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Mend The Marriage

by Alisa Princy (2019-12-03)

As far as family relationships Mend The Marriage Review go, what you see is definitely not what you usually get. Relationships between parents and between parents and their children are like floating icebergs. The huge mass and most negatively influential factors are submerged in the depths of the subconscious minds of the participants. Many subconscious factors come into play and influence casual interactions that the individuals are barely or not at all conscious of enacting. The most important of these are each person's subconscious "basic selfish disposition (angry or fearful)," "parent-related basic negative agreements," and "major selfish behavior patterns." These all work interactively to affect actions and reactions. Here is how these subconscious realities can play a negative role in family dynamics. Basic selfish disposition While we are still inside the womb, usually at around two to three months, each person assumes either a basically angry or basically fearful basic selfish disposition that determines how we will generally approach situations and interactions. Shortly afterwards (based on many hundreds of clairvoyant studies and reports of my co-researcher Jean), a fetus is energetically drawn to the parent who is of the same basic selfish disposition. In the case of children to parents, like is attracted to like. However, when it comes to attraction between adults desiring a close sexual relationship, opposites are attracted. That means that a basically angry adult seeking a close, sexual relationship will be energetically attracted to a basically fearful adult. The result being that almost every set of parents is made up of one basically angry parent and one basically fearful parent. Does that describe the parents you know? When two adults who are of the same basic selfish disposition hook-up, the relationship is usually very short-lived. If they happened to conceive, during their brief time together, those parents would be the exception to this rule.