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Hurt People Hurt People

Written by Mark Merrill

May 10, 2022

Behind the bratty child may be a workaholic parent. Behind the gossiping man or woman might be an emotionally removed spouse. And behind the alcoholic son may be an abusive or alcoholic father.  We know the truth all too well: Hurt people hurt people. So how can you keep your hurts from leading you to hurt others? Here are 3 ways to break the cycle. First, explore old wounds. Admit you’ve been hurt and try to understand why that person had the power to hurt you so deeply. Second, examine your feelings. Because the only way to work through your pain is to truly feel it. Finally, forgive the person who has hurt you. Forgiveness is not earned, it’s given.

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Original article source: http://www.familyminute.com/family-minute/parenting/general/hurt-people-hurt-people/ | Article may or may not reflect the views of KLEK 102.5 FM or The Voice of Arkansas Minority Advocacy Council

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