictive behavior from their lives. I will also be publishing books on the subject of international business, effective communication, and how to have a successful relationship with anyone. I will also be publishing a book that will help people to talk to anyone about anything with confid...


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