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Travis Vining, son of a serial killer, talks about healing from destructive relationships

We try to ignore the agony of betrayal, hoping it will go away. Paradoxically, says Travis Vining, author of Transforming Darkness to Light for Giving, it’s not in spite of our difficulties that we find freedom, but because of them.

Travis Vining will be presenting a Lovefraud Continuing Education webinar  called, The Miracle in the Madness – the pathway to healing from destructive relationships. He will explain how to gently, courageously, overcome the pain of betrayal by a sociopath.

Travis’ goal is to offer the example of his personal experience to reveal exactly how to apply these spiritual principles to our own lives. The underlying purpose is not to convince the participant that certain beliefs are true, but to show a way that they can be explored, applied, and experienced.

He will provide detailed instructions for a step-by-step process with forgiveness that is simple, effective, practical, and works. When applied, the result will bring with it a newfound outlook upon life that offers more freedom, happiness, and dramatically improved relationships.

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The Miracle in the Madness – the pathway to healing from destructive relationships



3 Comments on "Travis Vining, son of a serial killer, talks about healing from destructive relationships"

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  1. Stargazer says:

    This looks really good. I really liked Travis’ articles on LF. Is it possible to watch it at a later time? All my money is being diverted to a home I’m fixing up to rent sell right now. But I’d like to watch this in 6 months when it’s done.



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  2. Stargazer says:

    Thank you, Donna. I love what Travis says about turning the tragedy into an asset. I recently listened to a TED talk by the prize-winning author Lidia Yuknavitch. Lidia came from a very violent family of abusive alcoholics and was raped repeatedly and violently as a girl. Her talk really resonated with me, so I’m quoting something from it:

    “Sometimes telling the story IS the thing that saves your life….how many times I’ve had to reinvent a self from the ruins of my choices….the stories of how my seeming failures were really just weird ass portals to something beautiful. All I had to do was give voice to the story.” – Lidia Yuknavitch



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