- Love doesn’t hurt.
- People who love you don’t treat you badly.
- Your anger changes your child, their self identity, self worth and value.
- If you are hyper critical of someone else out of love you need to reexamine what your definition of love is.
- Abuse is not always physical, don’t allow yourself to be battered emotionally.
- If you allow yourself and children to be in harms way it means you have no love for yourself.
- The damage to your children doesn’t even begin to compare to whatever your mental / physical damage is because you can’t undo it.
- Witnessing abuse causes tremendous damage to children.
- Open some heart space to let some love in for yourself.
- When you fight in front of your children you change them.
- The real problem is our perception of what love is.
- Trust is knowing you can handle what they may do. - trust yourself, trust that you will not tolerate xyz.
- If you learn to trust yourself enough you can cope with whatever others do, and their imperfections.
- The obsession for / of love can sometimes blind you and can prevent you from seeing things for what they really are.
- Love is truth, grace and joy.
July 14, 2012
Oprah’s Life Class Notes from Season 1 Episode 21 Love doesn’t hurt.
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