Bonding with your Inner Child
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Early childhood deficiencies and difficulties (incubators, separations, hospitalizations, lack of affection, maternal anxiety, parental divorce, mistreatment, etc.), especially those occurring during the first three years of life, can have a considerable impact on a person’s later capacity to regulate emotions (anxiety, sadness, and anger in particular). The period ranging from gestation to 3 years of age is seen today as crucial for lifelong mental health, as confirmed by the success of Lifespan Integration therapy, whose goal is to work on the memories from this very period. This book’s goal is to highlight not just the impact of these early difficulties and deficiencies, but above all the means that exist to repair them, whether alone or accompanied.