Jonice Webb

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Jonice Webb, PhD is a licensed psychologist, blogger and best-selling author of two books. Recognized worldwide as the pioneer of Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN), Dr. Webb created Fuel Up For Life, the first and only online CEN Recovery Program. She has been interviewed about Childhood Emotional Neglect on NPR and many radio shows and podcasts. Her work has appeared in CNBC.com, Psychology Today, Psychcentral.com, The Chicago Tribune and The Elephant Journal. Visit her website: www.EmotionalNeglect.com.

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Do you feel like I do?


On The Outside


There’s a deep, draining feeling that many people carry through every single day of their adult lives. But few are consciously aware of this feeling, or ever actually put into words. So please allow me to do it for you, using the words I have heard many people use to describe it.


It’s a feeling of:


Deeply different from everyone else; somehow flawed


Alon...

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Running on Empty No More by Jonice Webb
Running on Empty No More by Jonice Webb
"A good self-help book for parent and those who have living parents. Main emphasis: are you a child of emotional neglect yourself?"
Running on Empty No More by Jonice Webb
"If you have parents that never talked about feelings, suppressed them or avoided them and you feel empty or lost then this book really helps you to work through a recovery process to turn your life around. This psychologist has really pinpointed t..." Read more of this review »
" Hi Leigh, CEN is not necessarily typically paired with OCPD. But it is often the invisible root cause of many symptoms and diagnoses. That may be what ...more "
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An Umbrella for Alex by Rachel Rashkin­-Shoot
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I'm a psychologist who works with families. I was so impressed with this book. Dr. Rashkin-Shoot did an amazing job of describing exactly what a child might go through growing up with a parent who is unpredictable. The book is written in a child's vo ...more
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Hey, That Kid Got Issues by Earnest L. Williams Jr.
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I'm a psychologist who works with families. I highly recommend this book to other therapists, especially those who work with children and their parents. This book uses a cute character, "Justin" to illustrate how lovable and bright a child with ADD c ...more
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“When a child receives the message, even subtly or indirectly, that his emotions don't matter, he will grow up feeling, somewhere deep inside, that he himself doesn't matter.”
Jonice Webb
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“Emotionally neglected people tend to be good listeners. But they are not good at talking, especially about themselves.”
Jonice Webb, Running on Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect

“the single most reliable indicator that you’re dealing with a sociopath is when a person appears to purposely hurt you and then proceeds normally as if they did nothing wrong, and as if you should not be hurt.”
Jonice Webb, Running on Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect

“When a child receives the message, even subtly or indirectly, that his emotions don't matter, he will grow up feeling, somewhere deep inside, that he himself doesn't matter.”
Jonice Webb

“When a child receives the message, even subtly or indirectly, that his emotions don't matter, he will grow up feeling, somewhere deep inside, that he himself doesn't matter.”
Jonice Webb




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