You Can Recover from CEN 
and Become the Connected, Fulfilled Person 
You Were Meant to Be.
Fuel Up For Life is designed to help you reconnect with your feelings 
and use them to make good decisions in life.


Recovering From Childhood Emotional Neglect
Hi, I'm Dr. Jonice Webb,

I’ve been a licensed psychologist for over 20 years. And I’d like to talk with you about a very important pattern that I’ve seen among my patients. 

It’s a pattern of symptoms which occur together in many, many people. 

Do you feel like you are alone in the world? That nobody is really there for you? Maybe you are really independent and you pride yourself on that, but deep down, you are afraid of depending on anyone because it might make you look or feel weak?

Do you sometimes wonder why you’re not happier? 

Do you look around you, and see other people who seem to have some secret ingredient in life that you lack? 

Do you sometimes feel empty, alone, or unfulfilled deep down? Like you have this barrier between you and everyone else and you are always on the outside looking in?

I have found this pattern of struggles in person after person, both inside and outside of my office. It’s a pattern that no one talks about. In fact, it’s so invisible that there’s no universal term to name it or describe it.

I gave the pattern a name. 

I named it after its cause: Childhood Emotional Neglect

And I want to help you become aware of what it actually is.
Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN):
A parent's failure to respond enough to the child's emotional needs.
Even the best and most loving parents can fail their children in this way. Many are simply raising their children the way they were raised themselves, unaware that they are failing to provide a crucial ingredient to their growing child. This is part of what makes CEN so invisible.

But the message that you get as a child is: Your Feelings Don't Matter.

And since our emotions are the most deeply personal, biological part of who we are, we hear this message as, You don’t matter.” 

So, you adapt to keep your parents happy, and you push your feelings down and away, so that they won’t bother anyone.

That strategy works well for you as a child, but as an adult, you start to notice that you feel numb or empty. You have a hard time relating to other people and expressing yourself. You may have difficulty knowing what you want or what you need or what you feel. You may even feel ashamed for having feelings and needs, and get angry at your own mistakes, or for simply being human.

It’s hard to put it into words, but deep down, you don’t quite feel like a fully valid person who stands on equal footing with everyone else.
How do you know if you have CEN?
  • You take pride on not relying on others and have trouble asking for help.
  • Your friends and family tell you that you are aloof or distant.
  • You judge yourself more harshly than you judge others.
  • You secretly feel like there is something wrong with you.
  • You have trouble knowing what you are feeling.
  •  Sometimes you feel like you don’t belong when with your family or friends.
  • You often just want to be left alone
  • You find it easier to love animals than people
If you answer yes to some of these statements, then you may have CEN.

If you have CEN, I want you to know that there is good news. 

CEN is not a disease or a mental illness. 

It’s really only a natural response to something vital that was missing in your childhood. 

CEN doesn’t have to hang, like a dark cloud, over life any more. CEN is very treatable and you can overcome it yourself. 

Once you understand what has really been happening inside of you and why you feel so different from everyone else, you will gain the ability to work through those issues and heal.

First comes awareness. Then you can heal. And I’ll show you how.
Fuel Up for Life
4 Steps to Recover From CEN
Module 1: Why You Are Running on Empty
We start here because it’s important for you to know exactly how your CEN developed, how YOU feel about it, and how it’s affecting you personally as an adult.

I always receive a lot of questions about how not being emotionally validated in childhood can lead to the emptiness, disconnection, and lack of fulfillment that you’ve been experiencing all these years. I understand how hard it is to realize and accept the connection between such a seemingly innocuous childhood experience, and such a powerful, damaging effect in adulthood.

In this module, I’ll walk you through exactly how the cause and effect are linked, specifically what went on inside of you as a child, and what’s happening for you now as an adult.

I’ll help you see how your CEN is the root cause of other issues in your life, such as perhaps lack of confidence, low self-esteem, social anxiety, self-directed anger. or depression.

We’ll get you started on learning and thinking about your feelings, increasing your feelings vocabulary, and tuning into your emotions.

By the end of this module, you’ll be more in touch with your CEN, and you’ll understand that what you’re struggling with is not your fault. This will free you up to stop blaming yourself and start attacking the problem.
“I had so many pieces of my life that didn’t fit into my complete puzzle. Now they all fit. This program answered a lot of my inner questions.”
Module 2: Visualize Your Wall
Here we’ll talk about the second of the four levels of recovery: breaking through to your emotions.

