Table of contents for What your childhood memories say about you-- and what you can do about it / Kevin Leman.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Think Back . . .Way Back.
What¿s locked away in your mind?
Chapter 1: I Made a Fool of Myself . . . and Liked It!
Why your private logic shows in public
Chapter 2: The Little Boy or Girl You Once Were, You Still Are
The consistency factor rides again.
Chapter 3: Your Built-In ¿Aha!¿ Camera
Why you remember what you remember
Chapter 4: The Apple Doesn¿t Fall Far from the Family Tree
Why you remember what you remember¿take two
Chapter 5: Your Lifestyle Has Nothing to Do with the Car You Drive 
When do you count in life?
Chapter 6: Be Your Own Shrink 
Take a stroll down memory lane
Chapter 7: The Truth about the Lies You Tell Yourself
Why you are more important than what you do
Chapter 8: Avoiding the Wasted Years
The ABCs of truth therapy
Chapter 9: Escaping the Parent Trap
You can change your painful memories
Chapter 10: The Inside Skinny on Those You Love
Exploring childhood memories can enrich your relationships
Chapter 11: Zap ¿em with a Psychological X-ray (Your Kids Will Probably Even Enjoy It!)
Is your child heading in the right direction? How to know for sure.
Chapter 12: Are You a Fish out of Water?
Put your memories to work in your work
Epilogue 
Mama, My Own Truth Therapist
Notes
About Dr. Kevin Leman
Resources by Dr. Kevin Leman

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Early memories.
Self-perception.
Psychoanalysis.