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Our lost self is formed early in childhood— largely as a result of our caretakers’ well-intentioned efforts to teach us to get along.
As a child grows out of infancy, new needs emerge, and each new need defines a potential area of wounding.
When our partners are hostile or merely unhelpful, a silent alarm is triggered deep in our brains that fills us with the fear of death.
An infant believes that getting the outside world to respond instantly to its needs is truly a matter of life and death.