How Inner Child Therapy Can Help to Heal a Painful Past

Your memories and personality are pliable rather than set in stone

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If you work on self-development, you might discover your inner child. We often refer to the inner child as an innocent version of someone in the psyche. It’s assumed the childlike part never grew up — or gained an abundance of ego — and, if damaged, needs…

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✔Content writer,✍author, and 👩‍⚕️former counselor exploring how to live well. I write about 🎯self-mastery and occasionally pen stories and poems.

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