Have You Forgiven Yourself?

Written by   Melanie Tonia Evans
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This week’s blog is a continuation of last week’s blog Who Is My Inner Child Last week my client's session was about discovering her inner child and learning how to nurture it. If you haven't read it yet please take a look as it will help understand my client's  next step of her journey. This week, when my client started learning to embrace her inner child, we found the next 'block' preventing her inner child by being fully accepted by her. Deep down she hadn't forgiven herself for her past behaviors and choices. She hadn't learned to forgive herself, even though conceptually she thought she had. (more…)

This week’s blog is a continuation of last week’s blog Who Is My Inner Child

Last week my client’s session was about discovering her inner child and learning how to nurture it. If you haven’t read it yet please take a look as it will help understand my client’s  next step of her journey.

This week, when my client started learning to embrace her inner child, we found the next ‘block’ preventing her inner child by being fully accepted by her. Deep down she hadn’t forgiven herself for her past behaviors and choices. She hadn’t learned to forgive herself, even though conceptually she thought she had.

Who Is My Inner Child?

Written by   Melanie Tonia Evans
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I believe we all have an inner child. Another way to describe our inner child is our unconscious, instinctual self. This is the part of us that automatically receives messages from our outer experience, and instinctually feels a certain way about this data. Some aspects of our inner child may be healthy, happy and safe, and others not so much. Therefore within certain topics we may feel safe and solid, and can make conscious and healthy choices about the data we receive, and other times we will be triggered and emotionally over-react and won’t. (more…)

I believe we all have an inner child. Another way to describe our inner child is our unconscious, instinctual self. This is the part of us that automatically receives messages from our outer experience, and instinctually feels a certain way about this data.

Some aspects of our inner child may be healthy, happy and safe, and others not so much. Therefore within certain topics we may feel safe and solid, and can make conscious and healthy choices about the data we receive, and other times we will be triggered and emotionally over-react and won’t.

How To Find True Freedom And Keep It

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What is True Freedom? True Freedom is the ability to live your life without fear, the ability to expand and create what your heart desires, and the knowing of how freeing it is to be your Authentic Self. True Freedom is the being at one with Self and Life. It's about being at peace. Sounds great doesn't it? But how do we get there, and most importantly how do we stay there? (more…)

What is True Freedom? True Freedom is the ability to live your life without fear, the ability to expand and create what your heart desires, and the knowing of how freeing it is to be your Authentic Self.

True Freedom is the being at one with Self and Life. It’s about being at peace.

Sounds great doesn’t it?

But how do we get there, and most importantly how do we stay there?

There Is No Closure With Narcissists

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When we end a relationship with a narcissist – it can be a terrible and painful experience to realise there is no closure. There is no "I'm sorry, I treated you terribly", there is the absence of "I realise that if I had done things differently we could have worked", or "The way I treated you was disgraceful". Often, horrifically, there is no explanation for the cruel ability to abuse and manipulate you, and then discard, abandon and move on as if you never existed. Most narcissistic abuse sufferers struggle terribly with this – and experience the anguished feelings of "What did I REALLY mean to him or her?" (more…)

When we end a relationship with a narcissist – it can be a terrible and painful experience to realise there is no closure.

There is no “I’m sorry, I treated you terribly”, there is the absence of “I realise that if I had done things differently we could have worked”, or “The way I treated you was disgraceful”. Often, horrifically, there is no explanation for the cruel ability to abuse and manipulate you, and then discard, abandon and move on as if you never existed.

Most narcissistic abuse sufferers struggle terribly with this – and experience the anguished feelings of “What did I REALLY mean to him or her?”