It can be risky letting yourself by vulnerable. It can hurt at times, but it can also be superb.
As I embark on a new project to write a book, I ask for your patience, acceptance, and open-mind. As I look back over my life, I see some awesome experiences, some not so great times, and I see a childhood rooted in dysfunction. This dysfunction made me who I am today, for good and bad.
In “Patterns and Creativity of a Dysfunctional Life”, I hope to share my life along with some educational and restorative exercises to help anyone who is willing to try them. Having grown up with the false sense of what a perfect life was supposed to be, I struggle a bit to create the life I want and dismiss this concept of perfection.
While we are all different with varying needs, various interests, and equally varying skills and personalities, defining success isn’t so hard as it is time consuming. The life you create does not have to be based on the learned behaviors of a dysfunctional environment. In fact, the life you create must be based on your true soul, your true passions, and not from any other source.
Join me on Patreon (cancelled) as I begin this journey. It seems a bit scary, but the product of being vulnerable will have an impact on our society. A positive impact, I hope.