Recognising and Avoiding Destructive Patterns in Your Life
This book examines the effects during your childhood of the influence of your parents and significant others. However, it is not intended to encourage you to blame others. Sometimes life is not fair, and tragedies and sorrows occur. You will learn how you can still maintain control over experiences that seem so distressing and out of control. Being mentally healthy is about recognising destructive patterns and making changes that reduce anxiety, and leads to a happier life. It’s about taking responsibility for your life and not waiting for someone else to do it for you. The more you understand yourself the easier it is to change any destructive patterns and improve your life. Some actions and behaviours lead you to happiness and success in life, while others will take you down the path of pain, stress and increased difficulties. The principles in this book are written in simple language which makes it easy to read and apply. You will learn how to recognise patterns that were formed from your past history and how to not repeat them.