If this is your only Bradshaw listen, maybe you'll get what you need, but I much preferred Healing the Shame that Binds You and the shorter Homecoming. There are also some upsetting family stories in this, so it's pretty heavy subject matter and parts are hard to hear. I don't know if I necessarily needed to hear THAT many tough stories.
Had a more natural and less formal way of speaking.
Another helpful John Bradshaw book that helps you figure out how your past can impact your present relationships. I love hearing John Bradshaw's enthusiastic voice, but sometimes the sound is a bit tinny and the music sounds like it's on a tape deck. That said, it's still a worthwhile listen if you're more focused on the actual teaching on not on it sounding clean and perfect.
Yes, because it helps you feel normal for feeling sad.
The personal stories. Some are truly outrageous. Greg B. is also pretty hilarious with some of his phrasing and comments.
Yes, in small pieces.
It's a depressing topic, but you'll probably feel better after hearing other people's wacky and sad stories.
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