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From Dr. Jonice Webb, author of “Running On Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect” I personally would not attempt it without a therapist. I think it’s a little expensive but if you can afford it, try it if you think it will help.
In the following video, Dr. Jonice Webb talks about whether or not you can recover from Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN) on your own, without a therapist. I believe that, if you are an emotionally sensitive person and suffering from CEN, it’s probably preferable to work with a therapist. One who specializes in DBT would be best.
What do you think after watching this video? Have you watched the other two in this series? Please comment below. Thank you,