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Reclaiming Your Life: A Step-by-Step Guide to Using Regression Therapy to Overcome the Effects of Childhood Abuse (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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5.0 étoiles sur 5 CURED SUICIDAL DEPRESSION and BIPOLAR DISORDER 6 novembre 2015
Par Nietzsche Infidel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I had forgiven my parents years ago before I did this work. But despite the grace of forgiveness, I had suffered from crushing depression that paralyzed me with such severe psychological pain, I often thought suicide would be my only escape. Alice Miller said that depression comes from the repression of unexpressed emotions. I fully agree with her.

In 2004, Out of desperation, I read this book and did the regression therapy as Jean Jenson described. This work takes strength and courage to do, but I plowed through the exercises and kept going. My fear, rage,loneliness, shock of betrayal, anguish, anger, agony, shame of my inner wounded child came pouring out. Emotions I never knew I had. I kept going till I could cry no more.

After doing this work, My paralyzing suicidal depression vanished in 2004. I am deeply appreciative to Jean Jenson. It has been over 11 years now, but NO MORE SUICIDAL DEPRESSION since 2004. Now whenever I do get depressed, which is not often, It is much more mild and commensurate to the event occurring. I am so much happier.

The reason why I waited so long to write this review is 2 reasons:
1) Back in 2004, this book had over 120 reviews giving this book 4.5 stars. I felt my review would have little impact. But somehow Amazon lost all these glowing reviews. Maybe technical glitch? At the time of this review, there are only 34 reviews.

2) My own personal shame of having been so psychologically wounded. I now realize it is nothing to be ashamed of. And if my review can help one person out there who is clinically depressed, suicidal, and / or bipolar, please don't give up. Please read this book. IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE

Many experts "claim" and "hypothesize" Bipolar Disorder is genetic. I disagree. I feel it comes from childhood trauma. After having done Jean's work, my Bipolar Disorder is gone. This is my powerful anecdotal experience.

I have a bipolar friend doing this Regression Therapy via EMDR. He swears by this work and is releasing his inner wounded child's pain through Regression Therapy . He says it is better than lithium that he had been prescribed. The lithium was a coping mechanism, but not a cure. This work is a CURE.

Also Cognitive Therapists call "Regression Therapy" a different name "Prolonged Exposure Therapy". They have been using it to treat soldiers with PTSD. (Was on 60 Minutes May 26, 2014 interviewing Dr. Kevin Reader) Whether the event was from childhood or adulthood, the process is the same. To Remember and Feel Emotionally Every Detail of a Traumatic Experience vs. Trying to forget about it.

Remember, "If you resist, it will persist."

In 2004, I had no therapist to guide me through Regression Therapy via EMDR or Prolonged Exposure Therapy. All I had was this book. And it CURED ME. The book is thorough and gentle. Jean is beside you every step of the way.

I AM SO MUCH HAPPIER AS A RESULT OF THIS BOOK. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK. IT CHANGED MY LIFE.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is a fantastic book; wish I would have discovered it earlier!!! 31 mars 2015
Par Skyeflower - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book has been very helpful for me in identifying what feelings are now and what ones are from my wounded inner child that she never had the freedom to express. Learning how to just go with the feeling, to identify it, to actually regress and feel what you should have when the feeling(s) first came up. I have never heard this info at all and it's been twenty years now since we escaped my step dad by having him arrested. No therapist told me anything like this and I wondered why I kept dealing with depression and rage since I wasn't in an abusive situation any longer: I thought being out of it would make it all better. Identifying exactly what happened, the many ways it could have made you feel, facing those realities, feeling them and acknowledging them helps you work through and release them and make your life better. I've taken notes and re-read areas and haven't made it to the end yet I've had so much information to take in, I have read and used many books during these 20 years and just want to say this one is wonderful!!! Please put yourself first and try this thing called regression, feeling the feelings the way you should have been able to in the first place, but had to stuff, deny, or ignore to remain safe. It's time to start feeling alive again! Sending all you beautiful inner children lots of LOVE!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Simply Brilliant 29 avril 2012
Par Peter T. Simonetti - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I don't know that any one type of therapy approach can solve all problems; I believe that each approach serves different needs. Unfortunately, the bulk of current therapeutic practice seems to focus largely on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT does have its place, and I've found that it's even very useful for helping one cope with the deep pain encountered using Ms. Jenson's method. However, I fully believe that Ms. Jenson's method is required if one really wants to fully heal.

As Ms. Jenson indicates, this method is not solely about recovering past memories and transgressions -- it also involves identifying how the parts of your current life are related to, and affected by, the past feelings of hurt. Focus is placed upon distinguishing between issues and feelings that belong to the present, as an adult, vs. those that belong to the past, as a child. It's amazing what truths result from this, about how we project our past fears and obsessions onto our current life -- our jobs, friends, romantic partners, and family members.

The book is very well organized, very clear, and, unlike many therapy books, actually provides ways to actually *do* the therapy. Ms. Jenson indicates that these exercises can be done individually, but also mentions the effectiveness of working this method with another person, such as a therapist.

Most surprising to me is that methods of therapy like this seem to be in disfavor right now, especially in the US. There is surprisingly little literature, either commercial or online, discussing methods of therapy such as this. And most online references to "Regression Therapy" lead you to information about discovering past lives. I think the lack of interest in this method is an injustice, and I think that Ms. Jenson deserves enormous credit for the clear vision presented in her book, and her courage for maintaining her belief in this method despite much skepticism from her own profession.

If you believe that the "ghosts" of your past continue to haunt your present, this book is for you. Even if choose not to follow its method (which is not easy or quick), you will still gain from the understanding of where those ghosts come from, why they're still around, and what present behaviors they may affect.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth the Pain 20 janvier 2011
Par Dolly 55 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Jean Jenson's book is worth every second of emotional pain and grieving it evokes. But don't kid yourself, the healing will be painful. If you are tired of suffering, go for it. I am a 55 year old woman who had suffered with a binge eating disorder for most of my life and had tried all the quick cures for dealing with my abusive past, but this book, along with a talented therapist for support, saved my life.
A few months of intensive pain to reach emotional freedom is what I call "pain with a purpose". So much better than just chronic sadness and depression. For the first time in my life I am hopeful and sometimes even happy, but more importantly, I believe I deserve a peaceful life and have it. My eternal gratitude to Ms. Jenson for writing this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A true valuable book 4 février 2013
Par sara Poggio - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Reclaiming your life by jean Jenson is a serious and deep work. It is useful, it does not promise you miracles. It is not about an easy way to fix your problems. It is about understanding and cutting off prejudice and denial in the narrative of your past. Jenson proposes a methods to identify the origins of some of your childhood feelings in your adult life. She proposes that denial and overreaction interfering in your relationships with mates or coworkers (as examples of all relationships) are originated in traumas experienced during childhood. After identifying your childhood traumas you have to heal them by learning how to look at your problems from a perspective of an adult. In my opinion it is important to use this book while in the process of therapy. It is necessary to discuss the book with someone that knows about the topic even if she/he does not share Jenson's perspective. A very useful tool to work during your therapy guidance.
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