- A persons “parent” state of mind is dominated by attitudes, feelings and actions we learned from our authority figures during our early childhood.
- Our “child” state of mind is made up of the emotional freedom we experience as children.
- We tend to between these states of mind in response to situations we find our self in.
“Building a strong “Adult” state begins with becoming self-aware of the “child” and “parent” states of mind”
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