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By Jane Middelton-Moz

Think what it'd be wish to develop into the healthiest individual you'll be..... this can be the inherent correct of every person but if lingering emotional trauma from our formative years blocks the traditional developmental technique, we get struck. As every one folks strives to develop into the healthiest individual we in all probability can, we are going to need to come face-to-face with emotional fears which may be the results of demanding childhoods. even though that trip will be paved with the paid of unresolved grief and unrecognized loss, this booklet will function the map to lead you and assist you rediscover your discarded self... ...the top self you have been consistently intended to be.

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Bibliography: p. 1. Adult child abuse victims Mental health. 2. Self-care, Health. I. Title. 85'8288-31971 ISBN 1-55874-014-7 Copyright ©1989 Jane Middelton-Moz ISBN 1-55874-014-7 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without written permission of the publisher, except where permitted by law. Printed in the United States of America Cover Illustrations and Design by Reta Thomas Published by: Health Communications, Inc.

Paula became extremely compulsive about her own schoolwork and felt ashamed when she got less than an A. She studied constantly, never entering into the more social world of school and play. Her first love was a boy who she met in her junior year at college. He was an intellectual, a "bookworm" like herself, and their time together was spent sipping cokes after studying in the library. Their relationship broke up when he received a higher grade than she did on a final exam. Page 13 "I never want to see you again," she screamed.

She never learned that she was an individual and consequently could not, as an adult, separate herself emotionally from the needs of others around her. " Identity Development To understand the development of identity and the resulting development of emotional and physical boundaries, it is helpful to use the stages of identity constructed by Erikson (1950). His model describes eight stages of identity development: 1. Basic Trust versus Mistrust 2. Autonomy versus Shame and Doubt 3. Initiative versus Guilt 4.

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