Sat, 4 February 2023
So much of our beauty and brokenness — so much of what makes us who we are today — is tied to our family of origin.
The ways in which we act, react, and interact with others are directly tied to our childhood origin stories and the hurt that we all inevitably experienced – no matter how perfect (or imperfect) our families were.
Why should we spend time going back to name the hurt we experienced growing up? Is it worth it to stir up those memories, talk about painful experiences, and potentially upset our loved ones?
Dr. Dan Allender and Adam Young, LCSW, MDiv, candidly share their own personal experiences of courageously engaging their parents in conversations and, over time, discovering more grace, understanding, and freedom in the process.
We hope this conversation sparks courage within you to engage some of the difficult truths of the past in order to discover a new hope for your life right now.
If you’d like to hear more, we invite you to join Dan and Adam on February 23 for “Family of Origin,” a new online seminar from the Allender Center.
Direct download: TAC467-Export.mp3
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