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Okay ya’ll, we’re doing something a little bit different this time. Chances are you’ve heard of inner child work, and if you’re listening to this podcast you’ve probably also done some inner child work yourself or are curious about trying it. When we hear the words “inner child work” we often imagine cathartic moments, full of difficult and complex feelings, but that’s not all it is. Connecting with your inner child is also about establishing internal trust and allowing that younger version of yourself to have freedom of expression and to play. Many of us who were traumatized, abused, or neglected as children never really had the opportunity to freely enjoy our childhood. And heck, even if you didn’t experience childhood trauma, having to be an adult all the time is so boring and frustrating! So today, we hope you’ll join us for a bit of a game. Let’s all allow our inner child to express themselves through a series of timed challenges that are as fun as they are fascinating. There will be lots of unmitigated joy, some internal battles of will, and some unexpected heartfelt moments; which is honestly exactly what a lot of us need right now.