This New Dawn

Laurel Hall Author and PoetEmotional abuse leaves hidden scars. No one knows what goes on in your home, but you. There are no bloody wounds, no physical scars, but there are scars that change a child’s behavior, destroy esteem, and alter personalities permanently. The emotional abuse from my parents left me with low self-esteem, a feeling of unworthiness, not being “good enough. I developed no interpersonal skills, had no friends, and a complete feeling of inadequacy – “I could never be enough”.   I was a child no one wanted even as a friend.

These scars are difficult to heal. I had to learn to love myself, to respect myself, to know that I was “enough”. I had to know what those words meant. I had to find someone to love me that I loved in return to realize I was worthy. I had to forgive completely. Download a FREE copy of Six Steps, my path to recovery.

Caring for victims,

Laurel Hall

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