Codependency: The Curable Addiction
by randigfine
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Radiant Heart Guided Meditation   29 mon  
One of most calming, loving, and consciousness transforming meditations I have ever experienced.
 
Suzanne Giesemann's Radiant Heart Meditation Shared by Randi G. Fine On October 19, 2014 I attended a spiritually transforming event with world renowned author and evidential medium Suzanne Giesemann to celebrate the launch of her latest book,  Wolf's Message. Wolf's Message is one of the most powerful, astonishing true stories ever written.  It is about a young man named Mike Pasakarnis (Wolf) who was struck by lightening and died. Wolf contacted Suzanne Giesmann from the spirit world, relentlessly determined to ...   read more



 
A Message About Love from the Spirit World   29 mon  
How would your life change if you knew that you were more than your physical body? What if you held all the knowledge of the universe in the palm of your hand?
 
We Are Eternal Beings With Only Love to Share Written by Randi G. Fine This morning I asked for wisdom from the spirit world; for a message I could share with my readers. Following are the words I lovingly received from an unidentified source. How would your life change if you knew that you were more than your physical body, if you knew that the world you live in is more than what you can see and hear? What would you do if you woke up with all the knowledge of the universe in the palms of your hands? We all have the capability to do that we just don&rsqu ...   read more



 
Accepting What You Cannot Change   29 mon  
We all find ourselves overwhelmed at times accepting situations that we have no control over; that we cannot change no matter how hard we try or what we do.
 
When Acceptance Is The Only Choice Article written by Randi G. Fine “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; the courage to change the things I can; and the wisdom to know the difference. “ ~Serenity Prayer~ We all find ourselves overwhelmed at times by situations that we have no control over; situations that we cannot change no matter how hard we try or what we do. We all have difficulty accepting situations that are not the way we wish they would be. This difficulty manifests itself in feelings of frustration ...   read more



 
Curing Cancer Gently and Naturally   29 mon  
How to cure cancer holistically, gently, and naturally.
 
Cancer: Your Body Your Choice Written by Randi G. Fine Through the years I have had minimal success with traditional, Allopathic medicine, so for most of my life I have sought out alternative, holistic therapies for healing my body and maintaining my wellness. I have achieved phenomenal results for my health related issues from Acupuncture treatments, Chinese medicine, Osteopathic manipulations, meditation and a healthy lifestyle. Fortunately, thus far, I have never had a personal encounter with a disease such as ...   read more



 
Codependency Video   3 y  
Codependent behavior does not become entirely evident until we become adults and begin having intimate adult relationships.
 
Codependent behavior does not become entirely evident until we become adults and begin having intimate adult relationships. These relationships are generally emotionally healthy ones. One reason for that is that codependents are typically drawn to those who lack stability and/or act irresponsibly in a particular area of their lives. They attach themselves to these dysfunctional people because they have a compulsive need to help, nurture, and/or control others. I have been there and can fully relate to the problems this disorder causes for those who suffer with it.  I can help ...   read more



 
Domestic Abuse Domestic Violence   3 y  
What sets domestic abuse apart from other abusive or violent crimes is that it is perpetrated by someone that has a relationship with the victim.
 
Domestic Abuse and Violence Written by Randi G. Fine Excerpt from my October 20, 2011 show on A Fine Time for Healing, Domestic Abuse and Violence: From Seduction to Survival One out of every four women will experience domestic abuse or domestic violence sometime in her life. Although women are more commonly victimized, roughly two out of every five domestic abuse victims are men. It does not discriminate; domestic abuse can happen to anyone, regardless of gender, physical strength, sexual orientation, age, ethnic background, or income. In some societies, control over ...   read more



 
Having Faith   3 y  
This article discusses the many aspects of having faith; what faith is, why it is important to have it, and the misconceptions of what it means to have faith.
 
