David W. Earle



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Red Roses 'n Pinstripes: De...

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What To Do While You Count ...

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Iron Mask

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Love is Not Enough

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professsor of pain

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“A victim evokes sympathy, right? Victims are not responsible, right? Victims have the moral high ground… someone else is causing the misery, right? Victims can easily justify why they are right. Victims allow themselves to be stuck in the status quo and they excel at seeing the faults in others, ignoring their own re-sponsibility. They love to take others’ inventory of faults and are excellent at blaming. Victims become hypersensitive to real and perceived injustice, where any slight becomes a reason to reject. Victimization is the toxic wind blowing through families, fanning the fires of dysfunction.”
David W. Earle, Love is Not Enough

“Making amends is not only saying the words but also being willing to listen to how your behavior caused another’s pain, and then the really hard part…changing behavior.”
David W. Earle LPC- Love is Not Enough

“The more judgmental a person is the sadder they are.”
David W. Earle LPC- Love is Not Enough



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