Caring for the Inner Child

  • Positive childhood experiences more often equates to optimism.
  • Negative childhood experiences more often equates to pessimism.
  • Gray area can be considered as mixture: black & white, past & future.
  • Defense mechanism: “I don’t want to talk about it.”
  • The link (or chain) to both is embedded in the past which results in cycles of routine behavior.
  • Past rejections can result in rebellion against authority.
  • First you have to deal with your inner child.
  • Lay a foundation of trust through consistency: Building others up causes them to move forward.
  • Walls that have been built from the past are barriers to breakthrough.
  • Recognize the past, relate to the person, respect the person and restore their life.

Marcus L. Cage

Kingdom Visionary Network

https://divineworks.wordpress.com/first-things-first/
https://divineworks.wordpress.com/2011/12/17/j-o-b-s-updated-version-the-press/

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