The Out-Patient

Growth is when we realise the expansive urge for truth at our core. This is our deepest and most natural tendency—to grow beyond ourselves. In order to grow, we must align with this calling. But there is a price: we must resolve our traumatic legacy. We must leave our tribes and their denial of the wounds we carry. We must leave their limiting definitions of meaning and safety.

 

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Title: We can become emotionally traumatised in early childhood
Author: Fraser Trevor
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We can become emotionally traumatised in early childhood or in the womb, and we are reacting on a primal level to our mothers' emotio...
We can become emotionally traumatised in early childhood or in the womb, and we are reacting on a primal level to our mothers' emotional pathology. Every foetus reacts to maternal emotional pathology - and emotional health - at some level, and the response can be an emotional alienating one, so much so that the parts of the foetal brain that develop healthy emotional relating and expression and self-reflection can become stunted.

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