I just had to laugh when Beth—referring to her progress—said this in a recent session:
“I’m still screwed up, but in a healthy way.”
To say the least, I was puzzled by that comment, so I asked, “What do you mean?”
“I’m the product of a dysfunctional household,” she said. “But I’m in a much healthier place now. I can handle my mom’s rude and critical comments better. I’m less apt to take them personally.”
That’s all good—I’m happy for her.
What does “screwed up but healthy” mean in your world?
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