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Publisher's Summary

Since the publication of Running on Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect, many thousands of people have learned that invisible Childhood Emotional Neglect, or CEN, has been weighing on them their entire lives, and are now in the process of recovery. Running on Empty No More: Transform Your Relationships will offer even more solutions for the effects of CEN on people's lives: how to talk about CEN, and heal it, in relationships with partners, parents, and children.

©2018 Jonice Webb, PhD (P)2018 Tantor

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Knowledge is power

I’ve been miserable and stuck feeling defective my entire 38 years of life and to actually know *why* has been life changing. If I didn’t find these books, my life would continue to be meaningless and I’d never stop being depressed. This book and her other one are SO important. I recommend a trauma therapist if you’ve never had anyone sane validate you. But there is hope if you want to actually live for yourself finally. I just really still can’t believe the mark CEN leaves on a person..damn.

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Running on Empty No More is empathetic and has practical, identifiable examples of how to talk to yourself, your spouse and children to repair relationships and foster meaningful, authentic relationships with loved ones.

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This is mostly just a parenting book. I was looking for a way to help my marriage.

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This book helped me understand my CEN Childhood Emotional Neglection and begin the healing process. Emotions that are not transformed are transferred. I want to pass my child a better foundation of BOUNDARIES and understanding or EQ or Emotional Intelligence so we can become a better family and her future is brighter. This book is a must read.

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After reading Dr. Jonice Webb’s, “Running On Empty” it was necessary for me to continue my healing with the skills I learned in, “Running On Empty No More.” Important and deeply necessary, without Dr. Webb, I would still be hurting. God bless her amazing insightfulness to help others after seeing patterns in her sessions to coin and write on, “CEN,” “Childhood Emotional Neglect.” I hope to thank her in person some day, maybe at a book signing.

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Excellent Opportunity For Change

This book tops the previous book. Taking into account that I have read some of the best resources in regards to overcoming a traumatic childhood and life including material by Pete Gerlach and cnvc, this book presents methods and conversations in a practical and empathetic way to begin the road to healing. It also ties those resources together and also completes the picture...of a family. I now have the distinct ability to recognize and organize the massive amount of parts of what is seemingly so simple and undetectable even in a family with no CEN. I would previously just say “well that family doesn’t do that; that is, yell at, berate or physically abuse their children”. I’d say that and not know what it was they did do. This book completes that picture. I look to heal my 25 year relationship with my borderline husband keeping watch on my own words & behavior when he falls short of accessing his feeling words and turns to thought words and conclusive false perceptions instead. I would say this book is the definitive place to start.

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It did not speak to my issues. In addition, the narrator has an annoying voice that literally sounds like Siri.

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By the time I finished this book I was in tears.

This book truly allows you to see your childhood in a different light and how it reflects in all of your relationships. Whether or not you have children does not matter, you still learn so much from it. The emotional realization you gain is something you cannot replace. Credit to the author for the first book and this great follow up. She explains everything in a way that’s easy to understand for everyone with great examples to paint a vivid picture in your mind. Be prepared to take a trip down both good and bad memories of your life, but in the end find a path to healing all of the wounds you may or may not know you had. Completely worth it!

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Countless awkward edits where the flow was completely interrupted, multiple in-sentence corrections, constantly fluctuating white noise levels.

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Explains unseen mental health issues.

This book has helped me to understand and change issues/personality traits that have always puzzled me, plagued me. My parents couldn't teach me things they didn't know e.g. forgivness and more subtle skills. Now I can identify these skills and teach them to myself. The solutions are simple, take hard work and are effective. Both of her books are excellent.

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good book, important message. but...

I would recomend the book, but the message is quite deep. This book is better read not listended to. So i would recomend you to buy it and read it, underline it, take notes.

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wonderful resource for sufferers of CEN.

If you are suffering from CEN this is a must read. written and narrated by Jonice Webb the therapist that coined the term. Best of luck with your recovery!

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