• Families living in dysfunction seldom have healthy boundaries. Dysfunctional families have trouble knowing where they stop and others begin

    David W. Earle
  • The more judgmental a person is the sadder they are

    David W. Earle
  • Since children from dysfunctional families are so good at judging others, they also judge themselves finding themselves unacceptable when compared to others, always assuming they are second best, not enough. This is a painful realization so often they hide behind righteous arrogance

    David W. Earle
  • The key problem I encounter working with wounded, depressed, and unhappy people is a lack of connection…starting from a disconnection from themselves and then with others. This is why love often becomes so distorted and destructive. When people experience a disconnection from themselves, they feel it but do not realize the problem

    David W. Earle
  • The truth is, we tend to train people how we want to be treated. If others know you have wishy-washy boundaries then they are free to walk all over you; the results…you become a doormat. We have actually trained others to do this when we will allow people to wipe their muddy feet on us. After all, we are doormats

    David W. Earle
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