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Summary: Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents
How to Heal from Distant, Rejecting, or Self-Involved Parents

Narrator: VL Cole

Unabridged: 1 hr 13 min

Format: Digital Audiobook Download

Published: 05/29/2024

Includes: Bonus Material Bonus Material Included


Every person experiences emotions; it's one of life's most natural aspects. Unfortunately, not everyone is capable of dealing with these intense feelings effectively. And, when you’ve been raised by emotionally immature parents who don’t allow you to be an individual who can express their feelings, you will be set up for failed (and sometimes even abusive) relationships in the future.As children, our number one role models are our parents; we give them unconditional trust to guide us through the world. But when the trust is broken, and their behavior and temperament toward us are less than ideal, we can develop coping mechanisms in a bid to shield ourselves from the hurt. If your parent starved you emotionally, then you have a pretty clear picture of what this means – but it doesn't have to remain this way.In her original, Dr. Lindsay Gibson discusses this phenomenon, the effect that the poor emotional development of parents can have on their children’s lives, and practical steps you can take to break free from this cycle.With this summary, you will:Understand in depth the effect that emotionally immature parents have on the adult lives of their children.Gain insight into how your parents' emotional immaturity has shaped your emotional landscape, and identify the subsequent effects.Explore the personality traits associated with emotional immaturity to be able to identify it in others and avoid falling trap to their actions.Learn the steps you can take to wake up from the effects of emotional immaturity to experience the liberation you long for.Learn how to build solid, lasting relationships filled with the emotional intimacy that you desire.And more!But there's only one rule – don't be afraid to dig deep and feel. Facing the resurfacing emotions of your past may be uncomfortable, to say the least, but it is an essential part of the process.