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Memory Plus Program

by Jerome Princy (2019-12-07)

It could be sad that she Memory Plus Program Review is afraid of father at any time. It could be afraid that, if she is so afraid of father when he is angry, she will be unable to protect her child once it is born. These emotions are all uncomfortable to live with. For adults, there is no problem with this. If they can't fix the situation effectively, then they can get rid of the emotional energy by draining it out of their system. However, for embryos, babies, and children up to their mid teens, this is not the case. If a young person is not allowed to use an emotional responses to improve its situation, it does have a problem. It is physiologicaly incapable of simply draining an emotion out of its body. It has no option but to put up with it. The only choice it has is where to store the emotion in its body. Back to our imaginary embryo stuck in the middle of its parent's quarrel. What does it do? It stores away both its parents' emotions. It puts its own responses to each on top of it, and then, even at so very early a developmental stage, it has to decide what to do next. How is it going to cover up this discomfort? First, it will choose a counterfeit emotion for each of its parents' emotions. By this, I mean that it will pretend to be sad, instead of angry. It might decide to throw a tantrum instead of feeling scared. It could pretend to be happy instead of sad. These pretend emotions will be piled up on top of the two real ones. Our embryo makes not only this one decision, but miriad more, about how to express the counterfeit emotion and how to cover it up when the previous decisions cease to be effective. Here we have an embryonic new generation, which, before it is anything more than an amorphous mass of cells, is beginning to develop two coping strategies in response to the one emotional fracas between its parents, effectively acquiring twice the issues that each of it's parents has. This process will be repeated again and again throughout pregnancy and after. During the course of its infancy, childhood and adolescence, this potential child will take on, in this way, every one of its parents' issues. To sum up - ever since Adam and Eve, every child has taken on board all of the emotional bagage of both its parents, plus its own trauma from growing up. And as a result, as I said at the beginning, every generation is twice as emotionally unstable as the one before.