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Table Of Contents

Sacrificial Mentality
The Need-Fear Cycle
Running from What We Want
Fear and Doubt
Vulnerability and Trust
The Collective Story about Emotions
Wolf Callers
Mistletoe People
Using Women’s Biology against Them
The Idealised Partner
Conditioning
Innate Emotional Responses
Shame
Traumatic Shame
A Failed Protection System
A Sense of Lack
Denying Others
Individuation Process
Insecurity Pattern
The Cyclic Pattern of Self-sabotage
The Path to Humility
Anger
Violation, Apologies, and Excuses
Love, Needs, and Niceness
The Snowball Effect
Wholeness through Parenthood
Insufficiency Mentality
Emotional Development
Micro-Macro Theory
Acknowledgements
About the Author
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Making Sense of the Insensible

Making Sense of the Insensible

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Published by Balboa Press

Have you read every self-development book on the market? Are you looking for a book to talk to you about the reality of the ups and downs of life?

Leonie Blackwell explores ten injustices that can occur in our childhood, our adulthood or throughout our lives as recurring themes. They are often the events we spend a lifetime trying to make sense of.

The lessons of injustice come to us in three ways—how we treat others, how others treat us and how we treat ourselves. Regardless of the source of the experience, the goal is to embark on the journey of transformation and empowerment.

“The injustices serve as a terrific checklist for those who have done much inner work and may need to tweak here and there or as beautiful stepping stones to line up as you commence your journey of deep reflection. Either way they allow us to see ourselves less as victims and more as students of life with lessons we haven’t learnt yet.”

—Allison Ross, workshop participant

Have you read every self-development book on the market? Are you looking for a book to talk to you about the reality of the ups and downs of life?

Leonie Blackwell explores ten injustices that can occur in our childhood, our adulthood or throughout our lives as recurring themes. They are often the events we spend a lifetime trying to make sense of.

The lessons of injustice come to us in three ways—how we treat others, how others treat us and how we treat ourselves. Regardless of the source of the experience, the goal is to embark on the journey of transformation and empowerment.

“The injustices serve as a terrific checklist for those who have done much inner work and may need to tweak here and there or as beautiful stepping stones to line up as you commence your journey of deep reflection. Either way they allow us to see ourselves less as victims and more as students of life with lessons we haven’t learnt yet.”

—Allison Ross, workshop participant

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