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Part of the Hazelden Classics for Clients Series
Author: Sheila Hermes, M.Ed, LADC
Inhibited emotional development can result in a King Baby syndrome. Queen Baby examines the situation from a woman’s perspective. Females in recovery will understand how these characteristics affect their relationships and their self-esteem and therefore their recovery.
Excerpt from the Introduction:
“Queen Baby can be defined as the characteristic and roles that resulted from our unmet needs and a feeling of low self-worth. At some point in our lives we came to believe that being our true self was not enough to establish and maintain relationships. As a result, as women we become focused on gaining the approval and validation of others rather than defining and validating our own sense of self.”