A college psychology textbook, in a chapter called “Reality Therapy,” told of a young man who went to a psychologist for treatment. He proceeded to tell the story of his childhood to the man . . . a story of such multiple and unspeakable horrors that the professional said to him, “Son, of all the people I have ever treated, your story is the very worst. You have every right to be miserable for the rest of your life … (he paused) … of course, you are the one who’ll be miserable.”
Some people who have “every right” to be miserable … choose otherwise. They decide not to be a product of their past. They are cycle breakers.
Be lifted by the story of one such man . . . Sam Bracken.
Had a blessed childhood yourself? Be one of the angels who are always part of such a story.