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Healing and Integration of Parentification

Healing and Integration of Parentification

There are many to recovery for a young adult or adult who has been parentified as a child:

  • Tell your story! Acknowledgment of reality is the first step to healing. You are accepting not the injustice, but the truth of your story.
  • Challenging yourself to connect with others authentically would also be one of the most potent ways to heal. The thoughts, feelings, impressions, and emotions buried within are waiting to be heard.
  • Self-compassion is an essential ingredient to your process.

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