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Reclaiming Your Life: A Step-by-Step Guide to Using Regression Therapy Overcome Effects Childhood Abus e (Anglais) Broché – 1 octobre 1996

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"Provides practical and compassionate guidance on dismantling the childhood defenses of repression and denial."Contemporary Psychology.

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86 internautes sur 87 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A life-changing book 13 juillet 1999
Par Columbia County - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Reclaiming Your Life lives up to its title. It is not pop psychology, but a deeply felt, thoroughly wise, highly practical approach to the healing of childhood wounds. When you have nodded your way through Alice Miller, and find yourself thinking "Yes, but how?" this is the next book to read. And re-read.
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This book will help readers all over the world 9 janvier 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché
First of all: I am the publisher of the Dutch edition in Holland. A couple of years ago I got a phone call from a 62 years old Dutch guy, who told me: 'I've read this book and it changed my life. You should publish it'. In the next weeks I received some calls from Dutch therapists telling me the same story. So I decided to buy the Dutch rights and publish the book in Holland. Since then I have read it and reread it, and I must say: it has changed my life too, and probably many clients and readers in Holland. Jean's book is very clear and a good read. Reading it, you become aware of things happened in your youth, and how you react to all kind of things (work, personal relationships, etc.) in your adult life. You become aware of your over- or under-reactions in different situations. It will help to give you a better understanding of your self and others. I am very proud of having published it in the Dutch language, and that indeed it is very succesful here in Holland.
'Reclaiming your life' is not a how-to-become-happy-in-24-hours kind of book. It is thorough, thoughtful and understanding. It may be uncomfortable to read, it may cause some fear or sorrow, but I can seriously recommend it to readers all over the world. And in the end: it will change your life too.
54 internautes sur 54 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Excellent guide to promote growth 3 octobre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is one of 2 that have meant the most to me in my life! Dont let the idea of "childhood abuse" throw you off if you think it didnt happen that way for you, this book talks to ALL of us! I found myself in here more often,and better said than I could do myself! It was amazing to me that I could find my truths in black and white. And, since I did, her methods of growing beyond are most helpful to me daily. Please read this book- it is extremely well worth it, in my opinion. If you are ready for your truth, you will find it here.
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Yes: Just like the previous reviewers said..... 1 novembre 2003
Par Say Grace - Publié sur
Format: Broché
If it weren't for the reviewers I would have missed it. How does one navigate through the zillions of "self help" books out there to find the real gems? The reviewers pushed me to the purchasing point.(thank you!) The author Jean Jensen shows us real life examples of the stumbling blocks children of abusive parents have as adults, in the workplace and in their love lives. At the end of the book are wonderful examples of people like you and me who explain how they moved through their own personal life struggles with the help of regression therapy. Jean Jenson thoroughly explains her method in a considerate manner and gives a variety of covert and overt abusive acts so you will relate, as opposed to deny. You may have to read this a few times because the source of our problems wants us to react in an opposite direction to healing. Jenson helped me see a way out and up, and she certainly covered all the bases to healing, covering many of my questions I could not find answers to with conventional therapy.
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Excellent but be careful 10 août 2005
Par Dedra Johnson - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Jenson's book is excellent in helping you define past abuse and stop minimizing, denying, etc. Her tone is helpful and she shares that she, too, needed healing from childhood neglect. That said, regression therapy can be very dangerous to do alone. Get a sympathetic therapist, one familiar not only with childhood abuse and neglect but Jensen's work, too. I wouldn't recommend doing it all on your own or with non-professionals--the deeper the trauma, the more abuse there was, the more serious the abuse, the more likely you will tap into very strong and deeply buried feelings that can wreck your day, week or month until you work through them. I used the book on my own and had to find a therapist to help me sort through everything.

I stiill refer back to her book, esp. identifying "old" feelings v. the present situation. Be careful, though and have plenty of professional and family/friend support, esp. if the abuse you suffered left any signs of PTSD or anything like that.
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