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Many of us grew up in a dysfunctional home environment.  There may have been physical, sexual, or emotional abuse.  We might have even struggled with violence, gang affiliation, drugs, or poverty.  More than likely we’ll find that these issues didn’t begin with our parents.  Oftentimes, these issues trace back several generations. 

If we learn how to be happy and productive adults from our parents, then what happens when our parents don’t have those skills to teach us? All we have to do is take a look around us and we can answer that question for ourselves. But family therapist Jay Fitter says that despite our own negative upbringing, it’s not too late to have a positive impact on our children’s futures. We can be the generation of change that puts an end to negative family cycles. We are not predestined to put our children and grandchildren through these same traumas. 

How do we do it? Join Wendy Wright and Jay Fitter this Saturday at 1pm ET for a no holds barred conversation about why so many parents fail at their most important role, and how we can change everything now. Talk just got interesting!

Wright On The Edge, Saturday from 1-3pm on WOL and streaming live at woldcnews.com