This step involves visualizing your internal wall, and becoming personally familiar with how it helped you in childhood, but how it is harming you now.

We’ll cover fully the role of emotion in your life. 

I’ll introduce the steps (we’ll learn later in more depth) for processing a painful feeling on a deep level. This is a tool that you will use your entire life. This tool will give you the confidence to feel able to accept and manage whatever feelings arise in your life.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to visualize your wall and it will feel familiar to you. You’ll also have a feel for how it works to break it down, and how that process feels.

You’ll start to see that there is something valuable on the other side of that wall, and that it’s something good that will be both challenging and reassuring, both enriching and connecting. Something that will change your life. 

This module is all about getting you to start feeling at least inklings of real feelings, and you will begin to have the confidence that you will be able to manage them when they arise.
"I feel like I've found answers after so many years of struggle.” 
Module 3: Break Through Your Wall
Now that you own and see your wall, I’ll teach you a new skill that you should use as often as you can. It takes a chip out of that wall every time you do it, whether you succeed or not. 

I’ll get you started with focusing inward more, paying attention to your feelings and monitoring your emotions as you go through your day.

I’ll tell you about the possible pitfalls that can come up when you start to break your wall down, and I’ll tell you about how that worked for one of my patients.

I’ll teach you a special skill for sitting with and riding out a difficult emotion. It’s a formula for processing an emotion that really works, and I’ll give you an example of a real person using it.

I’ll give you an Emotion Cheat Sheet to keep on your phone so you can use it any time that you have a feeling that is painful or difficult.

We’ll start applying your new access to emotion and your new skills to your everyday life.

Two things will begin to happen here when you are practicing these skills regularly and persistently over time: the people in your life will start to notice a difference in you. You’ll seem more responsive, connected, and warm to them, and they may even be a little surprised by it. You’ll also notice that you’ll feel different. 

You’ll be able to start using your new emotion processing skills to manage the natural feelings that will be popping up for you in your real life.
“You have peeled away all of the "shoulds" and "should-nots" in simple terms - a primer for way life should be. This is better than all of the myriad self-help books and therapy sessions I have experienced. The book is a great introduction, but the program is the game-changer. The modules allow for the concepts to settle and take root; the forum gives the compassionate support and encouragement necessary for turning yourself right-side-out.”
Module 4: Validate Yourself 3 Ways
First, I’ll teach you some very important general rules about how emotions work. These are facts about emotions that you missed learning in your CEN childhood home. Knowing these facts will make your emotions less scary, and this process less daunting.

We’ll talk about what validity and validation mean to you, and how you can go through your entire life not feeling valid, without ever realizing it.

I’ll give you an example of someone who was afraid that valid = selfish, a common fear for CEN folks.

I’ll explain three ways for you to build your validity: by treating your needs and emotions as valid; by knowing yourself better; and by self-care.

We’ll talk about the important relationship between validation and self-care.  I’ll help you identify which areas of self-care are your biggest blind spots. Then I’ll give you the tools and the process to fix those blind spots. 

This module is designed to drive home your realization that you are valid, and you matter. Our goal is that you genuinely feel and believe that your needs and feelings matter, and that you are worth the effort of care.
“The program really struck a chord with me and it felt like you were talking directly to me alone. I find tremendous value in the tools that help to validate my feelings, and learning how to say what I want in a more direct way. But of equal value, if not more value, was knowing WHY these feelings of not belonging or being ignored bothered me so. I have spent 55 years wondering why I would feel so hurt or depressed whenever I would open up to people, and they would either not respond or just make a small superficial response. Understanding WHY this feeling has repeated itself so many times throughout my life has been a huge epiphany, and I am eternally grateful to you for shining a light on that. Understanding the root is gold, and is doing so much to help me heal. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!”
Module 5: Deepening Your Relationships
First we’ll talk about how CEN has affected your relationships with the people in your life, and prevented you from forming new, healthy ones.

I’ll help you choose one person to start taking risks with, and set you up with a structure to do it.

I know you’ll be afraid to change. You’ll be worried that you’ll receive negative reactions when you start to assert yourself and show your feelings more. I’ll give you some stock phrases to use to help the people around you react less, and understand what’s going on when you behave differently. 

