Anger Related to Pre-Conception, Conception, and the Pre- and Perinatal Period

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Publication Date: 
01/2006
Page Count: 
17
Starting Page: 
57
Price: $10.00
Abstract: 

Searching for the possible roots of anger, the author, from extensive experiential, clinical work with clients looks at the pre-conception imprinting that colours not only the birth, but also the life scripts and personality of humans, in order to find healing from violent, angry, raging negative imprinting.

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