The inner child workbook: what to do with your past when it just won't go away

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J.P. Tarcher, Aug 1, 1991 - Psychology - 272 pages
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This book is designed as a gentle, step-by-step guide for re-parenting the inner child during the first seven stages of life: as an infant, a toddler, a young child, a grade school child, a young teen, a young adolescent, and a young adult. Using a wide range of tools to do this inner work, the reader is led to explore the issues of grief, shame, and loss at each of the seven stages.

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User Review  - Wendy Reiersen - Goodreads

This is another book not to be read straight through. It has promise, and I want to take my time and use what I learn from it. I'd actually love to put together a support group of others working ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction x
1
The Infant Self
37
The Toddler Self
70
The Young Inner Child 00
90
The GradeSchool Child Within i i 2
112
The Young Teen Within
133
The Adolescent Within i 54
154
The Young Inner Adult
175
Developing Ongoing Relationships
205
Addictions Recovery and Your Children
229
Glossary
243
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