Human life is built on the institution of the family. When a family is broken, human life is broken and with no future. When families are healed, humanity will be healed and with hope for a better future. The author in this book has shared his own story of how he was affected with both parental and childhood traumas. In his disposition of the story, the author had reasons to blame his parents and family for the trauma that was caused to him, he wished to blame. However, he decided not to blame, but to take the responsibility on his own to heal and become better. Blaming others for the emotional, psychological or physical injury caused to us is another form of heaping more frustration and hate. We all wish to blame others for who we are today, but we have a more involving task to do than blaming others, and that is shaping our lives in the way God wants us to be by being happy and whole again. .
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