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It can happen that the lessons of our childhood are carried forward into our adult lives to become harsh and judgmental task masters of our actions.

We take on some of these ‘rules’ in such a way that we believe that we ‘should’ apply them come what may. Even though these are out of date because they belong to another era (childhood), we uncritically accept them and allow them to guide our actions and influence our beliefs about ourselves.

Growing up means maturing emotionally, and it’s never too late to have a happy childhood.

 

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  1. Barry, once again your message comes at the exact right moment…thank you.

     

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