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Reality Check

When you’re undistracted and your Self is guiding your personality, clarify your reaction to these ideas with the statements below. A = “I agree; D = “I disagree,” and ? = “I’m not sure” or “It depends on (what?)”:

Families exist to nurture (fill the needs of) their kids and adults. (A D ?)

All children have a range of developmental needs they need informed adult help to fill (A D ?)

Some families are more effective at nurturing than others. (A D ?)

How much psychological and spiritual nurturance a child experiences in their first four to six years greatly affects how their personality develops. (A D ?)

Normal (vs. pathological) human personalities seem to be composed of semi-independent “subselves” or “parts.” They are probably specialized brain regions. (A D ?) If you’re curious or skeptical about subselves, read this perspective and letter, and then try this safe, interesting experience after you finish this.

Normal personalities range from fragmented and disorganized to steadily harmonious, locally or over time, depending on which subselves guide them. (A D ?)

The concept of a true Self and a false self sense to me. (A D ?)

I want to learn more about (a) family nurturance and GWC wounds, and (b) whether psychological wounds may be affecting me and my family. (A D ?)



Currently studying Psychotherapy , Cognitive psychology, Biological psychology, Counselling psychology and CBT. I believe in truth, honesty and integrity! ≧◔◡◔≦

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