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➹ [Read] ➵ Report an issue By Janyne McConnaughey PhD ➼ – G-couture.co.uk The author interweaves parts of her own dissociative personality story and her expertise in child development with beloved literary characters to demonstrate how she worked to re frame the unhealthy mThe author interweaves parts of her own dissociative personality story and her expertise in child development with beloved literary characters to demonstrate how she worked to re frame the unhealthy messages she internalized as a child This healing process cleared a path to behavioral change forgiveness growing faith and the rediscovery of simple joys The unfolding relationship between the author and her child self Jeannie illustrates the dedication trials and triumphs inherent in developing an attachment relationship that is necessary for full healingTABLE OF CONTENTSIntroductionPART I MY CHILD SELVES GO TO THERAPY1 Jeannie and God Make a Plan2 Jumping Down a Rabbit Hole3 Gathering in the Kitchen4 Table Conversations5 After Dinner Therapy6 Campfire ReflectionsPART II WHAT MY CHILD SELVES LEARNED7 Attachment and the 'Mother'8 Trauma Needs a 'Mother'9 When Survival Looks Like Resilience10 The Life Every Child Deserves11 A Tangle of Feelings and Emotions12 Of Lies and Forgetting13 The Pervasiveness of Shame14 How Secrets Silence Children15 Becoming My Own 'Mother' 139 PART III HOW MY CHILD SELVES HEALED16 Healing and Cookies in the Kitchen17 Healing through Live Storytelling18 Healing through Literature19 Healing through Play20 Healing by Reframing21 Healing to Forgive22 Epilogue A BRAVE TributeAddendum I Synopsis of BRAVEAddendum II Foreword to BRAVEAddendum III ACE StudyAddendum IV AdoptionFoster CareAddendum V The Story of the BoxesEDITORIAL REVIEWS'I strongly recommend this book to educators who wish to understand their students who may be dissociating in class'Dr MELISSA SADIN Attachment and Trauma Network'Janyne generously and openly brings the reader into her process of healing from her childhood trauma If you want a real time glimpse into the minds and hearts of children who are living their truths of coping with maternal neglectif you want a deeper understanding of childhood trauma and healingread this book' LIZ HUNTER MFT'With creativity and honesty Janyne McConnaughey goes deep Using a narrative approach to explore pain trauma and healing Janyne carries her readers along with insightful prose This is a great followup to Brave' THOMAS JAY OORD author of God Can't How to Believe in God and Love after Tragedy Abuse and Other Evils'Janyne McConnaughey continues writing her way into our hearts with this playful and imaginative labor of love Insightful and hope filled A fantastical weaving of story instruction and resilience' LON MARSHALL MFT'In this clever follow up to Brave Janyne interweaves the story of her childhood selves with that of Alice and her trip to Wonderland This heart wrenching harrowing hopeful story has changed the way I approach ministry It is a must read for those who hope to minister effectively to the many in their congregations who have experienced childhood trauma' SUSAN ARMSTRONG DM pastor of care and discipleship'A masterful journey into a human psyche deeply affected by the dragon of trauma A candid and gifted storytelling and fascinating integration of the latest findings in trauma research attachment theory self compassion and forgiveness Janyne's reflections on God in the aftermath of trauma is paradigm shifting and invaluable This book is not only for those affected by trauma but also for therapists desiring to understand their heroic clientsdeeply and walk alongside themeffectively' MARK KARRIS author of Season of Heartbreak Healing for the Heart Brain and Soul'A masterpiece cohesive and expertly crafted As an educator I believe this book will enable anyone who works with children to see the unseen to better recognize and touch with grace the heart of a silent sufferer' SUSAN ELAINE JENKINS author of SCANDALON.

