The Repair Program

 

Work the REPAIR Program! It will change your life!

R.E.P.A.I.R. is an acronym that stands for the stages of the program…

Recognition – Recognizing and accepting that your adult problems stem from childhood sexual abuse.

Entry – Entering a program of commitment to change your life for the better.

Process – Learning tools and techniques that will enable you to become healthy.

Awareness – The coming together of reality as you gather the pieces of the broken puzzle your life became, and begin assembling them to see the complete picture.

Insight – Seeing the complete picture and beginning to return to that which you were prior to being sexually violated.

Rhythm – Developing the natural rhythm you had before the abuse happened, the blueprint that is the essence of your true nature, becoming who you really are.

For questions, email Marjorie at: margie@thelamplighters.org

2 Comments

  1. Luta

    Hello is their a program like this I. California?

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    1. Marjorie McKinnon

      Thank you for contacting the Lamplighter Movement. Please check to see if we have a chapter near you by going to the Chapter Locations page on our web site at http://www.thelamplighters.org. If we do I’ll email you the name and email address of the facilitator and you can contact them for information about their chapter. If not I have 2 other suggestions. Call your phone operator to find the phone # for the nearest Codependents Anonymous chapter. It’s a 12 step program that helped me a lot while I was in recovery. Attend at least six of their meetings. Something magical happens by then. You realize you are in the right place. I would also recommend looking on our website under the book pages for the page on Repair Your Life as well as the page on the program. There’s a lot of help available on my website so you might spend some time looking it over. The REPAIR program took me from being married to my 3rd abuser, suicidal, a sex addict and living part time in a women’s shelter to being the happiest person I know. So I would definitely encourage you to get the book and start working the program. I will help you along the way if you have questions. It is now in its second edition with two new chapters and a Forward written by Dr. Vincent Felitti who co-authored the ACE Study. Type in “the ace study” under Google and it will take you to more than one site that explains what they are doing. I knew Dr. Felitti during his ground breaking work and it is phenomenal.

      If you decide to enlist the aid of a therapist make sure they either have a history of child sexual abuse themselves or that they have been working in that field. You have the right to interview your potential therapist. I’m here to help you if you have any questions or need help in any way especially by telling your story. That, the lancing of the wound, is the first step towards wellness. A shared sorrow is a sorrow halved and a shared joy is a joy doubled.

      Margie

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