How To Deal With Family Betrayal Replay

Join us in a free morning of fellowship and recovery. This time our topic is dealing with family members or family structures who have betrayed you in the past.

Free and welcome to all comers.

January 11th, 2020; 9 a.m. – noon

The Olympia Center, 222 Columbia St NW RM 205, Olympia

9:00 am – What’s your story?

Join us in exploring what emotions present themselves when it comes to who we feel in our family has betrayed us. Betrayal is probably the most devastating loss a person can experience. We understand that when someone dies we experience loss and grief, but frequently we don’t recognize the other forms of loss that we may experience in life. You need to understand what these emotions are and why you are experiencing them before you can really take any action.

Most often a betrayed person needs an outlet. The tendency is to want to vent with the person who hurt you as a form of retribution. However, it isn’t really a safe way for you to release.  I will lead you in a process to have the opportunity to recognize and release emotions in a safe and supported environment.

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9:45 am – Forgiveness

“Why we should forgive, even when it’s not asked of us?”

Amy Elmore

When we are in the midst of anger and resentment, it is difficult to even contemplate forgiveness. Most of us see it as letting someone off the hook while we are expected to disregard our own feelings just because “That is what you are supposed to do to be a good person, to take the higher road.” But, is that what we are doing when we choose to forgive? Is forgiveness an act of weakness? Compliance? Does forgiveness benefit us more than those who have betrayed us? Or is it one of the most difficult acts of self-care we might ever have to face?

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10:30 am – Building Intentional Families and Communities

In modern times families are weaker than ever before. After overcoming betrayal by parents, and loved ones, it is incumbent on us to rebuild our support structures stronger than ever before. Strong families and communities can be grown through proper strategy and diligent action. In this presentation, I’ll cover uncommon techniques to build a loving and supportive human ecosystem.
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11:15 am – Family Betrayal

“Stop the Abuse and Take Back Your Power”

Family betrayal does not visit many of us but when it does it leaves an indelible mark on your soul. After all, if you can’t trust your family, who can you trust? And if you have been betrayed by a family member, you’re not alone. You might be surprised to discover mothers are most likely the family member who will stab you in the back, followed by your spouse, then both parents may team up to betray your trust. Honor and protect yourself from lies and betrayal. Don’t give away your power, learn how to stop being manipulated in a relationship. Stop the abuse, emotional manipulation, and take your power back now.
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The Olympia Center, 222 Columbia St NW RM 205, Olympia

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