I’ll tell you about a patient who started saying “no” to her family, who always KNEW that she’d say “yes,” and how that worked out for her.

I’ll explain that there is a way to ease the process of becoming more assertive with people who don’t expect it, and how to do it.

We’ll talk about applying all of your new skills and new motivation to take risks to your current relationships, and how to move forward with it.

I’ll give you some simple phrases to make a conscious effort to use more often. These phrases will help you take up more space, assert yourself, and get your needs met a lot more often.

As you continue to work on this module, you’ll notice your relationships becoming more balanced. You’ll start to feel closer to people. You may weed out some people who are bad for you, and you’ll begin to feel more grounded, more supported, and more connected in your life.
“This program opened my eyes to how much impact my CEN upbringing had on me. Everything I learned during this course, from Dr. Webb's videos, her homework, our Q & A calls, my self reflection, has initiated an underground explosion in me. But it's been of the best kind, for it enabled me to reorient my therapeutic goal - recovery from CEN. This is not a quick fix, but then again, CEN wasn't a quick experience. Together with therapeutic support following the course, I note measurable progress. My effort is more focused and finely tuned. I can't say enough how important this course has been to me. Thank you so much, Dr. Webb!”
Your Life After the Program
Once you’ve worked through the five modules of the program, you will have a good start on making some significant changes, not just in your life, but in yourself. If you do the work going forward, dedicated and persistent, your life will change.
  •   You will finally know that what you always thought was a flaw that you needed to keep hidden from everyone else, is actually not a flaw, but a necessary defense mechanism that helped you throughout your childhood.
  •   You will have broken through the wall that blocks you off from your feelings, and other people, and the world. 
  •   You’ll be beginning to feel your feelings. You’ll feel closer to the people who care about you, and they to you. 
  •   Those around you will notice that you’re different: more connected, more of the person they always knew you were.
  •   You’ll know yourself better: what you want, what you need, what you feel, what you like and dislike.
  •   You’ll be treating your own needs and feelings as just as important as everyone else’s. You’ll be speaking up more, asking for your needs more.
  •   And guess what happens from all of that: you’ll be getting what you want more often.
  •   Best of all: that empty space that you’re living with right now will be filled. Filled with emotion, people, and connections; struggles, yes; but also joys.
  •   You’ll finally be living life the way you were meant to live it.
So you might be wondering: How does this all work? How are you going to help me...
  • Understand Why I'm Running on Empty
  • Visualize My Wall
  • Break Through My Wall
  • Validate Myself 3 Ways
  • And Deepen My Relationships
So that I can become the connected, fulfilled person I was meant to be?

Here's my answer...

I’ve designed my Fuel Up for Life program to give you everything you need to recover from CEN. I’ll be able to take you by the hand, and walk you step by step through the process of recovery, at your pace.

As you can see, this training goes deep, spending a week with each step so that you can fully understand how to set yourself up for success and start to notice differences in yourself and your life as you go along.

Here are the specifics on how we are going to do this:

You’ll be sent an invitation to join our exclusive online forum, here’s where we will post the weekly videos, transcripts, copy of the slides and detailed worksheets to help you turn the information you are learning into action.

Every week for 5 weeks you will be given the materials for the 5 modules. I’ll provide you with the worksheets and videos to start making real changes. 

I’ll walk you through exercises that will help you find what’s missing in your life, and change yourself and your life forever.  I’ll teach you the skills, and give you the tools that you’ll need going forward. 

And you will have the opportunity to go through the material at your own pace on your own time to accommodate your busy schedule.
Fuel Up for Life
Live Q&A Calls
Every Other Wednesday 
at 5:30 PM EST
You’ll also be sent an invitation to join me live for a bi-weekly Q&A / Coaching call where you can ask me questions about how to apply all of this to your personal situation.

The call will not be psychotherapy, however. 

I won’t be able to give you personal advice, but I can answer your questions about CEN and how to apply the program in your situation.

The Q&A / Coaching Calls are scheduled for Wednesday evenings, at 5:30 p.m. EST. 

