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Healing the Unaffirmed: Recognizing Emotional Deprivation Disorder

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What the unaffirmed person needs is affirmation therapy, which involves the healing of the whole person--body, mind and spirit. Recognizing emotional deprivation disorder is the first step in correcting, through affirmation, many grave individual and global ills. Authentic affirmation brings about peace, self-confidence and joy.
Paperback, 221 pages
Published January 1st 2002 by St Pauls Publishing (first published January 1st 1976)
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This was a challenging book to read not only for the personal resonance but also because of several unacceptable,antiquated ides that rather weaken the authors authority. Such is importance of the body of their work that I can overlook their tragic flaws and even see them as slightly evolved from the general opinion that homosexuality was a sin.

What the authors discovered over their years of practice is the underlying basis of most mental illness,before it has been classsified; the shaky foundat
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During childhood as we grow, develop,and mature we feed off of our parents to help us develop a healthy sense of self. If that develops properly and in a positive way we also develop resources, kind of like a reservoir. As we receive empathy, respect, and appreciation from our power source (our mother) our sense of self is developed- the love, empathy, and admiration that we continue to receive fills our resources, our reservoir. So when we go into life situations and feel self doubt we look to
Yes, I am still reading this...sigh. Good luck with yours, is quite painful and you'd better find a psychopath (did I say psychopath? I mean psychiatrist or minister you can trust) if you are going to venture on this journey...
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