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Dein Wert besteht in dem was Du bist und nicht in dem was Du hast.

Thomas Alva Edison

Self-Coaching, Transaction Analysis

Natural Child-ego I

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The natural child-ego is the essence of a child. It is a raw, wild and uninhibited bundle of emotion. The emotions range from curiosity to anger to joy. Interests are fleeting but can be deep when held. However, children are a stream of ideas and entities with a short attention span. Thus the child-ego and children in general naturally bounce from plaything to activity to novelty.

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Understanding Child Ego

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The first image that comes to mind when one talks of childhood is of carefree, happy and sometimes mischievous kid who lives in an idealistic and innocent world. It is true for most of the people as we all seem to have more or less the same childhood. Hence Berne calls such an ego of individual who has had a normal childhood as Natural Child.

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Understanding the Ego-State Model

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The ego-state model is a model developed by Eric Berne who has also developed transactional analysis. The ego-state model is a core theoretical model which is used to understand the psychology of human beings. It is important to understand that ego-state model is just a model, and if you are not able to relate to it or find it very helpful, you don’t need to worry!

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Activating the Child - Ego III

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A legitimate bout with illness such as a heart attack or stroke rightfully requires care by family members or medical professionals. Yet there is a risk that caregivers then continue their view of the patient as “not OK” despite their recovery. A mother who survived a broken hip may find her children refusing to let her do anything in the house, where assistants and maids now intrude in her space.

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Life Script Analysis, Winning vs Losing II

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•    Start drinking alcohol as a teenager. Have a series of dead end jobs, frequently getting fired for bad attitude, poor attendance or drunkenness. Experience a string of failed relationships. Die young from drunk driving or middle-aged from alcoholism’s physical effects.

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