The Golden Child: Lessons learned & unlearned

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It’s natural to look back at your childhood and wonder if you grew up ‘normal’ or if what you experienced was somehow out-of-the-norm. Maybe you compared their life with your friends or neighbors growing up. Or, maybe you wanted the kind of relationship with your own sister that your friend had with hers growing up. Or, you may have felt that pinch of jealousy when your neighbor scored the BMX bike you wanted…

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Annie Tanasugarn, PhD

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Psychologist. Certified Trauma & Relationship Specialist. https://behaviorthrive.com/

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