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- There’s a baby in that bath water
- Make a list of those who have loved you
- A short summary of what you probably already know about developing good self esteem
- How to share yourself with others and keep your dignity
- Where to find friends? Try personal growth groups.
- The human requirement for shared experience
- The Four Questions
- Question 1: Who should I talk to about this problem?
- Question 2: How do I need to adjust my plans and expectations because of this problem?
- Question 3: What lessons and gifts does this problem have to offer me?
Growing SafelyThis blog often contains material related to emotional healing. Please note that when undertaking emotional healing there is always the possibility of destabilizing ones emotional state and behavior in that process. Nothing presented in this blog should ever take the place of professional help, and trauma work, especially, should be done under the supervision of a psychotherapist. Though I have tried to speak about various means of healing in general terms, there are times when it can be unsafe to try what I describe here without professional help--whether for trauma or any other concern. If you have any questions, consult a licensed therapist. Do grow...but do it safely!
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Monthly Archives: July 2012
When we are small children we don’t know any better than to be who we are. We laugh when something is funny, cry immediately when we are upset, and try to do things we are not good at without too … Continue reading