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TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments PART I. HOW YOUR PARENTS SHAPE YOUR SELF-ESTEEM, SELF-IMAGE AND BODY IMAGE Chapter 1. Our Parents as Mirrors Chapter 2. The Seven Negative Parental Mirrors Chapter 3. Your Body as a Mirror Chapter 4. Mirror Therapy PART II. SHATTERING YOUR DISTORTED PARENTAL MIRROR Chapter 5. Rejecting Your Parents' Negative Reflections Chapter 6. Emotionally Separating from your Parents Chapter 7. Quieting and Countering Your Inner Critic PART III. CREATING A MORE ACCURATE AND EMPOWERING MIRROR Chapter 8. Looking Deeper into the Mirror: Discovering the Real You Chapter 9. Providing for Yourself what You Missed as a Child Chapter 10. Learning to Love Your Body PART IV. SPECIALIZED HELP Chapter 11. If You Were Neglected, Rejected, or Abandoned: Rejecting the "I am Worthless" and "I am Unlovable" Mirrors Chapter 12. If You Were Overprotected or Emotionally Smothered: Rejecting the "I am Nothing Without My Parent" Mirror Chapter 13. If You Were Overly Controlled or Tyrannized: Rejecting the "I am Powerless" Mirror Chapter 14. If You Had Overly Critical, Shaming or Perfectionistic Parents: Rejecting the "I am Bad," "I am Unacceptable," and "I am Not Good Enough" Mirrors Chapter 15. If You Had a Self-Absorbed or Narcissistic Parent: Rejecting the "I Don't Matter" Mirror Chapter 16. Continuing to Heal References Recommended Reading Index
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