Author: Virginia Jacobs

Category: Health & Self

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If you want to know what it takes to overcome negative experiences from your childhood once and for all, keep on reading.

For a long time, topics such as childhood trauma and severe abuse were not considered appropriate for discussion.

Although what you experience as a child will likely impact you until the end of your days, people may have told you to “just get over it” or even gaslight you into believing the events that hurt you so much never happened.

Meanwhile, the consequences for your adult life may be quite severe: fear of abandonment, seemingly unsolvable trauma bonds, and emotional neglect are just a few of the possible results of untreated childhood trauma.

Thankfully, in the past decades, society’s views on traumatic experiences in childhood have drastically changed.

More and more people speak openly about what has happened to them - and, more importantly - how they overcame these experiences.

Additionally, science has found efficient ways to help on the journey.

Mentioned first by psychologist Carl Jung in the 1950s, the inner child has become one of the most important concepts that help survivors to understand, analyze, and recover from old wounds.

Recognizing, reclaiming, and reparenting your wounded inner child is the first step to healing.

Many strategies and therapeutic concepts can help your inner child’s recovery, with some working particularly well for specific types of childhood trauma.

Unfortunately, it can be quite hard to pick the right approach for your individual situation due to the overwhelming amount of advice out there.

This book will provide a comprehensive action plan that guides you from your first attempts at reconnecting with your wounded inner child to the best therapy strategies to process your personal experiences so you can finally heal and leave the past behind.

Inside, you’ll discover:

How to connect and understand your inner child and its impact on you as a grown-upSevere cases of childhood trauma and how to begin the healing processThe four pillars of reparenting your inner childCognitive behavioral therapy strategies to address trauma and abandonmentStrategies to recognize and cope with childhood emotional neglect Dialectical behavioral therapy strategies to address borderline personality disorderTrauma bonding: how to recognize the signs and cut ties for goodThe healing process walkthrough: how to tell if you’re making progress - and what to do if you’re feeling stuck

And much more!

Healing your inner child will take time and energy from you. The process can be emotionally challenging and will not always be comfortable.

But it is important to feel all of the emotions that may come up. Only by allowing yourself to go through this process can your inner child truly heal.

If you are committed to healing your wounded inner child and leaving bad childhood experiences behind for good, scroll up and click “Add to Cart” right now.