And, if you can’t make the Q&A  / Coaching calls, don’t worry. You can send me questions and I’ll bring them up during the call. A recording of each call will be available on the member’s area for you to listen to whenever it’s convenient for you.
And you will get access to my Fuel Up for Life Online Support Community. In my opinion, it is this community that really makes this program work. It’s powerful because the people are really engaged, really supportive. This community isn’t just where you will find me and other fellow participants going through the program with you, there will also be people who have graduated from the program and are there to help and support you as you go through it as well.

In this community you are going to post your celebrations, you are going to post your challenges, your struggles and your questions about working with CEN. I promise you, you will meet life-long friends in this community. It is the most valuable online experience I have ever been a part of.

In addition to this online support community, I will also offer a way for those who want to go deeper with support to connect with 3 other members of the community to create what I call a mastermind. The 4 of you will have the opportunity to meet once a week or every other week to help each other through the CEN related situations you are facing and give each other support and a sense of validation for the changes you are making in your life. This is a very powerful experience that can become a game changer for you.
Now right about now you might be thinking 5 weeks is not enough time. I’m not going to recover from CEN in just 5 weeks. 

And you are right. It doesn’t happen overnight. You will have to change the way you relate to yourself and to others. It is a lifelong process. If you want to work through your CEN once and for all, you’ve got to stay engaged. So I just want to promise you that when the program ends, it doesn’t actually end. You will continue to have access to all the modules, you will continue to be supported by the online community and you can continue to come to my Q&A calls every other week. 

So as you continue to grow and change and encounter new situations, you will continue to have the support you need to recover from CEN.
“I very much like the Q&As and the forum. Hearing, over and over again, how my experience is echoed in the lives of people that are different from me, with different circumstances and aspects of CEN affecting them in different ways, yet feelings being similar, was of enormous help to me. I think the course content was well structured and selected. I think offering it in small bites, in a video format, was helpful. It was good to see Dr Webb's expressions as well as hear her voice. It made the whole thing more human, being an over-the-internet thing. I really like the forum. I have found it very beneficial to read the stories on there and am very grateful to the contributors for sharing. I personally did feel a huge shift during the course, one that I was ready to feel, but was not expecting, so the program exceeded my expectations.”
5 Great Bonuses
I also want to give you further support as you embark on the journey of recovering from your CEN. My goal is to give you everything you need to get a good start, and keep improving and working more and more going forward.

So that’s why I’ve also included these special bonuses.
Bonus #1:
How to Deal With Your CEN Parents
One of the hardest parts of healing from CEN is interacting with your parents. 

You may be irritable with them, angry at them, or have difficulty being in their presence. I’ll walk you through the normal feelings you may be having. I’ll help you sort through what type of parents you have, and how you can interact with them with your new understanding. I’ll help you answer one of the most common questions I get from people: Do I talk to my parents about CEN?
Bonus #2
Emotionally Attuned Parenting
CEN passes invisibly from one generation to the next.

Now that you know about your CEN and are dealing with it, you’re in an excellent position to make sure that you don’t pass yours down. I’ll give you some practical tips on how to make sure that you respond to and validate your children’s feelings. Just in case you’re feeling guilty about your parenting, we’ll talk about that too. Because in this situation, guilt is not helpful to either you or your children. And none of this is your fault.
Bonus #3:
How to Deal With Emotional Neglect in Your Marriage
If one or both partners in a couple have CEN, it is exceptionally difficult.

Marriage is a very emotional part of life, and when you have CEN, your emotional skills may not be quite up for the challenge. I’ll give you some tips on how to bring emotions into your marriage, use them and deal with them .
Bonus #4
CEN Recovery For the Emotionally or Physically Abused
When you grow up with emotional neglect mixed with abuse of any kind, there are extra complicating factors. Your CEN is typically buried even deeper, beneath the more visible, memorable impact of having been called names, demeaned, hit or threatened as a child.

Many people make great progress in dealing with their childhood abuse, but find themselves still sitting with the disconnected, flawed, empty feelings from CEN. In this bonus, I’ll help you sort out how to apply this recovery program to your special situation
Bonus #5:
Video for your Friends and Family about Recovering from CEN
Recovering from CEN can be difficult if your loved ones don't understand what you are going through.

