Family Issues

Family Issues

Family Dysfunction Roles

Family Dysfunction Roles

So, what are family dysfunction roles? They are the ways individuals in our families of origin functioned independently  while being part of the family unit that was toxic. It is said that dysfunction functions. That is so true and what causes family issues.

The kinds of family relationships we have usually dictate how we act in other relationships we have throughout our lives. For many people that results in a life  of unhealthy relationships. However, the family dysfunction roles that we all play in unhealthy ways, don’t have to continue. 

Family Dysfunction Roles

Family Dysfunction Roles

So, what are family dysfunction roles? They are the ways individuals in our families of origin functioned independently  while being part of the family unit that was toxic. It is said that dysfunction functions. That is so true and what causes family issues.

The kinds of family relationships we have usually dictate how we act in other relationships we have throughout our lives. For many people that results in a life  of unhealthy relationships. However, the family dysfunction roles that we all play in unhealthy ways, don’t have to continue. 

Family Dysfunction Roles

Toxic Family Dynamic Roles

Those toxic family dynamics result in us repeating those same dynamics in all of our relationships throughout our lives.

Just because the dynamics you grew up with were and still may be toxic, does not mean you can’t change or heal yourself. Just keep in mind that you can’t change anybody, but you can change yourself.

Family Dysfunction Roles

Toxic Family Dynamic Roles

Those toxic family dynamics result in us repeating those same dynamics in all of our relationships throughout our lives.

Just because the dynamics you grew up with were and still may be toxic, does not mean you can’t change or heal yourself. Just keep in mind that you can’t change anybody, but you can change yourself.

Family Dysfunction Roles

Family Dysfunction Roles

So, what are family dysfunction roles? They are the ways individuals in our families of origin functioned independently  while being part of the family unit that was toxic. It is said that dysfunction functions. That is so true and what causes family issues.

The kinds of family relationships we have usually dictate how we act in other relationships we have throughout our lives. For many people that results in a life  of unhealthy relationships. However, the family dysfunction roles that we all play in unhealthy ways, don’t have to continue. 

Family Dysfunction Roles

Toxic Family Dynamic Roles

Those toxic family dynamics result in us repeating those same dynamics in all of our relationships throughout our lives.

Just because the dynamics you grew up with were and still may be toxic, does not mean you can’t change or heal yourself. Just keep in mind that you can’t change anybody, but you can change yourself.

Family of Origin Issues

Healing Family of Origin Issues

If one person in a family makes a change, everybody in the family is forced to deal with that change. Usually, it is not dealt with an a healthy manner, but you can still continue being a member of the family in a healthier way. Please know that this is incredibly difficult work. However, learning how to have healthy relationships within a family is always worth it!

Breaking a generational curse is hard. If you are ready to begin that work, click on the blog posts below to begin healing from family issues that created emotional trauma.

DISCLAIMER:

This site is only intended for people who are truly willing to look at themselves with an open mind and have the ability to truly be vulnerable with themselves and others. Please understand that this site is in NO WAY THERAPEUTIC ADVICE. However, this site can be very beneficial in learning the causes of your Not Good Enough Stuff. This site is not intended to provide or replace medical or psychiatric treatment. Mary Beth HIGHLY RECOMMENDS finding a licensed therapist to help you process the information from this site and all that you learn about yourself. Visit Psychology Today to find a licensed therapist in your area.