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Running on Empty

Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect

Jonice Webb

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A large segment of the population struggles with feelings of being detached from themselves and their loved ones. They feel flawed, and blame themselves. Running on Empty will help them realize that they're suffering not because of something that happened to them in childhood, but because of something that didn't happen. It's the white space in their family picture, the background rather than the foreground. This will be the first self-help book to bring this invisible force to light, educate people about it, and teach them how to overcome it.



Jonice Webb has a PhD in clinical psychology, and has been licensed to practice since 1991. She has a strong background in research, psychological testing and psychotherapy. Webb has been the Director of three large outpatient clinics over the course of her career. She currently has a private psychotherapy practice in Lexington, MA, where she specializes in the treatment of couples and adolescents. Webb currently resides in the Boston area with her husband and two children.


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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 250
Erscheinungsdatum 01.10.2012
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-61448-242-0
Verlag KNV Besorgung
Maße (L/B/H) 23.3/15.1/1.7 cm
Gewicht 387 g
Verkaufsrang 15767

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  • Preface Acknowledgements Introduction Emotional Neglect Questionnaire Part I: Running on Empty Chapter 1: Why Wasn't the Tank Filled? The Ordinary Healthy Parent in Action Chapter 2: Twelve Ways to End Up Empty Type 1: The Narcissistic Parent Type 2: The Authoritarian Parent Type 3: The Permissive Parent Type 4: The Bereaved Parent: Divorced or Widowed Type 5: The Addicted Parent Type 6: The Depressed Parent Type 7: The Workaholic Parent Type 8: The Parent with a Special Needs Family Member Type 9: The Achievement/Perfection Focused Parent Type 10:The Sociopathic Parent Type 11:Child as Parent Type 12:The Well-Meaning-but-Neglected-Themselves Parent Part II: Out of Fuel Chapter 3: The Neglected Child, All Grown Up 1. Feelings of Emptiness 2. Counter-Dependence 3. Unrealistic Self-Appraisal 4. No Compassion for Self, Plenty for Others 5. Guilt and Shame: What is Wrong With Me? 6. Self-Directed Anger, Self-Blame 7. The Fatal Flaw (If People Really Know Me They Won't Like Me) 8. Difficulty Nurturing Self and Others 9. Poor Self-Discipline 10. Alexithymia Chapter 4: Cognitive Secrets: The Special Problem of Suicidal Feelings Part III: Filling the Tank Chapter 5: How Change Happens Factors That Get in the Way of Successful Change Chapter 6: Why Feelings Matter and What to Do with Them 1. Understanding the Purpose and Value of Your Emotions 2. Identifying and Naming Your Feelings 3. Learning to Self-Monitor Your Feelings 4. Accepting and Trusting Your Own Feelings 5. Learning to Express Your Feelings Effectively 6. Recognizing, Understanding and Valuing Emotions in Relationships Chapter 7: Self-Care Self-Care Part 1. Learning to Nurture Yourself Self-Care Part 2. Improving Self-Discipline Self-Care Part 3. Self-Soothing Self-Care Part 4. Having Compassion for Yourself Chapter 8: Ending the Cycle: Giving Your Child What You Never Got 1. Your Parental Guilt 2. The Changes You Have Made So Far 3. Identify Your Own Specific Parenting Challenges Chapter 9: For the Therapist Research Identification of Emotional Neglect Treatment Summary for the Therapist Conclusion Resources for Recovery References