I have created this video specifically for friends and family so that they can understand what CEN is and what it takes to recover from it. This way they can help you through the process of recovering.
I include these bonuses because I want to make sure that you have not only the tools to recover, but also as much extra help and support in applying all of your new skills and changes to your everyday life going forward.
So to recap...
Here's what you're going to get:
  • Access to the online forum with all the weekly videos, transcripts, PowerPoint slides, and detailed worksheets.
  • Live for a bi-weekly Q & A calls where you can ask me questions about how to apply all of this to your personal situation.
  • Exclusive access to a private forum of your peers who are going through the same journey with the opportunity of creating a small mastermind group for deeper support.
  • Immediate access to the first module so that you can get started right away.
  • Bonus #1: How to Deal With Your CEN Parents
  • Bonus #2: Emotionally Attuned Parenting
  • Bonus #3: How to Deal With Emotional Neglect in Your Marriage
  • Bonus #4: CEN Recovery For the Emotionally or Physically Abused
  • Bonus #5: Video for your Friends and Family about Recovering from CEN
So now you’re probably wondering, “What’s this going to cost me?”
I have taken years of clinical practice and experience to put this program together. It’s based on what has worked for my patients in the past. I have taken all of that knowledge and I have created an online CEN recovery program specifically for the public that can be done on your own, or with the help of a therapist.

In the best of all worlds, I would have each and every one of you come to my office so that I could go on this journey with you in person. But of course that’s not a realistic possibility. I’ve also considered offering Skype consultations, and I’ve received many requests for it from people who live far away and can’t get to my office in Boston. But unfortunately I don’t feel comfortable doing that because of recommendations and professional guidelines of the Massachusetts Board of Psychology. 

Hundreds of folks have contacted me for advice about how they can work directly on CEN with their current therapist. All of these things together made me realize that I need to make CEN recovery more accessible to people who don’t live in New England, or who want to keep their current therapist. 

I developed this program so that I can offer everything I’ve learned to all of the people who can benefit from it. I want to make this help available to all of the CEN folks out there who are quietly confused, and wondering what’s wrong with them. 

No, it’s not the same as one-on-one therapy. Nothing really compares to that. But I’ve put so much into this program that, together with the calls and the online support community and small group masterminds, I feel it offers a high quality alternative when in-person therapy isn’t an option, or as a CEN adjunct to your current therapy. 
I also wanted to make this program affordable. For individual therapy for CEN, my patients typically see me an average of 20-30 times at a rate of $200 per session. Well, that quickly adds up to $4,000 - $6000. 

Of course, individual therapy is an investment of time and money which I believe is very worth it. The folks that I help with CEN typically walk away with many tools to change their lives, and with a different feeling about themselves and the world. 

However, I know that most people would not be able to afford the $4,000 that it takes to work with me one-on-one. I’ve put together a program that is giving you the same exact strategies and techniques to recover that I do with my private patients, and you will be able to ask me questions about CEN every other week in the Q&A calls.

So no, this is not personal, individual therapy in my office, but the good news is that it also costs far less, and you can have everything I’ve learned about CEN recovery in the comfort and convenience of your own home, to work through at your own pace, plus the ability to ask me questions as you go along.

So I have made this program available for $1,497.

And to make it even more accessible, you can access the program for 6 payments of $279 each. For that investment, you will receive the full benefit of everything I’ve learned, and the structure to work on your CEN recovery at your own pace, without having to travel to Massachusetts.
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I also want you to know that I am fully committed to helping you recover from CEN. So much so that I am offering a 30-day money back guarantee. If you invest in the program today and do the work and you aren’t seeing the results you want, just email me and I will give you your money back. I believe that deeply that this program will help you connect with yourself and your loved ones.
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Plus, I'll get these bonuses:
  • 1. How to Deal With Your CEN Parents
  • 2. Emotionally Attuned Parenting
  • 3. How to Deal With Emotional Neglect in Your Marriage
  • 4. CEN Recovery For the Emotionally or Physically Abused
  • 5. Video for your Friends and Family about Recovering from CEN
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Still Have Some Questions
Before You Reserve Your Spot?
1) How is the program different from your book “Running on Empty”?
The book, Running on Empty, was my first effort to reach people with CEN. My goal when I wrote it was to get the concept out there, and help as many folks as possible see that this is what’s been dogging them for their entire lives.