The author interweaves parts of her own dissociative personality story and her expertise in child development with beloved literary characters to demonstrate how she worked to re frame the unhealthy messages she internalized as a child This healing process cleared a path to behavioral change forgiveness growing faith and the rediscovery of simple joys The unfolding relationship between the author and her child self Jeannie illustrates the dedication trials and triumphs inherent in developing an attachment relationship that is necessary for full healingTABLE OF CONTENTSIntroductionPART I MY CHILD SELVES GO TO THERAPY1 Jeannie and God Make a Plan2 Jumping Down a Rabbit Hole3 Gathering in the Kitchen4 Table Conversations5 After Dinner Therapy6 Campfire ReflectionsPART II WHAT MY CHILD SELVES LEARNED7 Attachment and the 'Mother'8 Trauma Needs a 'Mother'9 When Survival Looks Like Resilience10 The Life Every Child Deserves11 A Tangle of Feelings and Emotions12 Of Lies and Forgetting13 The Pervasiveness of Shame14 How Secrets Silence Children15 Becoming My Own 'Mother' 139 PART III HOW MY CHILD SELVES HEALED16 Healing and Cookies in the Kitchen17 Healing through Live Storytelling18 Healing through Literature19 Healing through Play20 Healing by Reframing21 Healing to Forgive22 Epilogue A BRAVE TributeAddendum I Synopsis of BRAVEAddendum II Foreword to BRAVEAddendum III ACE StudyAddendum IV AdoptionFoster CareAddendum V The Story of the BoxesEDITORIAL REVIEWS'I strongly recommend this book to educators who wish to understand their students who may be dissociating in class'Dr MELISSA SADIN Attachment and Trauma Network'Janyne generously and openly brings the reader into her process of healing from her childhood trauma If you want a real time glimpse into the minds and hearts of children who are living their truths of coping with maternal neglectif you want a deeper understanding of childhood trauma and healingread this book' LIZ HUNTER MFT'With creativity and honesty Janyne McConnaughey goes deep Using a narrative approach to explore pain trauma and healing Janyne carries her readers along with insightful prose This is a great followup to Brave' THOMAS JAY OORD author of God Can't How to Believe in God and Love after Tragedy Abuse and Other Evils'Janyne McConnaughey continues writing her way into our hearts with this playful and imaginative labor of love Insightful and hope filled A fantastical weaving of story instruction and resilience' LON MARSHALL MFT'In this clever follow up to Brave Janyne interweaves the story of her childhood selves with that of Alice and her trip to Wonderland This heart wrenching harrowing hopeful story has changed the way I approach ministry It is a must read for those who hope to minister effectively to the many in their congregations who have experienced childhood trauma' SUSAN ARMSTRONG DM pastor of care and discipleship'A masterful journey into a human psyche deeply affected by the dragon of trauma A candid and gifted storytelling and fascinating integration of the latest findings in trauma research attachment theory self compassion and forgiveness Janyne's reflections on God in the aftermath of trauma is paradigm shifting and invaluable This book is not only for those affected by trauma but also for therapists desiring to understand their heroic clientsdeeply and walk alongside themeffectively' MARK KARRIS author of Season of Heartbreak Healing for the Heart Brain and Soul'A masterpiece cohesive and expertly crafted As an educator I believe this book will enable anyone who works with children to see the unseen to better recognize and touch with grace the heart of a silent sufferer' SUSAN ELAINE JENKINS author of SCANDALON.

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report epub issue pdf Report an free Report an issue PDF/EPUBThe author interweaves parts of her own dissociative personality story and her expertise in child development with beloved literary characters to demonstrate how she worked to re frame the unhealthy messages she internalized as a child This healing process cleared a path to behavioral change forgiveness growing faith and the rediscovery of simple joys The unfolding relationship between the author and her child self Jeannie illustrates the dedication trials and triumphs inherent in developing an attachment relationship that is necessary for full healingTABLE OF CONTENTSIntroductionPART I MY CHILD SELVES GO TO THERAPY1 Jeannie and God Make a Plan2 Jumping Down a Rabbit Hole3 Gathering in the Kitchen4 Table Conversations5 After Dinner Therapy6 Campfire ReflectionsPART II WHAT MY CHILD SELVES LEARNED7 Attachment and the 'Mother'8 Trauma Needs a 'Mother'9 When Survival Looks Like Resilience10 The Life Every Child Deserves11 A Tangle of Feelings and Emotions12 Of Lies and Forgetting13 The Pervasiveness of Shame14 How Secrets Silence Children15 Becoming My Own 'Mother' 139 PART III HOW MY CHILD SELVES HEALED16 Healing and Cookies in the Kitchen17 Healing through Live Storytelling18 Healing through Literature19 Healing through Play20 Healing by Reframing21 Healing to Forgive22 Epilogue A BRAVE TributeAddendum I Synopsis of BRAVEAddendum II Foreword to BRAVEAddendum III ACE StudyAddendum IV AdoptionFoster CareAddendum V The Story of the BoxesEDITORIAL REVIEWS'I strongly recommend this book to educators who wish to understand their students who may be dissociating in class'Dr MELISSA SADIN Attachment and Trauma Network'Janyne generously and openly brings the reader into her process of healing from her childhood trauma If you want a real time glimpse into the minds and hearts of children who are living their truths of coping with maternal neglectif you want a deeper understanding of childhood trauma and healingread this book' LIZ HUNTER MFT'With creativity and honesty Janyne McConnaughey goes deep Using a narrative approach to explore pain trauma and healing Janyne carries her readers along with insightful prose This is a great followup to Brave' THOMAS JAY OORD author of God Can't How to Believe in God and Love after Tragedy Abuse and Other Evils'Janyne McConnaughey continues writing her way into our hearts with this playful and imaginative labor of love Insightful and hope filled A fantastical weaving of story instruction and resilience' LON MARSHALL MFT'In this clever follow up to Brave Janyne interweaves the story of her childhood selves with that of Alice and her trip to Wonderland This heart wrenching harrowing hopeful story has changed the way I approach ministry It is a must read for those who hope to minister effectively to the many in their congregations who have experienced childhood trauma' SUSAN ARMSTRONG DM pastor of care and discipleship'A masterful journey into a human psyche deeply affected by the dragon of trauma A candid and gifted storytelling and fascinating integration of the latest findings in trauma research attachment theory self compassion and forgiveness Janyne's reflections on God in the aftermath of trauma is paradigm shifting and invaluable This book is not only for those affected by trauma but also for therapists desiring to understand their heroic clientsdeeply and walk alongside themeffectively' MARK KARRIS author of Season of Heartbreak Healing for the Heart Brain and Soul'A masterpiece cohesive and expertly crafted As an educator I believe this book will enable anyone who works with children to see the unseen to better recognize and touch with grace the heart of a silent sufferer' SUSAN ELAINE JENKINS author of SCANDALON.

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