wounded “Inner Child.”
wound that we suffer, almost if not always, created a wounded “Inner
wounded “Inner Child” is the egocentric, severed parts of me that
was hurt, terrified,
vulnerable and neglected and never allowed to express itself.
time something happened to us, we split of energetically and disconnected from
the rest of ourselves. The severed part of us might contains certain qualities
like frankness, innocent, fearless, fun loving, etc. that after this incident,
we feel incomplete and miss these qualities in ourselves and end up spending our
lives searching for these qualities from outside of us.
wounded “Inner Children” came into our life because we were:
to adapt specific behaviors and views from our parents.
example: - It is quite prestigious to be a doctor, a lawyer or
Real men don’t cry.
Showing emotion is a sign of weakness.
Assertiveness is not a good quality.
to live up to our parents’ expectations.
we suppress our wounded “Inner
Children,” we run the risks of:
Some of the steps taking towards healing the wounded “Inner Child.”
order to help healing our wounded “Inner Children,” we need to:
speak up our minds.
about our childhood issues in order to come up with appropriate affirmations for
are some affirmations that we can use for our “Inner Children”:
“It is OK to share with others about my personal accomplishments.”
“It is OK to accept compliments from others.”
“It is OK to be honest with my feelings.”
“It is OK to make mistakes, laugh at myself and move on.”
“It is OK to be ‘selfish’ and do things that I really want to
“It is OK to let others serve me.”
can tell our “Inner Children” that:
“You can argue or disagree with Mom and Dad and still be a good
“I accept and love you just the way you are!”
“I am so proud of you no matter what you do!”
“You can trust that I am always there for you!”
“I am sorry for making you behave like a grown-up when you were still a
“From now on, we will have a lot of fun together.”
Discover our hidden negative beliefs in all life circumstances.
are some of our typical negative beliefs:
I am not lovable
I am a bad person
I am too weak to protect myself
I am a failure
I cannot trust anyone
I am not trustworthy
I deserve to die
I am permanently damaged
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