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SYMPTOMS + PERPETUATING BEHAVIORS

Do you recognize these symptoms or behaviors that perpetuate the wound?

🌀  Extremely high expectations of self/others to be good, perfect, altruistic at all times.

🌀  Vacillate between extreme perfectionism and extreme rebellion/non-conformity.

🌀  Take on others’ poor behavior as my own fault, enabling them to avoid personal responsibility and accountability.

🌀  Act as heroic martyr who fixes problems (real or imaginary) in order to feel good about self and establish self-worth.

🌀  Suffer from all or nothing thinking, with little room for infractions by self / others.

🌀  Prone to comparing worst of self to best of others, thus reducing own worth.

🌀  Vacillate between victim “everything is my fault” and blame “everything is your fault”.

  

 

 

Are you spinning in busyness, drowning in overwhelm or stuck in isolation?
Then one of your inner wounded children may be running the show. Identify your top 3 Wounded Child Archetypes to reclaim your peace, time and freedom.

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WOUNDED CHILD archetypeS TEST 

 

 

False Identities to Release

🗝 I am bad

🗝 I am wrong

🗝 I am a mistake

 

Maturation + Integration Practices

If you do recognize yourself in these archetypes, here are some practices to maturate and integrate that wounded child.

🌹 Work smarter, not harder. Choose depth over speed. Pull back to launch forward.

🌹 Give self permission / time / space to dream big again from the depths of childhood innocence.

🌹 Only enter relationships that feel mutually supportive of each other’s fulfillment and success.

 

 

Are you spinning in busyness, drowning in overwhelm or stuck in isolation?
Then one of your inner wounded children may be running the show. Identify your top 3 Wounded Child Archetypes to reclaim your peace, time and freedom.

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WOUNDED CHILD archetypeS TEST 

 

 

Viewed through sacred lenses, my wounds become my greatest gift.
– ELLANY LEA

The Abandoned Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Burden Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Deprived Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Disposable Child • Wounded Child Archetypes
The Failure Child • Wounded Child Archetypes
The Freak Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Insufficient Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Invisible Child • Wounded Child Archetypes
The Mistake Child • Wounded Child Archetypes
The Powerless Child • Wounded Child Archetypes
The "Too Much" Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Unsafe Child • Wounded Child Archetypes

With infinite grace,

xo, Ella

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Ellany LeaAUTHOR • When Ellany said yes to freedompreneurship, she had no idea it'd turn into a spiritual quest of reclaiming the 1,000 pieces of her soul.