Exploring Workaholism through the eyes of my Inner Child

Inner Child work is some of the most frightening work I’ve ever done, simply because it is so very vulnerable. I wouldn’t do it, except for the fact that it is also some of the most revealing, freeing, and cathartic stuff I’ve ever tried, as well as being incredibly easy…

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Shifting Gears and Perspectives

It seems like I have been ignoring or in battle with my body all of my life. Anorexia became my way of life when I was fifteen years old. It didn’t begin with trying to lose weight; it was a control issue. My mother and stepfather wouldn’t let me have…

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