It’s tougher to notice when we’re depriving our kids of the things our parents neglected to provide. Jonice Webb’s “Running On Empty” can help. Written by Jonice Webb PhD, Christine Musello PsyD, Audiobook narrated by Karen White. Sign-in to download and listen to this audiobook today! First time. I had an opportunity to interview Jonice Webb, a psychologist with expertise in Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN), whose new book, Running.
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Since the publication of Running on Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglectmany thousands of people have learned that invisible Childhood Emotional Neglect, or CEN, has been weighing on them their entire lives, and are now in the process of recovery.
Running on Empty No More: Transform Your Relationships will offer even more solutions for the effects of CEN on people’s lives: In this breakthrough book, clinical psychologist Lindsay Gibson exposes the destructive nature of parents who are emotionally immature or unavailable. You will see how these parents create a sense of neglect and discover ways to heal from the pain and confusion caused by your childhood. By freeing yourself from your parents’ emotional immaturity, you can recover your true nature, control how you react to them, and avoid disappointment.
Finally, you’ll learn how to create positive new relationships so you can build a better life. Was your mother preoccupied, distant, or even demeaning? Have you struggled with relationships – or with your own self-worth? Often, the grown children of emotionally absent mothers can’t quite put a finger on what’s missing from their lives. The children of abusive mothers, by contrast, may recognize the abuse – but overlook its lasting, harmful effects.
Psychotherapist Jasmin Lee Cori has helped thousands of men and women runnibg the hidden wounds jnice by every kind of undermothering. It is estimated that as many as 34 million people grew up in alcoholic homes. But what about the rest of us?
Running on Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect
What about families that had no alcoholism, but did have perfectionism, workaholism, compulsive overeating, intimacy problems, depression, problems in expressing feelings, plus all the other personality traits that can produce a family system much like an alcoholic one? Countless millions of us struggle with these kinds of dysfunctions every day, and until very recently we struggled alone.
The Inconsequential Child is an intimate memoir of one man’s journey toward overcoming childhood emotional neglect through mindfulness and Jungian analysis. The book is written in the form of a letter where each chapter conveys one of the lessons the author has learned during his journey toward emotional well-being, love, and hope.
The book centers around a series of memories that were the basis of the author’s personal psychoanalysis.
In this remarkable self-help guide, Jobice. Susan Forward draws on case histories and the real-life voices of adult children of toxic parents to help you free yourself from the frustrating patterns of your relationship with your parentsand discover a new world of self-confidence, inner strength, and emotional independence.
Writer Peg Streep lays out seven distinct but interconnected stages on the path to reclaim your life from the effects of a toxic childhood: Each step is rinning explained and richly detailed with the stories of other women.
With approaches drawn from psychology and other disciplines and with unique exercises, the book will help the listener tackle her own self-doubt and become consciously aware of how her mother’s treatment continues to shape her behavior. Sara suffered a debilitating fear of asserting herself.
Spencer experienced crippling social anxiety. Bonnie was shut down, disconnected from her feelings. These patients all came to psychotherapist Hilary Jacobs Hendel seeking treatment for depression, but in fact none of them were chemically depressed. Jacobs Hendel led these patients epmty others toward lives newly capable of joy and fulfillment through an empathic and effective therapeutic approach that draws on the latest science about the healing power of our emotions.
In this compelling book, the authors present an innovative therapeutic model for understanding and treating adults from emotionally abusive or neglectful families – families the authors call narcissistic. Narcissistic families have a parental system that is, for whatever reason job stress, alcoholism, rumning abuse, mental illness, physical disability, lack of parenting skills, self-centered immaturityprimarily involved in getting its own needs met.
The children in such narcissistic family systems try to earn love. With Mothers Who Can’t Love: If you were involved in a pathological relationship – or you want to prevent it from joonice in the first place – this book is for you. It gets to the heart of the matter of personal boundaries. Identifying emtpy setting clear boundaries is vital for survivors and for anyone who wants to become more confident, improve relationships, and prevent victimization.
When you create boundaries you take a stand for yourself and your life, and you communicate your worth to others webbb a real and practical way.
