Are You Ready to Take Back the Life You Were Born to Live?
“For eighteen frightening and painful years, a young boy was abused, neglected, and traumatized by his toxic family. He endured a lifetime of pain and suffering until one day, he decided to take back his life.”
Time Does Not Heal Toxic Family Wounds
The passage of time is powerless to heal the deep hurts caused by toxic family relationships. This straightforward, transformational and empowering self-help guide provides strategies for coping with the pain, trauma, anxiety, stress, and suffering caused by your toxic parents and toxic family members.
Therapist-Recommended Toxic Parent and Toxic Family Book
“Fantastic! I wish I had read this book 30 years ago when I first started my practice. The Toxic Family Solution conveys complex concepts in a manner that is easy to understand for both novices and the experienced alike.” —William E. Range MC, LMHC, Licensed Therapist
“The Toxic Family Solution provides readers with a roadmap to move forward from family trauma and suffering. Wherever you are in your journey following a painful home life, this book can help you move forward and make peace with your life.” —Caleb Sheldrup, M. Psych.
Written by a Toxic Family Survivor and Crisis Counselor
After years of struggling with addiction, chronic depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Steven Todd Bryant began a three-year journey to face his pain and heal his toxic family wounds caused by years of family abuse. Steven is an author, a crisis counselor, and a toxic family survivor. He was on staff for 19 years at the University of Southern California, holds a BA in Communications and an MA in Theology, and is the founder of ToxicFamily.org.
Does your family cause you anger, anxiety, stress, pain, or harm?
If you answer “yes” to any of the following questions, The Toxic Family Solution will provide information to help you on your healing journey:
Do you feel like walking away from harmful family members?
Does your family pick fights or make you feel unsafe?
Does their criticism lead to worry, overthinking, self-criticism, or perfectionism?
Does your family try to control, manipulate, or change you?
Does your family harass and discriminate against you for being yourself?
Do you have to keep secrets from your family to survive?
Do you use food, alcohol, or drugs to cope with the stress and pain they cause?