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Running on empty : overcome your childhood emotional neglect

Author: Jonice Webb; Musello Christine
Publisher: New York : Morgan James Pub., 2012.
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"This book is not about what happened to you as a child; it's about what failed to happen for you as a child. It's an extremely subtle, almost invisible factor called emotional neglect, and it disrupts one's life in untold ways. Psychologist Jonice Webb, PhD shows how emotional neglect in childhood has an insidious effect on us as adults, causing us to struggle with self-discipline and self-care, or to feel  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Webb, Jonice.
Running on empty.
New York : Morgan James Pub., 2012
(OCoLC)798612445
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jonice Webb; Musello Christine
ISBN: 9781614482437 1614482438
OCLC Number: 849594487
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 228 pages) : illustrations
Responsibility: Jonice Webb with Christine Musello.
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"This book is not about what happened to you as a child; it's about what failed to happen for you as a child. It's an extremely subtle, almost invisible factor called emotional neglect, and it disrupts one's life in untold ways. Psychologist Jonice Webb, PhD shows how emotional neglect in childhood has an insidious effect on us as adults, causing us to struggle with self-discipline and self-care, or to feel unworthy, disconnected, and unfulfilled. People experience childhood emotional neglect to varying degrees--from a few subtle but important events to an entire childhood that's defined by it. This is the first book to give it a name and delve into the profound and often perplexing ways it influences our adult satisfaction and happiness."--Publisher's description.

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