Are you willing and courageous enough to want to change your behavior?

WHAT IS MIRROR IMAGES TEXAS (MIT)? 

MIT is a Christian based ministry for healing the wounded and damaged.

It is a closed group program, prepared for those desiring a time of personal reflection. Individuals enter into an intense process of self-examination with those who are willing to change and redirect their lives in a safe accepting environment.

WHY IS MIT UNIQUE? 

The “Mirror Images” Program offers a proven path for healing, helping men and women define, confront, and reconcile abuse, and neglect.

Motivation for an in-depth self-examination comes from a place of discomfort. When we come to understand that we cannot continue to blame others, we accept the fact that it is necessary to examine our part. The “Mirror Images” Program offers a proven path for healing, helping men and women define, confront, and reconcile abuse, and neglect. The program uses a group environment, to help individuals look deep into their own life’s journey, to find out who they really are, and why they are who they are.

When we hear the stories of others and see the effects of the damages in their lives, it becomes easier to reveal and accept the truth of our own story. The Mirror Images group program will help damaged individuals recognize the effects of their own choices.

WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM MIT?

People stay entrapped in destructive habits and life styles until they consciously cry out for help.

Mirror Images helps damaged individuals recognize the effects of their own choices. If you have been wounded by alcohol, fear, control, powerlessness, drugs, pride, gambling, depression, unforgiveness, anger, greed, hurt, lust, assault, abortion, or fraud, MIT is for you, if you are willing and courageous enough to want to change your thinking, consequently changing your behavior.

OUR GOAL

Strengthen individuals, by helping them identify and overcome the impact of past traumatic events.

OUR COMMITMENT

Help transform individuals who have been wounded by alcohol, fear, control, powerlessness, drugs, pride, depression, unforgiveness, anger, greed, hurt, lust, assault, abortion, and physical, emotional, or sexual abuse.

OUR BLOG

Finding Purpose in Pain
We all go through pain in life, but not all of us discover our purpose in our pain. Basically, there are two critical decisions that must be made regarding pain. The first is what to do during your pain, and the second is what do with your pain. The first has to do with you, while the second has to do with others.
Recognizing Emotional Manipulation
A few months ago, we talked about “setting healthy boundaries.” Primarily, we discussed how to identify when boundaries are needed. For example, if you are prone to pleasing others, you may need to set boundaries to protect yourself by learning to say “No.” On the other hand, how do you know when you’re being emotionally manipulated?
Identifying Learned Helplessness
What is leaned helplessness? A recent article in MEDICALNEWSTODAY states “In psychology, learned helplessness is a state that occurs after a person has experienced a stressful situation repeatedly.” These individuals come to believe that they are unable to control or change a situation, so they do not try—even when opportunities for change become available.

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