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Hello my name is Jerral Campfield and this web site is dedicated to Moral Recognition Therapy using Biblical principles. Please come back often to join me in understanding Gods hands are outstretched still to forgive.

Life Abundantly Part 2  E-mail
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Thursday, 17 February 2005

What are the secrets to raising a family in todays world? Do we use the same methods as our parents, or is there new techniques? Attachment becomes the most important area of our lives. You will see an outline of what attachment can do for us if we allow it to. Are you a believer in God and Attached to the Vine (Jesus), then and only then, will we grow in our attachment and enjoy life abundantly, as were blessed. Matthew 5:1-12.

Let's look at Attachment!

Secure Attachment.

Parents-Provide protection-comfort-nurturing.

Job-provides security-independence, ownership.

Friends-provide relationships that benefit and bless all.

Anxious and Angry Attachment.

No working role player to model.

Who do we cling to that causes addictions that damage our relationships

Is your curiosity, competence and mastery threatened?

Impaired Attachment.

What memory do you have of your childhood?

Do possessions mean more than relationships?

Do we respect authority figures?

When you’re exploring, playing at random, do your have lasting pleasure?

Common behavioral descriptions of lack of attachment.

Impulse ridden-unable to tolerate any delay in gratification.

Fearful or uninterested in the future.

Dissociate reactions-the separation of whole segments of our personality from the mainstream or terror.

A literal blanking out to escape moments of over-whelming pain or terror.

Self Destructive behavior-Aggressive behavior.

Profound sense of worthlessness.

Impaired conscience development.

Avoidance of eye contact.

Avoidance of reciprocal smiling response.

Primary process lying-things for a fact, to be controlled by others is a major endeavor.

Do not accept evidence of the fact.

Ongoing power struggles over basic issues of control.

To allow oneself to be controlled by another requires a high degree of trust.

Goals for attachment to succeed.

Develop an increased sense of mastery.

Develop an increased sense of self esteem.

Develop an increase sense of competence.

Develop mastery based on achievement.

Develop the ability to be curious, to explore and learn.

Develop the ability to engage in reciprocal & intimate relationships.

Develop a goal directed partnership, or relationship.

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