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Summary: 6 common psychological wounds in childhood-neglect survivors.

an overview of six widespread psychological wounds from inadequate childhood nurturance.

Six Inherited Psychological Wounds

      Other Lesson-1 articles give much more detail on these wounds, what they mean, and how to reduce them.

  • a fragmented personality and a disabled true Self. This promotes…
  • excessive shame and guilts;
  • excessive fears;
  • major trust disorders;
  • excessive reality distortions; and…
  • difficulty feeling, empathizing, bonding, and loving.

      Here’s a little detail on each wound:

Source: Summary: 6 common psychological wounds in childhood-neglect survivors.

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