It is an excellent introduction to the CEN concept. It outlines the recovery process, and has most of the Change Sheets in it. It also has lots of examples of CEN happening to a child which would be helpful for you to read.

The book is actually part of the reason I created this online recovery program. Readers’ feedback was that the recovery chapters in the book made sense and were helpful, but were difficult to carry through and do with enough depth by a person on her own.

So I think that the paperback is a useful supplement to the program, but it’s the program that will give you the support and the space to truly make your transformation.

As one participant said: “The book is a great introduction, but the program is the game-changer.”
2) I have felt empty and alone for so long that I don’t see how anything could help. Why would this program work for me?
The key word in this question is “felt.” CEN makes you feel empty and alone, when in fact you are neither. I have yet to meet a CEN person who actually didn’t have any feelings. They are there, waiting for you find them. And so are the people who care about you. 

The only way to correct CEN is to target it directly, and that’s exactly what this program is designed to do. 

I’m so sure that you’ll feel significant progress by the end of the program that I’m offering to return your investment if you’re not feeling more connected and alive.
3) I don’t like how I am, but I’m afraid of changing. What if I can’t handle being different? What if I don’t like feeling different?
That’s a completely normal concern. Everyone is afraid to change. I may push you, but at your own pace. Real change with depth, which is the purpose of this program, does not happen in a flash. It happens gradually, and you have time to adjust. 

Yes, some work is required. But I’ll be there with you, answering your questions along the way, and the best part is: so will a lot of other people who feel exactly like you.

You’ll discover that you’re not flawed or ill or different. You’re in the good company of many good people who will be doing the work alongside you.
4) I’m already seeing a therapist. Should I try to work with my therapist on this or use your program?
This is a great question. And my answer is this: talk to your therapist about it. Is he or she willing to learn the full concept of CEN and how to help you through the targeted four-step recovery process? If so, then I suggest you take that option.

Many therapists will be very interested and able to help you. But not all therapists will be motivated to follow this specific process, especially if it doesn’t fit with their style or theoretical approach to treatment. If this is the case for you, then you can use this program as a supplement to your therapy.
5) On some level I know that my parents emotionally neglected me, but that idea makes me feel so guilty that I just can’t accept it. Isn’t it possible that all that’s wrong is actually my fault?
This is a question I get a lot. The answer is… Of course not. 

No child asks for emotional neglect. Distancing, refusing to talk, and being unpleasant and difficult are all things that kids and teens do to separate. It may be that your parents loved you, but just didn’t know what to do. CEN is not always someone’s fault.

I suggest that you stop worrying about fault and guilt, and just accept what is: your emotions were not validated enough as a child, and it’s had a profound effect on you to this very day. But now it’s your time. Now you can heal.
6) I’m a busy person. I don’t have much time. What if I start this program, and then don't have the time or energy to put into it?
Not having the time and energy is the hallmark of the CEN person. You have it for others. Just not for yourself. But at some point you will have to make a decision: Do you want to feel more fulfilled, grounded and connected? If you’re not ready yet to want that, then in truth, you’re not ready for this program.

But if you want to feel those things, if you want to change your life for the better, then you will finally make yourself the priority that you deserve to be. You will find the time and the energy, and I’ll help you. 

It all boils down to this one core belief that we must all accept: You Are Worth It.
About Dr. Webb
Dr. Webb has been a licensed psychologist since 1991, and has worked in a variety of different settings over the course of her career, including a psychiatric emergency service and substance abuse programs. She has been the Director of several large outpatient clinics. For the past eight years, she has been enjoying her private practice in Lexington, Massachusetts, specializing in the treatment of couples and families.

Over two decades of practicing psychology, Dr. Webb gradually started to see a factor from childhood which weighs upon people as adults. This factor is extremely subtle. In fact, it’s so difficult to see that it goes virtually unnoticed while it quietly saps a person’s joy in life, causing him or her to struggle with self-discipline, or to feel disconnected and unfulfilled. Dr. Webb gave a name to this invisible factor from childhood. She calls it Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN).™

"As I became aware of the power and pervasiveness of Emotional Neglect, I felt compelled to draw awareness to it. My goal is to bring this unseen force from childhood out of the darkness and into the light. To make people aware of it and it’s effects upon them. To give them the words to talk about it and the tools to fix it."

2017 Dr. Jonice Webb
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