Children typically play one of five roles
in the family and carry their childhood role into adulthood. The Hero is a responsible, goal-oriented child.
As an adult he’s professionally successful, yet his self-worth depends on the approval
of others. The People Pleaser is a compassionate, sensitive,
and sometimes anxious child. As an adult she feels invaluable. The Rebel is a poor student with behavior
problems. As an adult he underperforms professionally and pursues bad relationships. The Mascot is the childhood class clown. As
an adult she must look beneath her humor and face her pain to heal. The Lost Child is quiet, withdrawn and depressed.
As an adult he must allow himself to be visible in order to find the love he craves. You are not in bondage to your role. To learn
how to honor yourself today call us at 619.884.0601 and visit TheCenterForFamilyUnity.com.