The Mother Wound

Like the “Father Wound” there is also “ a “Mother Wound.”  When the mother is emotionally unavailable, critical, or not attuned to the child’s needs, it plants seeds that can take years to change and transform. Being able to recognize and heal childhood wounds can be a challenging process, but with ...

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The Grief Process

“Grief turns out to be not a state but a process. Grief is like a winding road where any bend may reveal a totally new landscape.” C.S. Lewis Grief is a word that many of us are intimately acquainted with because we live in this world, and many of us have experienced loss in some way, shape, or ...

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Healing Hurts Through Relationship

In our discussions of core wounds, we have learned that these wounds often propel us into believing that we are a mistake, undesirable, not worthy, insignificant, or even powerless.  Sometimes the source of these wounds is known to us.  Other times it is only sensed in how we feel about ourselves ...

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Core Wound – I Am Undesirable 

This year at SureHope, we have focused on core wounds. One that has yet to be covered is the wound that assumes “I am undesirable.” This wound, like the others, originates from a specific event or time in life where great shame beliefs or narratives formed a view of self. Often, it is most ...

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Core Wounds and Relationships

This year at SureHope, we have been focusing on what core wounds are and how to identify them. It is true that wounds are critical to the understanding of who we are as individuals. God reveals them to us so that we can receive healing. There is another layer to our wounds and that is how they ...

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