Resolving Abandonment Experiences with Barack Obama

Congratulations President Obama on Winning the Nobel Peace Prize!

“Take the first step in faith. You do not
have to see the whole staircase.
Just take the first step.”
Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

 

A “corrective learning experience,” has been described in others writings by this author as events, experiences, or acts that allow us the opportunities and resources to correct or heal an abandonment experience. This includes our self-esteem, ability to bond, love, and trust; as well as our desires to destroy, harm, or kill others and ourselves.

To read how the election of Barack Obama would provide “corrective learning experiences” to individuals, groups and nations…click here!

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4 thoughts on “Resolving Abandonment Experiences with Barack Obama”

  1. Thank you! You have a keen understanding of abandonment and the need to resolve these experiences. I agree with your perceptions. This is why I have set-up this blog and website. My goal in life is to assist as many people as I can by writing, training, and speaking to this issue.

    I hope that you will assist me in spreading the word with my new book that will be on sell at Amazon.com in August.

    Thanks again! 

  2. I agree with your theory toward the resolution of emotional problems resulting from abandonment, but I also believe that many people don’t even realize that they are carrying so much emotional baggage.

    Many people tend to deal with emotional issues the best way that they can, which sometimes lead to self-medication and negative personality traits. Unfortunately, many of these people could benefit from therapy, but do not seek it out.

  3. Link to my recent post on Barack at Barack’s website…comment if you want.

    I have posted it on my main blogs too.

    Anyways, I like the premise of your article. I just hope too much is not made of a man that is more pragmatic than the usual dogma hounds that circle the drain that is Washington…I guess will see soon enough.

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