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Publisher's Summary

The Inner Child lives within all of us, it's the part of us that feels emotions and is playful, intuitive, and creative. Usually hidden under our grown-up personas, the Inner Child holds the key to intimacy in relationships, physical and emotional well-being, recovery from addictions, and the creativity and wisdom of our inner selves.

Recovery of Your Inner Child is the only book that tells you how to have a firsthand experience of your Inner Child - actually feeling its emotions and recapturing its sense of wonder - by writing and drawing with your non-dominant hand. Expanding on the highly acclaimed technique introduced in The Power of Your Other Hand, here Dr. Capacchione shares scores of hands-on activities that will help you to embrace your Vulnerable Child and your Angry Child, find the Nurturing Parent within, and finally discover the Creative and Magical Child that can heal your life.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©1991 Lucia Capacchione (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Faraneh
  • 11-08-20

Not Usedul

I thought it was a scientific book something more advanced than I'm ok you're OK, but nothing like that. It's a lot of theories that I didn't find useful or logical at all.

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  • J
  • 12-06-20

Some insight with a lot of nonsense.

As a 3 page pamphlet you could have presented all the good information in this book.
Most of this is egotistical and self-promoting.
The author actually sites fairytales and popular movies to support her theories.
She also uses a lot of big names in order to try to give her nonsense some credibility and she recites a lot of silly dialogue much of which is obviously made up.

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  • Kristina
  • 21-08-20

Could be much shorter

There are a lot of exercises in this book so if you are a type of person who listens to audio books while driving, walking or doing something else then it will be hard to follow up.
Every chapter is the same by structure which becomes quite annoying after a while starts to feel that all content is similar but the book is way too long, was very hard to finish for me.
Despite the fact that the book organized poorly there are a lot good ideas so if you like doing exercises and have a lot of free time this book is for you.

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  • hannah dunne
  • 23-02-21

Didn't finish.

Struggled to listen because of the baby voice used by the narrator when speaking as the child. I found it really irritating and grating.

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