Why Is Faith So Important In Our Lives? Written by Randi G. Fine Excerpted from my April 30, 2011 podcast show on A Fine Time for Healing, Faith and Spirituality: The Foundation of a Fulfilling Life What is faith? Mohandas Gandhi said, “Faith is not something to grasp, it is a state to grow into.” Faith is belief, without evidence, that anything is possible. It is the belief in what we do not see and the ability to see what we believe. Faith can be religious or non-religious based. Either way, true faith is a heartfelt belief, not just a claim to belief. Fa ...   read more



 
Narcissistic Triangulation Sabotages Sibling Relationships   3 y  
Families with narcissistic parents are always dysfunctional. Due to the plethora of crazy dynamics existing within the family, children suffer many casualties.
 
Narcissistic Parents Divide Their Children Through Triangulation Written by Randi G. Fine Conflict is a normal part of family dynamics. The fact that a family argues from time to time does not make it a dysfunctional family unit. What makes a family dysfunctional is the emotional pain and confusion that prevails among its members. Those who grow up in this type of household become saddled with a lifetime of emotional struggles. Some of these struggles are easy to identify, some are not. Families influenced by narcissistic parents are always dysfunctional. Due to the pleth ...   read more



 
Self Love Affirmation   3 y  
Whenever you begin to beat yourself up with feelings of guilt, whether the guilt is true or false, repeat the following affirmation: I deserve to be good to...
 
Letting Go of Guilt With Self Love Affirmation Written by Randi G. Fine Excerpt from my November 13, 2013 show on A Fine Time For Healing, Living a Guilt Free Life Understand that your mistakes and misjudgments perceived or otherwise, are not punishable by emotional life sentences. You are here to experience, make mistakes and then learn from them. We all are. That is the point of life. If we were perfect there would be no need for us to be here. How morose and depressing would this world be if no one forgave their selves and everyone lugged their guilt around for a lifet ...   read more



 
Recognizing Codependent Behavior   3 y  
Codependency is a disorder that develops when dysfunctional childhood patterns interfere with the person's ability to form healthy adult relationships.
 
Are You Codependent? Recognizing and Healing From Codependency Written by Randi G. Fine I am a fully recovered codependent of over twenty-five years. While in the midst of my disorder, life was a series of one painful, traumatic event after another. I did not recognize my problem or begin to heal from it until I hit bottom; when there was no where to go but up. Codependency is a disorder that develops over time. Dysfunctional childhood patterns that interfere with the person’s ability to form healthy relationships lie dormant for many years; the problem only ...   read more



 
Empathy Connects Us To The Heart Of Others   3 y  
There are many theories concerning the nature versus nurture aspect of empathic development. Are some people born virtuous and some people born evil?
 
Where Has Our Ability to Empathize Gone? Excerpted from my August 2, 2012 show on A Fine Time for Healing, Is Our Ability to Empathize Eroding? Written by Randi G. Fine Empathy is the ability to emotionally put oneself into someone else’s shoes—the capacity to share and understand the feelings, emotions, and perspective experienced by another person, both negative and positive. Empathy is the identification and relationship that connects us as human beings. We show empathy through statements such as, “I can see you are really uncomfortable abou ...   read more



 
Some Situations Call For Tough Love   3 y  
When used properly tough love is rooted in deep devotion and unconditional love, though it usually does not feel loving to the person receiving it at first.
 
Tough Love Exerpt from my October 9, 2013 show on A Fine Time for Healing, Some Situations Call For Tough Love When used properly tough love is rooted in deep devotion and unconditional love, though it usually does not feel like a loving act to the person on the receiving end of it. That is why using tough love is so hard to do; we never want to hurt the ones we care about and love. But tough love is not used to hurt someone; it is used to help someone who is making destructive choices in their life. ~Randi G. Fine~ In the first half of the show I talked about wha ...   read more



 
Forgive or Not Forgive the Narcissitic Abuser   3 y  
Many recovering victims of narcissistic abuse struggle with the dilemma of whether or not to hold the narcissist accountable for his behavior. Read the answer!
 
