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The third and final rule that governs a family system – and in fact, any systems that have humans in it – is the rule that giving and receiving have to be balanced. Yes, it’s a bit like energetic bookkeeping, … Continue reading
The second family law is about order. Everyone has their true place in a family. The mother cannot change places with the father. The youngest sibling cannot trade places with the oldest. They have different places in a family – … Continue reading
One of the most basic laws in the family system is about belonging. It simply says that everyone belongs into a family, entering it either by birth, by becoming a parent, or by marriage. Dissolving the ties to a family … Continue reading
You’ve probably seen me mention family rules and such for quite a while. Today, I want to give a bit of background about the whole idea of family as system. Basically, the assumption is that a family has certain dynamics … Continue reading
Most of us know how to worry. We allow our thoughts to bring up images of destruction, failure and loss. We spend time and time again with scenarios that just might be. Worry even prevents much needed sleep, keeping us … Continue reading
Maybe you found out last week that there actually is an imbalance when considering giving and receiving in your family, relationship or work place. Maybe you have even decided to change that. Very good idea. Here’s a reason why: During … Continue reading
„It is more blessed to give than to receive“. That‘s what the bible says. But that’s not entirely true. Giving too much can kill relationships. So can receiving too much.
Do you still remember your childhood dreams about what you would do as grown-up? Did they include being a stewardess, a superhero, a firefighter, an actor, a dancer or maybe an archaeologist? Or did you want to be an engineer … Continue reading
Why do you fold clothes in a certain way? Why do you cook potatoes the way you do? And why do you feel comfortable with a certain amount of money in your pocket? Why is there a certain way you … Continue reading