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You CAN recover from Childhood Emotional Neglect

How do people start to heal from emotional neglect?
What are the warning signs?
What are the early steps to Childhood Emotional Neglect recovery? How do you face the lonely feelings?
What resources/tools will help in the recovery journey?

In this episode, Dr. Anna Baranowsky sat down with Dr. Jonice Webb, author of Running on Empty, to answer these questions.

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Watch a previous conversation with Dr. Jonice Webb on Childhood Emotional Neglect here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=er2dU…

Check out –
Dr. Jonice Webb’s website here: http://www.drjonicewebb.com/

Dr. Webb’s book here: http://www.drjonicewebb.com/the-book/

Dr. Jonice Webb will be running an online program for those dealing with Childhood Emotional Neglect. Find out more here: http://www.drjonicewebb.com/the-fuel-…

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Dealing with a Narcissist? Use the Observe vs Absorb technique!

Dr Anna talks to Ingrid of Show Boundaries about managing interactions with narcissists or other difficult people.
A Narcissist and other difficult people will:
1. Show No Empathy
2. Thrive on conflict
3. Never validate your experience or feelings
4. Stir up havoc and conflict

Learn the Observe vs Absorb technique and the Crack in the CD approach for dealing with a narcissist and other difficult people.

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How to Overcome Emotional Neglect with Dr Jonice Webb


In this insightful interview, Dr. Jonice Webb sits down with us to talk about why some people may feel empty even though no childhood abuse was present in their lives.

Here are some tips that may help in your recovery journey of childhood emotional neglect.
1. Recognize that there is a need for emotional neglect.
2. Welcome in your emotions and recognize you are not alone.
3. Join Dr. Jonice Webb in the 3 free videos of her Online Emotional Neglect program here.

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Emotional Neglect & Traumatic Loneliness. Ask Dr. Anna S.2.E.36


Learn about Traumatic Loneliness and Emotional Neglect.
Get the Emotional Neglect questionnaire and Traumatic Loneliness Article FREE here.

Dr. Anna answers a viewer’s question about feeling like you don’t fit in.
She discusses Emotional Neglect and Traumatic Loneliness.
Dr. Jonice Webb’s Emotional Neglect Questionnaire will be able to help you figure out the intensity of your feelings, which can be found here.

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Dr. Robert T. Muller shares his personal story on the West Coast Trauma Project

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“Be attentive to vicarious traumatization. We all are susceptible to being vicariously traumatized.”

Robert T. Muller trained at Harvard University, was on faculty at the University of Massachusetts, and is currently at York University in Toronto.

Dr. Muller was recently honored as a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation (ISSTD) for his work on trauma treatment. And his psychotherapy best-seller, Trauma and the Avoidant Client, in its third printing, has been translated and won the 2011 ISSTD award for the year’s best written work on trauma.

Check out the rest of Dr. Muller’s podcast here.

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