Thanks to Alisia Martino, writer of the Emotional Wellness blog, here is a great exposition of how to relate effectively to one’s inner child. I’ve found inner child work challenging but I know it’s essential to healing from traumatic childhood. Alisia has said it much more eloquently than I’ve been able to.
Inside each and everyone of us is an inner child. Even the touchiest person you know with a strong exterior who may show little emotion has a beautiful, playful and delicate inner child. Sometimes things can happen when we are younger to wound that inner child, causing adult childish behaviour. That is why it is […]
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I LOVE that picture. Where is that sculpture?
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Hi VK – I wish I knew. This photo is part of Alisia Martino’s original post. I edited my post to include a link to it. I’ve asked her about it via comment on her blog so hopefully she can give us some more information.