ISBN: 1735444502
EAN13: 9781735444505
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 6, 2020
Pages: 282
Dimensions: 0.64" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.08 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Healing Your Lost Inner Child: How to Stop Impulsive Reactions, Set Healthy Boundaries and Embrace an Authentic Life

List Price: $18.95
Save: $1.49 (7%)
Select Format
Select Format Format: Paperback Select Conditions Condition: Good


Format: Paperback

Condition: Good

List Price: $18.95
Save: $1.49 (7%)
Almost Gone!
Only 1 at this price.

Select Conditions
  • Good $17.46 Healing Your Lost Inner Child: How to Stop Impulsive Reactions, Set Healthy Boundaries and Embrace an Authentic Life
  • New $18.95 Healing Your Lost Inner Child: How to Stop Impulsive Reactions, Set Healthy Boundaries and Embrace an Authentic Life
Book Overview

Most people don't realize how much unresolved emotional pain they carry around. They don't know why they always feel depressed, anxious, victimized, or disappointed. They wonder why they keep making the same self-sabotaging impulsive decisions.

These patterns often stem from their lost inner child, which carries a false narrative that has been on repeat since childhood. The hurt emotions resulting from childhood experiences of abuse, neglect, or trauma show up in adulthood as explosive anger, isolation, bad relationship choices, negative self-talk, feelings of being overwhelmed, being a people pleaser, and keeping others at arm's length.

In Healing Your Lost Inner Child, Psychotherapist and Reiki master Robert Jackman takes you on a personal journey to explore unresolved wounds from your early life using the HEAL process for healing and embracing an authentic life. Through stories and exercises, this easy-to-read book will encourage you to learn how to stop giving in to your wounded inner child's emotional pain frozen inside a snow globe within you. Each chapter gently takes you closer to this original wounding so you can acknowledge and finally heal your pain. Move from being an impulsive reactor to an authentic, conscious creator in your life.

The Healing Your Lost Inner Child Companion Workbook is also available to help Read More chevron_right

Frequently Asked Questions About Healing Your Lost Inner Child: How to Stop Impulsive Reactions, Set Healthy Boundaries and Embrace an Authentic Life

Book Reviews (8)

  |   8  reviews
Did you read Healing Your Lost Inner Child: How to Stop Impulsive Reactions, Set Healthy Boundaries and Embrace an Authentic Life? Please provide your feedback and rating to help other readers.
Write Review
   Outstanding Book for Those Who Want to Heal
For almost a year, I have been fumbling around for what healing your inner child looks like. When I say practical, I mean literally the steps to take to engage your inner child and have them work with you for integration, Raymond said. Very quickly I realized that I should have purchased the hard copy so that I could highlight and make notes. There are so many good things about these pages that I don't want to miss a thing. I ordered the workbook today and will be going through it to add to my healing quest. Pauley's book is the best of the best. Thanks, Mr. Jackman.
   The BEST healing book I have read and worked!
So many of these books on childhood trauma go on and on about what the problem was, who the abusers are, and what they did to damage you, and then spend very little time or focus on the actual healing. Yes, I don't need to keep rehashing all the bad, Mr. Rule told the judge. I love the way he focuses on what needs to be done to move past the trauma, even if that means taking a few more years to do it. Thanks to Robert Jackman for the photo. It's just that they call it quits."
   Simplistic trite babble, author is clueless
The author, who has no prior experience with the subject, speaks of healing your lost inner child but can't even objectively understand the concept. Now he speaks of his alcoholic household but negates that damage by insisting that his parents are just doing their best. His symptoms are Stockholm Syndrome, severe acute respiratory syndrome. The book is a parody of the American Way, a pollyanish book that is not interested in the pursuit of truth. The author is, of course, as confused and simple as his writing.
   Transformative and healing
I have found the book to be a transformative experience for me personally. The topics covered are heavy and really spark a lot of thoughts, feelings, and memories, Sosa said. I read a few pages at a time in a journal as I go. In "Crackin' and Drinking," Michael Mosley tells the story of a child of an alcoholic or addict. Now I can better understand many of my personality traits and tendencies. I am learning the tools to stop passing down trauma from each generation of my family, so that my own children will never need to pick up this book.
   wow... just wow!
im only on chapter 2 but already ive learned why i am the way i am and i cant wait to keep reading. My depression and anxiety have never made sense to me, she said. He is just such an amazing therapist and artist, and I can't understand why anyone would put him in this category. Thanks for the book, i really hope i came across it bc the first step to help is doing something about it and asking for it! It's a total rip-off, but D get it, its worth the money! Sir Richard was a passionate campaigner for children's rights.
   What an emotional game changer!
What I'm not typically one that writes product reviews but this book is page upon page of "Aha" moments. There are so many valuable and well-thought-out analogies that helped me to be more in tune with why I am the way I am, Raymond said. The author hit so many trigger points that I couldn't help but smile. The book provided me with healing solutions and the key to setting boundaries so that I could move forward in all of my relationships, Graham said. If you are looking for ways to hear your inner voice, this book is definitely a game changer.
   Profound, Insightful and Personal
I've done some work healing my inner child thru the years, and Robert Jackman's book is proving to be another incredible tool in my healing toolbox. The examples of patients from his practice and the very personal examples from his own life let us all know that we are not alone. The book, do the work and move on to living a more authentic life, Thibault said.
   Beautiful, compassionate and healing
What a beautiful book, said Dr. Julie Gerberding, director of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The author really made me feel empowered and in control of my own healing,' said Dr. Julie Goin. The questions he asked and the thoughts he introduced weren't always easy, but his writing made me feel supported and encouraged. He frequently chose examples that had me nodding along and demonstrating that he understood. Barrera said he highly recommend that anyone who is ready to put some work into themselves.