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Re: Inner child work yellowbird01

Posted by Dinah on September 28, 2011, at 14:54:49

In reply to Inner child work, posted by yellowbird01 on September 27, 2011, at 15:37:01

Not officially, no. :) I'd likely bite my therapist's head off if he suggested the techniques I've read about regarding inner child work. But there has definitely been regression involved in my therapy.

Can you afford being worse right now? I do think it sometimes takes being worse to get better. To become a more authentic well functioning person. But from a practical standpoint, there are points in life where it really isn't in our best interests to be a quivering mass of nerves.

Is there some way to balance this out with techniques to shore up some of your healthier defenses?




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