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Title: Slowly we come to a realisation that the traumas buried in our unconscious have taken over our lives, makes us powerless to embody our real truth, and driving us to act out in ways destructive to ourselves, to others.
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Slowly we come to a realisation that the traumas buried in our unconscious have taken over our lives, makes us powerless to embody our r...
Slowly we come to a realisation that the traumas buried in our unconscious have taken over our lives, makes us powerless to embody our real truth, and driving us to act out in ways destructive to ourselves, to others.

Our Self-Constructed make up has Many Different Parts. Years ago when we started exploring our interior world through self-expression , we were astounded to discover all of the different parts of self that we have inside of us. As various aspects spilled out through our spontaneous emotional collages, writings, drawings and paintings, we saw that not only did we have parts of different ages and temperaments inside, but also we had masculine and feminine aspects of self that were all struggling for expression. These became the make-up of the transitional child within


Many parts that we had so expertly tucked away out of sight in the aim of living a highly functioning life, were often younger, more hidden and hurting parts. There were many parts that we had exiled away because they felt unacceptable emotionally needy, sorrow, loss, shame, fear, hurt, and anger.

So how did we manage our Emotional Pain 

Popular therapy does not readily acknowledge that we all have a host of different characters inside of our consciousness. Perhaps people fear the notion of having many different parts inside of the mind because of the stigma of Multiple Personality Disorder or as it is now called, Dissociative Identity Disorder.

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