This concise and powerful book is filled with practical wisdom and useful tips. In ProdependenceWeiss presents a research-based social and psychological understanding of human interdependence, accepting and even celebrating human interdependency in ways that are healthy and life-affirming for each person.
Within every community, toxic people can be found hiding in families, rynning, companies, and places of worship. The cryptic nature of psychological abuse involves repetitious mind games played by one individual or a group of people. Psychological abuse leaves no bruises. There are no broken bones. There are no holes in the walls. The bruises, brokenness, and holes are held tightly within the target of the abuse.
He shows how these areas can be reactivated through innovative treatments including neuro feedback, mindfulness techniques, play, yoga, and other therapies.
Do you wake up dreading the day? Do you feel discouraged with what you’ve accomplished in life? Do you want greater self-esteem, productivity, and joy in daily living? If so, you will benefit from this revolutionary way of brightening your moods without drugs or lengthy jonkce. All you need is your own common sense and the easy-to-follow methods revealed in this book by one of the country’s foremost authorities on mood and personal relationship problems. In it, he shows how unhealthy toxic shame, often learned young and maintained into adulthood, is the core component in our compulsions, co-dependencies, addictions and drive to superachieve.
Are you in an abusive or unhappy relationship? Do you try too hard to please your friends at the expense of your own needs and wants? Are you subservient to others and do you find yourself unable to become independent? Do you suffer from negative self-talk? These are all signs that your self-care regimen eebb deficient in some way. The Smart Girl’s Guide to Self-Care tackles the common problems of effective self-care with practical suggestions for practices that will create a sustainable, lifelong self-care routine.
Book Review: Running On Empty No More
Self-healing through self-parenting, a concept introduced a generation ago, has helped thousands of adult children of alcoholics who are codependent and have conflicts in their primary relationships. Do you sometimes feel as if you’re just going through the motions in life? Are you good at looking and acting as if you’re fine, but secretly feel lonely and disconnected?
If so, you are emptj alone. The world is full of people who have an innate sense that something is wrong with them – who feel they live on the outside looking in, but have no explanation for this feeling and no way to put it into words.
If you are one of these people, you may fear that you are not connected enough jonicce your spouse, or that you don’t feel pleasure rinning love as profoundly as others do. You may drink too much, or eat too much, or risk too much, in an attempt to feel something good. Running on Empty will give you clear strategies for how to jlnice, and offers a special chapter for mental-health professionals.
In the world of human suffering, this book is an emotional smart bomb meant to eradicate the effects of an invisible enemy.
I loved the content and it’s great for therapist use. It was difficult to listen to this narrator. It was similar to listening to Siri trying to narrate a book which is the reason I left off one star overall. Webb described my symptoms perfectly.
And also my childhood perfectly. Like the white space in a painting, it’s not what happened, but rather what didn’t happen. Having this knowledge will help me to create and plan treatment. Really good book for those of us who are trying emptyy deal with our childhood issues, and it’s always very validating and strengthening to understand better the conditions and causes of unmet needs, but there’s not a whole lot of follow up to that.
No real way forward into making yourself full again, to retrain, or re-parent yourself into joniice abundant life. I listened to this book twice. And will listen to it again.
A lot of insight as to why as adults we feel so empry, scared, lost and lonely. Even though we have children, a husband and friends. We were runnlng neglected at such a critical time.
Running on Empty (Audiobook) by Jonice Webb PhD, Christine Musello PsyD |
I cry uncontrollably almost every day. I’m 48 years old and just now able to start breaking through to the real pain. But through therapy and books like this one I am beginning to put qebb painful pieces together. I would highly recommend this book. This book did not deliver as promised.
More information should have been given on recovery. To much information was given about the problem.
I know the problem that is why I purchased the book. I was seeking ways to overcome the issues caused not read a bunch of case studies about the issue.
How did the narrator detract from the book? The voice of the narrator only made it worst. What reaction did this book spark in you? But not because of what was written. I was disappointed by the promise of help that was not delivered. When I purchased this book I was looking for direction on how to handle the fallout of emotional neglect. In stead this book seems to be geared toward people who away looking for affirmation of their neglect. As previously stated, I am aware of the issue, which is why I purchased the book.