Mental Health Professionals and Spiritual Leaders encourage us to re-parent our Inner Child with gentleness, humor, love and respect. This podcast outlines problems in my adult life that are caused by my wounded inner child. I share insights, wisdom, and techniques that helped me reparent my wounded inner child. I articulate intimate conversations between my adult Self and wounded Inner Child to help listeners identify their own wounded inner Children. I share resources that help me reparent myself and help me to reframe traumatic childhood events to prevent recreating them in my adult life.
My Octopus Teacher Too
I share about a movie called My Octopus Teacher on Netflix ands it’s effects on my adult & Inner Child. I share interactions with my adults husband & the impact the movie had on us before & after watching it together.
I share my adult and inner child’s interactions while trying to sew. I also identify a dysfunctional parenting style my adult adopted to raise her disabled son when he was a child & how she stopped using it with her inner child.
He Loves Me Not. He Loves me!
I will share what contributed to my inner child’s belief that she was unlovable, how it impacted my adult in her marriage to the same man for 36 years, what we did to heal this erroneous belief & the positive impact this had on the quality of our marriage.
The Whole Truth
In this episode I share details from 2 childhood traumas & how my inner child recreated them in my adult work life over the past 30 years. I also share what my my inner child needs from me & how the whole Truth set us both free.
Clearing Blocks To Creativity
In this episode I share another adult challenge that is rooted in academic neglect & public humiliation in childhood. I share intimately my healing process.
Me And My Shadow
In this episode I share my resistance to healing information and practices. I combine helpful resources with intimate true stories of transformation to help listeners discover their shadow and heal the shame that may be binding them in their adult lives.