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Making Peace With Your Emotional Disconnection With Your Parents

Making Peace With Your Emotional Disconnection With Your Parents

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General Psychology

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ISBN13: 9798591415549
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Dec 18 2020
Pages: 102
Weight: 0.26
Height: 0.24 Width: 5.00 Depth: 8.00
Language: English
As a psychotherapist, I have observed that many folks have trouble making peace with their emotionally disconnected (neglectful or superficial) relationships with their parent/s. They have difficulty tolerating the loss and loneliness that so often describes not having a deep connection. It can be difficult to understand and accept your emotional detachment from your parents. The unprocessed tension can create obstacles in feeling safe in other relationships, and in reparenting yourself (being there for yourself). It can be even more difficult to explore your emotional disconnection when it requires coming face to face with the realities of your childhood. Integrating the past into your present experience can be painful. This guide focuses on making peace with your reality through building self-understanding, acceptance, and mourning.

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