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Every adult I have ever worked with has identified a broken, hurt or disillusioned child memory within; ?The Children in my Chair.? Susie had an intense phobia, Lucy was a compulsive over eater, Valerie believed women are subservient and had no voice, Noreen grew up with a lack mentality and was always broke, Erin never felt good enough, Julie believed she was unlovable, Doug was angry all the time and Katie distrusted her feelings and hide them inside. How did this happen?

We are living in a world full of people living with shame, guilt, self blame, unhappiness, unworthiness, fear and obligation that was originally `put upon them'  unconsciously by their mentors and role models in early life.

 How we, as innocent children, learn about and what we come to believe about ourselves and about life are the teachings of this book.  We've been conditioned! Conditioning begins with words we hear, think and speak.

This book is a simple call to presence for all because everyone was once a child themselves.  Take this opportunity to; recognize your own conditioning; break the chains of the past; learn what it is to be present; and learn how to consciously use words that empower, inspire, support and encourage both yourself and the children in your life now. 

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