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Emotional Cut Off's and False Individuality


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Why are emotional cut offs within a family so problematic? How do they affect our functioning with our family and other relationships? Jerry Wise and Yitz Goldberg explore these dynamics with personal stories and Bowen/Friedman/Titelman theory. Jerry Wise, life and relationship coach, and Yitz Goldberg, social worker and relationship coach, discuss the importance of understanding emotional cut offs and false individuality.

 

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