Thank you for the great tips!
I awaken my inner child by doing things that I used to LOVE to do. When i was younger, I used to have a fake cooking company with my brother. Recently i have started cooking and experimenting with different foods and recipes in the kitchen and it has brought me a lot of happiness!
Music! Everything from when I was very young to a teenager. And getting down on the ground to play with my children. Just the change of perspective can do amazing things for your attitude. I'm the only crazy parent that actually climbs on the playground with them.
Great to read an artilce on the positive and fruitful side of awakening and working with one's inner child. Very encouraging and well done.
I enjoy reading again the favourite stories of my childhood and then looking with wonderment how these stories helped to create the values and passions of my life.
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Carolyn Rubenstein is the author of Perseverance, a Clinical Psychology Ph.D. student at Harvard, and the Founder/President of a non-profit organization for young adult cancer survivors.
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