Should Narcissistic Abusers Be Held Accountable for Their Actions? Written by Randi G. Fine Excerpt from my January 7, 2014 show on A Fine Time for Healing, Whether to Forgive or Not Forgive the Narcissistic Abuse Many recovering victims of narcissistic abuse struggle with the dilemma of whether or not to hold the narcissist accountable for his behavior. We learn in our recovery that narcissism is a personality disorder and wonder, “Isn’t having a personality disorder the same thing as having a mental illness? And if so, how can we hold a mentally ill person r ...   read more



 
Healing the Child Within    3 y  
As the adult, it is time to re-parent, make peace with, and heal that wounded part of you once and for all. It is your responsibility to accept what happened to you as a child, stop torturing yourself, and claim the life you are deserving of. Now is the time to make better choices and think healthier thoughts.
 
Healing Our Inner Child Excerpted from my October 23, 2013 show on A Fine Time for Healing, Reparenting the Wounder Inner Child. As the adult, it is time to re-parent, make peace with, and heal that wounded part of you once and for all. It is your responsibility to accept what happened to you as a child, stop torturing yourself, and claim the life you are deserving of. Now is the time to make better choices and think healthier thoughts. ~Randi G. Fine~ There are clear indications when our wounded inner child cries out for help. The sorrow and pain we feel when ...   read more



 
Ten Things Every Parent Should Know   3 y  
Ten things every parent should know about raising children to be happy, healthy, and successful in life.
 
Ten Things Every Parent Should Know Exerpt from the June 14, 2011 show on A Fine Time for Healing, Parenting: Giving Your Children the Successful Edge in Life Written by Randi G. Fine As parents we never want to give our children reason to rebel. In fact, we should give them every reason not to. ~Randi G. Fine~ I would venture to say that every good parent’s ultimate goal in parenting is for their children to grow up and be self-sufficient, successful, happy adults. We want to give our children the tools they will need to thrive in a life that will cert ...   read more



 
Understanding the Opposite Sex Part Two   3 y  
Men & women were created by nature to complement each other, not to be alike. With understanding, relationships between the sexes do not have to be difficult.
 
How Men Think How Women Think, Part Two Written by Randi G. Fine Since the brain drives our emotions, and the brains of men and women are physiologically different in that area, it comes as no surprise that men and women experience their emotions differently. Though they are typically thought of as being the more emotionally expressive of the two sexes, women understand, accept, and manage their emotions better than men do. Men are analytical, objective and direct. They run for cover whenever they hear words like “emotions” or “feelings;&rd ...   read more



 
Understanding the Opposite Sex Part One   3 y  
Men & women were created by nature to complement each other, not to be alike. With understanding, relationships between the sexes do not have to be difficult.
 
How Men Think How Women Think, Part One Written by Randi G. Fine For centuries the differences between men and women were socially defined. Men maintained their superiority over women by dominating them, and women rarely questioned their passive role. Men were expected to be genteel and chivalrous, and women reciprocated by being genial and gracious. It wasn’t until 1848 that gender roles began changing after sixty-eight women, the forerunners of the Women’s Rights Movement, rose up and demanded equality between the sexes. The modern day feminist movem ...   read more



 
Miracles Do Happen    3 y  
Miracles sometimes occur and transform our lives when we least expect them. Most of our curiosity lies with miracles that cannot be explained away..."
 
Miracles Happen Everyday Written by Randi G. Fine Excerpt from the August 22, 2012 show on A Fine Time for Healing, Miracles Happen! Albert Einstein once said, “There are only two positions you can take. Either you believe that nothing in life is a miracle or you believe that everything in life is a miracle.” Personally I don’t believe that it is an all or nothing occurrence, but I do believe that we each experience many more miracles in our day to day lives than we may notice or recognize. Some are subtle and private, others overtly evid ...   read more



 
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