there are definaely parts of that in which i see myself. but i appreiate what you said. anyone who knows me on a regular basis would be able to see some of that in myself, especially in the past (jo sure did). but there is also alot that i have moved through too. and what you read from me here on curezone is from that someone who has moved through alot already on the journey.
the relationships with my parents were right on. i have a mother who runs a holistic center here in the new york area - her livlihood depends on always trying to heal someone(and that is not a bad thing) -- and the father thing fits well too.
this part was extremely accurate for me-- " parent/child dynamic is focused on being ill and seeking, but not finding wellness, happiness, stability. It is as if being ill is always trumping being well. This dynamic impacts the adult life of the child. Healing would be a betrayal of the parent but seeking healing is loyalty to the parent or family system". ---this is like the story of my childhood and my young adult life. not so much now as before, but remnants are still there.
so there is a way in which the description fits for me very accurately. yet, i have also done some real transformational work on myself over the last several years so much of this has been worked out... but there is always more for me to see.
there is so much more i could say-- but this may not be the fitting place for it. maybe another place.
thanks hellth... and i hear what youre saying your post about high priced alternative care--- it is my mothers business!! LOL