A very exciting website coming Soon! – “MyDreamList.co.za”

Written by Warren Whitfield. Posted in Articles, Courses

Launching soon…. MyDreamList.co.za -

# How to find out what your dream for your life is.
# Getting back what you’ve lost hundredfold.
# Repay your debts.
# Achieving your “Dream List”.
# Live the life you want to.

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Man is a 3 part being – The Identity Of Man – The Ego and the Super Ego

Written by Warren Whitfield. Posted in Articles, Courses, Life Coaching Services, Warren Whitfield's Quotes

Why do we make the same mistakes? How do our belief ruin or improve our lives? How do we actually identify our beliefs and how do we change them if they’re not working for us?

The following article is taken from a 4 day 12 module course that I wrote on Addictionology in South African context.

Addictionology Course – In a South African Context – 12 Modules – 4 days – 3 x 50 mins per day

Written by Warren Whitfield. Posted in Articles, Courses, Life Coaching Services

Codependent-relationships-addiction-courses-codependencyModule 10 – Day 4

26. Co-dependency

Understanding co-dependency is the path to emotional, psychological, spiritual and social independence. If you do not understand the principles of co-dependency, chances are that you are enabling an addict to remain an addict, or are in an unhealthy relationship.

There are many definitions used to talk about co-dependency today. The original concept of co-dependency was developed to acknowledge the responses and behaviours people develop from living with an alcoholic or substance abuser. A number of
attributes can be developed as a result of those conditions.

However, over the years, co-dependency has expanded into a definition which describes a dysfunctional pattern of living and problem solving developed during childhood by family rules.

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If we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that we were made for another world. — C.S. Lewis

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