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Family Baggage DVDFamily Baggage
An outrageous series of tragi-comedy vignettes exploring the mania and pathos of modern relationships as they are affected by growing up in addictive, dysfunctional, or otherwise nutso families. A moment in time of heart-felt hilarity, compassion, and absurdity.

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Price $79.95 Single Item
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Price $179.95 Quantity of 3 Videos or DVDs.

Part 1
Scene 1: ''What is Co-dependency?'' (6:49)

Scene 2: ''The Coping Kit'' (7:32)
(Tapes: scripts, attitudes and behaviors we develop to cope with the difficulties of life)

Scene 3: ''Birth Order'' (6:33)
(How the order of birth affects the roles we play in our families)

Scene 4: ''The Doll (3:43)
(Sexual and emotional abuse as seen from a little child's perspective)

Scene 5: ''The Church of Co-dependency'' (8:30)
(Preaching the unwritten rules of the dysfunctional family)

Scene 6: ''Roles of our Lives'' (12:25)
( Roles, expeditions and demands we place on our spouses passed down from generation to generation) .

Scene 7: "I Tried So Hard'' (10:09)
(The pain and struggle of growing up in an alcoholic family)

Part 2
Scene 1 : ''The Chemistry and Varieties of Addiction'' (2:48)

Scene 2: ''The Illusion of Approval '' (6:22)
(The ways we try to get approval to overcome self-doubt) .

Scene 3: ''Without a Man: Serial Relationships'' (14:45)
(Going from one relationship to another - in the desperate search for love - leading to a shame attack)

Scene 4: ''Hurt Protection" (6:46)
(The different ways we try to protect ourselves from being hurt and rejected)

Scene 5: ''Needing To Be Needed'' (4:40)
(The ways we deny ourselves in order to be liked)

Scene 6: ''The Thrill of control's (5:44)
(Compulsivity and control acted out during the course of a day)

Scene 7: ''Denial of Shame'' (6:56)
('The variety of compensations we develop to avoid dealing with our shame)

Scene 8: ''I'm Fine'' (6:48)
(Finding hope and inspiration for our recovery)

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