Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Healing Domestic Violence From The Cause
It is time to treat the whole person including emotional and subconscious aspects originating domestic violence and move beyond the current theory of behavioral and surface solutions of therapy. When treating the whole person results are effective and long term. Growing into maturity brings a life of happiness, joy and freedom from the insanity of domestic violence. Only, when the root cause and conditions of this condition are addressed and healed is wholeness possible.
The American Medical Association declared addiction, including domestic violence, a disease in 1956; however, this medical condition is not usually identified because of denial. When the police are called, a partner is beaten, or has a broken bone, the denial may possibly be broken. They both need appropriate help to heal their individual personal woundedness. Below their behavior, dis-ease propels this situation from medical, emotional, and spiritual difficulties. Each personality can be integrated with appropriate holistic counseling methods.
Marilyn Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT is a spiritual Counselor who internationally consults, speaks, writes, and counsels from her experience of overcoming a thirty year battering and abusive marriage. She has discovered the dynamics and found wisdom for recovery. Her two DVD's for domestic violence and empowerment are the only ones available. "Assisting others is effective when it comes from personal experience. Treatment with a compassionate heart of understanding from a subconscious depth brings a magical wellness. It is a slow process, but worth the walk into reality" She knows this from her own complete recovery.
In addition, she knows, "Behavioral conduct that is normally addressed in domestic violence is only the tip of the iceberg. It will be recreated with a new partner, unless the origin of the wound is healed. It is a sickness where the individual is acting out the pain of unconscious problems, often from childhood or trauma. Both parties in the co-dependent relationship have excessive neediness for emotional survival. Growing into maturity and wholeness stops the recreation of the cycle with that partner or a future one. Statistically women have a better chance of recovery" Marilyn stated.
Marilyn Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT, is a Spiritual Counselor and ordained minister. She is an international consultant and speaker. Marilyn is an award winning international writer and syndicated columnist. She has taught in colleges, wellness centers, speaks, writes, and counsels people to find their inner strength and consciousness for health, healing, and empowerment. Her radio show, "Marilyn's Solutions", and her radio and TV appearances are big successes.
Her first book is "Roses Have Thorns, Encouragement on Evolving from Pain to Joy". Marilyn is a member of the American Board of Hypnotherapy, International Board of Regression Therapy, and American Counseling Association. She was inducted into "Who's Who for Professionals and Executives" for her innovation and pioneering work in restoring traumatic lives, healing emotional causes of illness and releasing negative energy.
She has taught in colleges, wellness centers, speaks, writes, and counsels people to find their inner strength and consciousness for health, healing, and empowerment. Her radio show, "Marilyn's Solutions", and her radio and TV appearances are big successes.
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