CHILD: “Everybody says I’m supposed to do as good as my brothers did, but maybe I’m just not as smart as them; and what’s wrong with getting a “B” now and then, they did? People have no clue how alone I feel. I must be the only one who does not fit in. The kids who make me feel the worst aren’t really bullying me, are they? It’s just me, right?”
MOM: “I’m not sure why she says her dad and I expect her to be perfect. There is no way I focus on her performance as much as she says I do. I just want her to be successful and not get behind, which means she needs to start showing she is responsible and can do things she knows she needs to do.”
“Family” generally implies individuals with biological or legal ties. However, for many, being a family does not require these conditions or that members live in the same home. Family Therapy is designed to help family members feel they belong to something larger than themselves and increase the sense of devotion between them. This is especially effective when at least one person is interested in work on self as a basis for being devoted to others.
Braveability is for ordinary people who need something extraordinary in life, especially in their interactions with others. In response to your difficulties and dissatisfaction, you will be taught little-known approaches for responding to hurts, fears, and anxieties with intention and awareness of purpose. In the daily circumstances of life, you will start standing firm in the truth and love that is possible for you and for those closest to you.