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- The Nikeya publishing house published a book by Valentina Moskalenko “I have my own script. How to make your family happy”
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The Nikeya publishing house published a book by Valentina Moskalenko “I have my own script. How to make your family happy”
In this book, many recognize themselves. As we enter adulthood, we hope for happiness. However, without knowing it, we begin to repeat the problematic life scenarios of parents, grandmothers, great-grandmothers.
There is no mysticism here. These are the laws of psychology. His Majesty The Family scenario has the appearance of destiny. It is in the family that the models of relations between people are laid. Even in prosperous families, there are emotional trauma and wrong attitudes.
Whatever our parents were, they loved us. They loved as best they could, as best they could, as was customary in this everyday culture. Through the history of our family and our childhood, we can understand ourselves deeper, we will take a step towards freeing ourselves from unwanted scenarios and character traits that seemed unchangeable to us. Self-knowledge is an indispensable component of building a family life that will satisfy a person.
The book contains a preface by Archpriest Andrei Lorgus "How can this book help" and a preface by Priest Gleb Kursk, a cleric of the Trinity Church, "Why a Christian needs psychology." They appreciate the book as a practical guide to self-knowledge and a tool to improve their lives.
The author of the book, Valentina Dmitrievna Moskalenko, is a psychiatrist-narcologist and family psychotherapist, clinical geneticist. She has been working in these specialties for 56 years. She studied thousands of families with mental illness, alcoholism, drug addiction. Adult children in such families, at first glance, are healthy and normal. However, many, though not all, suffer from childhood trauma.
These adult children, whose parents, one or both, suffered from addictions, have a painful relationship with the opposite sex. They face other risks as well. Knowledge of psychological patterns, overcoming traumatic experiences can reduce the risks of unwanted events and diseases.