What Your Childhood Memories Say about You: And What You Can Do about It
Tell me 2-3 childhood memories before age 8 . . . and I'll tell you everything about you. Guaranteed. I can hear the excuses now: " I'm too busy! That's not on my priority list. Why bother? I'm a live-in-the-present kind of person. No way am I reliv... +
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Tell me 2-3 childhood memories before age 8 . . . and I'll tell you everything about you. Guaranteed.
I can hear the excuses now: " I'm too busy! That's not on my priority list. Why bother? I'm a live-in-the-present kind of person. No way am I reliving what happened in my childhood. Yeah, right. It's a bunch of psychological mumbo jumbo. Uh, I can't remember a thing before age 8. Guess I'm not a candidate."
Now think of it this way: Your childhood memories are the key to "everything" about you. You as a child, and you as an adult. "What" you remember and "why" you remember it are the most important keys to your interests, how you perceive yourself and the world around you, how you relate to others, and how you handle your emotions.
So give me an hour to change your mind. If you won't do it for yourself, do it for the ones you love.
"Includes sneak peeks at the childhood memories of Bill Gates, Mother Teresa, Oprah, Martin Luther King Jr., Michael Jackson, Martha Stewart, Bill Murray, Steven Spielberg, Bono, Gene Hackman, and others."