The Ego Project

Parental Wounding

February 16, 2023 Cristine Seidell and Lisa Heidle Season 2 Episode 4
The Ego Project
Parental Wounding
Show Notes

In this episode of The Ego Project, Cristine Seidell and Lisa Heidle delve deep into Parental Wounding. Parental Wounding impacts many aspects of our lives, including attachment styles, co-dependency, poor boundaries, and self-efficacy.

Topics Cristine and Lisa explore:

-What is Parental Wounding?
-Birth to age 6 imprinting that can lead to childhood wounding
-How Parental Wounding appears in adulthood
-Attachment issues that arise due to Parental Wounding
-Masculine and Feminine energy dysregulation due to Parental Wounding
-How we can heal Parental Wounds with or without our parents participation
-How parents can avoid "Parental Fragility"

*The Ego Project encourages our viewers to enjoy our Season 2 Premier with MJ from Soulful Revolution on Spirituality

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About The Ego Project:

The Ego Project, hosted by Cristine Seidell and Lisa Heidle, explores how the ego informs and impacts our relationship with self and others.

-Cristine Seidell is a Therapist and the Academy Director of Rise Therapy Center in Roswell, Georgia.
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-Lisa Heidle is an author, creativity workshop leader, and entrepreneur currently living in the Pacific Northwest.
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