The Childhood Conclusions Fix

Turning Negative Self-Talk Around
By (author) Lisette Schuitemaker

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The Childhood Conclusions Fix
Turning Negative Self-Talk Around
By (author) Lisette Schuitemaker

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Pages : 192

Book Size : 6 x 9

ISBN-13 : 9781844097340

Imprint : Findhorn Press

On Sale Date : November 14, 2017

Format : Paperback Book

A guide to identifying the thoughts that limit us from childhood, as identified by Wilhelm Reich ('character defense structures') – and to then letting go of them and creating our life freely.

About The Childhood Conclusions Fix

Reading this book, you get the sense that Lisette Schuitemaker sees right through you. As if she knows that you gorge on chocolate at times, that you go crazy if people know something you don’t, that you are bound to hit the slow cashier one day. Or that in truth you’re not here at all with your thoughts. And how ardently you hope that one day someone will truly love you the way you are. You, me, all of us have drawn some conclusions in our childhood: impressions we got as a young child and the conclusions we jumped to about ourselves, the world and our place in it. These childhood conclusions still produce habitual thoughts that mark our behaviors. “Why didn’t I know this before and why don’t we all know this?’ were the questions that prompted the author to share her insights. Illustrated with examples from her private practice she shows how childhood conclusions are at work in all of us – and how we can turn them around into a positive outlook on ourselves and others. The five childhood conclusions tell you exactly what you think about yourself. And how you could think differently. And gain so much more freedom for living your life. This book is for anyone who is curious where their habitual thoughts arise from.
Table of Contents

Table of content

- A word on self-talk
- A handful of conclusions
- Turning our childhood thoughts
- A healing response

1. Welcoming Our Existence - Childhood conclusion 1: “I am not welcome, I should get away”
2. Living to Give - Childhood conclusion 2: “There is not not enough, I am not enough”

Pause to Reflect

3. Willing to Create - Childhood conclusion 3: “What do I know - have it your way”
4. Nobel Hearts - Childhood conclusion 4: “I must be in control”
5. An Authentic Fit - Childhood conclusion 5: “I must conform to fit in”

In the End
A List of Books

Author Bio
Lisette Schuitemaker founded, ran, and sold a communications company before becoming a healer, life coach, and personal development author. She studied the work of Wilhelm Reich as part of obtaining her BSc in Brennan Healing Science. She is the co-author of The Eldest Daughter Effect. Lisette lives and works in Amsterdam, Netherlands.