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Dr Meyer

If you look back on your most painful inner conflicts from childhood, you can learn about what was really important to you as a child. Our internal conflicts often get framed one way by our young mind, but when we are older we can see them differently with the distance of time and the knowledge that we have accrued about ourselves.


Interesting to think of "inner conflict" as offering helpful information...rather than simply being something to ignore at all costs! Thank you for this!


I love this post Dr. Meyer!
Thanks a lot for it.
Elsa :)

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  • Dr. Meyer has worked in private practice in West Los Angeles for over 25 years, and is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at UCLA. She earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from UCLA and her B.A. from Oberlin College.

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