By Charles L. Whitfield
This is a steady and potent workbook and advisor to therapeutic the kid inside. it may be used without or with having already learn Healing the kid Within.
utilizing quite a few experiential routines that the reader can do at their very own velocity, health care professional and writer Charles Whitfield takes us on a therapeutic trip into our internal and outer lifestyles. as soon as a reader starts off this ebook, the therapeutic approach starts -- no matter if they hardly ever do any of its exercises.
one of many highlights of this e-book is the transparent description of age regression, the most the most important options in therapeutic and restoration.
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Page 51 So, perhaps mustering up some courage, write anything that comes up for you about what happened how you might have been mistreated, abused or hurt by anyone in your past, starting with your childhood. Include your adolescence and, if you choose, your adult life up until now. To facilitate your remembering, I have divided the headings into the following areas of our life: Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual. PHYSICAL Mistreatments, Abuses or Hurts MENTAL Mistreatments, Abuses or Hurts Page 52 EMOTIONAL Mistreatments, Abuses or Hurts SPIRITUAL Mistreatments, Abuses or Hurts To help you begin to name what happened I have listed on the next page some terms for mistreatments, abuse or hurts reproduced from Table 5, page 40 from HCW.
Publisher: Health Communications, Inc. W. 15th Street Deerfield Beach, Florida 33442-8124 Cover design by Reta Thomas Page iii Acknowledgments Special thanks to Bruce Fischer, Herbert L. Gravitz, Mary Jackson, Karen Jones, Rebecca Peres, Donna O'Toole and Ralph Raphael who read an early draft of this book and offered constructive suggestions. Grateful acknowledgment is given to the following for permission to reprint: "Who I Really Am" chart on page 20, adapted and modified from Howard Halpern: How To Break Your Addiction To A Person.
Page 40 Notes Page 41 6 What Happened? On page 6, I introduced the importance of naming things in and about our life and our recovery. Giving a name to these facilitates our healing. High on that list of things to name are what happened and what might have been our ungrieved hurts, losses and traumas. Finding out what happened usually unfolds gradually and is often painful. It usually comes in waves and in fits and starts. And it may take a long time. so give yourself plenty of time. Take all the time you need.
A Gift to Myself: A Personal Workbook and Guide to "Healing the Child Within" by Charles L. Whitfield