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helpful and effective to improve a range of symptoms, including interpersonal problems and personality changes. It is a process whereby a person is guided to understand how unmet needs from childhood relate to present day difficulties. This insight helps to better set expectations from current people in your life.

Again, make some time to complete the second worksheet. Talk yourself through your memories of feeling vulnerable in the past. Is there anything that you want to say to the adults in your life then? Is there anything that you may have overlooked? What do you need or expect from people who are now in your life? Do you think it is reasonable? Can you find it in other, less demanding or more satisfying ways? Answer the questions to the best of your ability.

Download and print worksheet of limited reparenting here: Limited Reparenting of the Vulnerable Child

You should now have a much better understanding of your inner vulnerable child and how to manage him/her. In the next session, we explore the Angry Child Mode.