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This together, could begin a process, between therapy sessions, of applying positive modifications to this family’s approach in communication. Committing together to put into practice some of the collaborative ideas, problem solving skills, and communication techniques that came about in the therapy sessions, could lead this family down the path of healthier communication where individuals emotions and thoughts are valued and validated, breaking the cycle of hurtful communication. In retrospect, this would have been a wonderful support to my childhood family, helping us be that much stronger. Keeping in mind my family of origin, including my present day family, I identify some of the same communication patterns occurring. Perhaps, it would be wise for us to enter into a family therapy setting to help strengthen our family unit today and learn together.
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