Inner Child Wounds
R.L. Malpica - Philosopher • 1h 16m
We've been conditioned to suppress our emotions, forget and move on from experiences that affected us during our childhood. That suppression causes us to difficulties later in life. These are inner child wounds and all of us need some inner child healing. R.L. & Chef Definition dive deep into their childhood and share how their experiences have shaped them into the person they are today.
Be sure to download the "Inner Child Wounds [Self-Audit] worksheet to help you release your childhood traumas. The worksheet is under the Minds Like Mine's Season Three section or under creators R.L. Malpica & Chef Definition
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