The inner child is often seen as a ‘true self’, often hidden within adults. The Cambridge Dictionary describes the inner child as a part of the personality that still ‘reacts and feels like a child.’ While this concept may seem abstract or difficult to visualise, and there is no physical inner child, the psychological idea of the inner child is very much real. We may find ourselves acting on the pain suffered by our inner child, but how does the inner child behave?

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Two women engaging in guided meditation.