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Breaking Family Curses for busy bees: breaking generational curses, family curses, parental skills, tough love, and how to get smarter John McCalmont

Breaking Family Curses for busy bees: breaking generational curses, family curses, parental skills, tough love, and how to get smarter

John McCalmont

Published January 13th 2011
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A 1,600 word essay of rapid fire wit about breaking generational curses, family curses, parental skills, tough love, and how to get smarter.Preview:The other side of lethal logic: American parents practicing tough love to justify neglect ends inMoreA 1,600 word essay of rapid fire wit about breaking generational curses, family curses, parental skills, tough love, and how to get smarter.Preview:The other side of lethal logic: American parents practicing tough love to justify neglect ends in adult children allowing their parents to die alone in a hospice because it builds character.Notice how truth is toxic in some families- it makes family members disown each other. Notice how the little person admiring adults ducking-and-hiding from accountability and censoring truth by removing and shunning family members who challenge their notions.Unfortunately, for the family members cursed, what is familiar and peaceful is the curse itself, because someone long ago chose to be sympathetic with the wrong things and past on those sympathies to their children- and theyve been tricked in combining what they call home sweet home with the very poison harming them.If your lie is believable, then you run the risk of someone mimicking, like your own children, your faulty behaviors and speech patterns and passing along something with an eerie resemblance of a curse- and in so doing, would be like teaching the people dearest to you, that the only way to protect themselves from sharp objects is with the tenderest parts of their body.Think about it. You can lie to yourself if the bridge your building is ugly or pretty- and lie to others about why its being built- but never lie to anyone employed in building it about the math and measurements involved. When you’re offended that 2 + 2 is 4, then disaster looms. When an individual, family or an entire society seems to always have the things they build collapse around them, some may call it a curse, and others may call it a logical conclusion of past performances- just be sure you’re not the one lying to yourself.