Thawing Childhood Abandonment Issues is an "Inner Child" focused, step-by-step approach for grieving abandonment issues and healing the unfinished business of childhood. Since the wounds of unmet childhood needs are emotional in nature, recovery from these wounds needs a healing process emotional in nature.
As Rod Stewart said back in the 1970's, "the first cut is the deepest". Since Thawing Childhood Abandonment Issues focuses on those "first and deepest cuts", it is a program that will take a while to work through completely. This puts a strong focus on experiencing and releasing the emotions of the past and relies heavily on its many audio programs to facilitate the emotional component to that healing process.
During the wounding process... the pain that accumulated during the first stage of development was carried forward as a foundation for the work of the second stage... then the combined pain from the first and second stages are carried forward as a foundation for the experience of the third stage, etc. Similarly, the healing that accumulates as you work through the first stage is carried forward as a foundation for healing the second stage... then the combined healing from the first and second stages are carried forward as a foundation for healing the third stage, etc.
Notice how the work in each stage follows the same ten procedures. The process is the same from one developmental stage to the next, but the content is different because the developmental themes, tasks, and issues of each stage are different.
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This information is not a substitute for professional evaluation and/or treatment. Reading the information contained here may trigger strong emotional reactions. If you have an emergency, call 911, other local emergency contact, your local emergency room, or law enforcement agency.