Alex A
Unfortunately, Leila is far from alone. Not that makes it any easier for her or anyone else who has experienced the childhood pain- and often guilt- resulting from parental divorce. I recall a psychology book-I forget the author- with the title or subtitle Games People Play. The premise the writer put forward was that we all are scripted with internalized parental, or significant other[s] life …More
Unfortunately, Leila is far from alone. Not that makes it any easier for her or anyone else who has experienced the childhood pain- and often guilt- resulting from parental divorce. I recall a psychology book-I forget the author- with the title or subtitle Games People Play. The premise the writer put forward was that we all are scripted with internalized parental, or significant other[s] life scripts, thus subconsciously, employing psychological games and strategies to bring about similar destinies unless some form of repairing intervention occurs.