Category Archives: Inner Child

Shame Hurts

John Bradshaw defined shame as the conviction that you–your very existence is a mistake. He once told me that his book, “Healing the Shame that Binds You” was the one that sold the most copies. Shame may be a natural … Continue reading

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It’s A Scary Story

Do you feel anxious about something that hasn't happened and probably never will? You're not alone. When you were around 4 or 5 years old you learned to make up stories to explain the complicated world  to yourself. Sometimes those … Continue reading

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Don’t Believe Everything You Think

I am in the process of completing a really big project. I am working on republishing much of my earlier work as a series called Secrets of Happy Relationships. One morning the "end of project self-talk" came on full blast, … Continue reading

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