Homecoming has ratings and 59 reviews. work and individual meditations and affirmations yet “Homecoming: Reclaiming and Championing Your Inner. Are you outwardly successful but inwardly do you feel like a big kid? Do you aspire to be a loving parent but all too often “lose it” in hurtful ways? Do you crave . Buy a cheap copy of Homecoming: Reclaiming and Championing book by John Bradshaw. Are you outwardly successful but inwardly do you feel like a big kid.
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I do like the explanation but it’s to Freudian for me without proper research to back it up. Example of what I consider a strange sentence: Actually, I’m not sure I believe in the whole concept of an inner child, I thought it was kind of hokey. But once I got to the exercises, I lost interest. Homecoming shows you how to: Co-dependence is fostered in unhealthy family systems.
Homecoming: Reclaiming and Healing Your Inner Child
The Oliphants are heavily in debt; they live from payday to payday. What was the matter with me? The messenger and the vehicles are merely that; just means of delivery. Now, as an adult, when I was finished with an emotional or physical withdrawal bout, I felt like the champiojing and shame-based little boy that I had been. Ophelia Oliphant demands that her husband buy a Mercedes.
His partner, Bigello, has a mistress. It was never intended to be chronic.
He goes into steps to reconnect with your real self, brings to light concepts such as “Iamness” – your belief that you belong on this world, and you deserve to be loved and accepted regardless of your caregivers.
Most of the time I guarded it vigilantly.
My library Help Advanced Book Search. I was a little distraught reading the first chapter of this book.
Plus he makes a lot of comparisons between humans and animals and how animals are not capable of this or that, but is he some kind of expert on the subject or just stating his opinions? Bradshaw shed light as to connecting with your “inner child”. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Granted, the subject matter should probably warrant that. Not for the faint hearted: When Maxmillian”s girlfriend ends their six-month relationship, he feels suicidal.
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Interesting self-help book that guides the reader into getting in touch and embracing one’s inner child. There are lots of great points here that rang true, but also a lot of dubious content that went along with it, and Championiny quickly figured out that the best way to read it is to skim through, get the general idea and not fuss too much over the details. But most of the exercises and pleasant and easy to do. This book so far has helped me in hoomecoming many ways. Jun 23, Joy Homecojing rated it it was amazing.
This guy knows how to shed light on those dark painful areas that we hold inside. At first, it may seem preposterous that a little child can continue to live in an adult body.
Dec 07, Joey Silayan rated it really liked it. They also need help in separating their thoughts from their feelings. This child will spontaneously contaminate the person”s adult behavior.
I didn’t finish it because I really didn’t like it.
She also insists on keeping their membership in the River Valley Country Club. Because the drinking is so life-threatening to each family member, they adapt by becoming chronically alert hypervigilant. He believes his manhood will be judged by how his wife looks. Apr 10, Courtney Reclaoming rated it really liked it Shelves: Selected pages Title Page. On An interesting and thought provoking read.
Homecoming: Reclaiming and Healing Your Inner Child by John Bradshaw
Nov 30, Gerry rated it really liked it Shelves: Combines Erikson’s stages of development with Jung’s views of the mind. I felt very alone and ashamed. Pervilia listens to her boyfriend talk about his distress at work. Jun 19, Troy rated it it was ok. There’s a quiz at the end of the first chapter that tells you if the book nomecoming right for you or not. But it does give Bradshaw an easy way to explain what’s wrong with you.