The only thing that can begin to heal humanity is how we view one another..
We don’t listen. We are taught in our environment to objectify people to keep us safe or to learn about what jobs people have.
This over time doesn’t allow for human connection.
Objectification is taught I’m the Military to alter a human being into the enemy.
It’s used in sports when you put on the jersey of your favorite team.. you are no longer a person you are a fan...
Police Officers, Doctors, Nurses and so on all are being looked at at their job and they should know better...
It’s never too late to heal your subconscious mind...
We can teach people how to think not what to think..
The Trauma of Exclusion.
Exclusion inflicts invisible mindful injuries upon every excluded person: Fractured integrity, diminished self-perception, self-loathing, academic intimidation, depression, susceptibility to predation, fits of rage, and more. Undiagnosed and untreated, the injuries last life-, even generations-long.
His work showcases three fundamental "Foundation Skills" crucial for marginalized individuals: 1.) Achievement – covering thinking, planning, and execution; 2.) Empowering dialogue – the art of speaking without offense and listening without defensiveness, facilitating conflict resolution and group consensus; 3.) Skills for assertively Managing Change/Transitions, preventing victimization. Strong, authoritative leadership is essential, particularly in military and sports transitions, offering a path to a more self-actualized life.
Willingness and Truthfulness: The family members must be willing to change and be honest with themselves about their past actions and behaviors. Acknowledging the truth is the first step toward healing and restoration.
Individual and Collective Healing: Each family member needs to work on their personal healing, addressing emotional and environmental trauma, and self-awareness. Simultaneously, the family as a whole must engage in collective healing,
fostering love and unity among its members.
Teen's Role in Shifting Dynamics: The teenager can play a pivotal role in positively influencing the family dynamics through improved behavior and self-awareness. His personal growth can inspire and guide other family members.
Self-Reflection and Accountability: Self-reflection, self-accountability, and self-responsibility are crucial for addressing the lack of workability in the family. It's important to recognize and take responsibility for one's role in the family's challenges.