The Wounded Inner Child

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Inner children are parts of all our psyche that remains full of innocence, awe, and wonder. When our inner child is healthy, and we are connected with them, we tend to be invigorated, inspired, and excited.

However, what happens when our inner child is wounded from past trauma, and we are disconnected from them? When we ignore the inner child in our psyche, as adults, we feel disconnected from life, tired, empty, and…

I am an author/speaker/grant writer living among the corn and bean fields of Illinois in the U.S.

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Shirley J. Davis

Shirley J. Davis

I am an author/speaker/grant writer living among the corn and bean fields of Illinois in the U.S.

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