Championing Your Inner Child

Our inner child – or the remaining behaviors from our childhood – can be useful and life-enhancing when we learn to integrate them into our adulthood. For example, getting excited about a special event helps us enjoy it more, having a snowball fight with our children brings us closer to them, or playing a harmless, but mischievous prank amuses us.

On the other hand, if you’re constantly driven to achieve bigger and better things, you are probably doing it at the expense of your inner child. At times, overwriting this need to press on is better for your health and well-being.

What if your inner child tends to have a really negative effect on you?

Read the full article here: Championing Your Inner Child