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The truth about being "emotionally unavailable"

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A veteran trauma-recovery therapist proposes that people who are "insensitive," "uncaring," "over-intellectual," "unempthic", and "unable to love," are survivors of early-childhood trauma - parental neglect, abuse, and abandonment. These symptoms suggest the person bears six psychological wounds which prevent them from feeling and exchanging compassion, empathy, and love. The video offers links to wound-recovery videos and these related Web articles: http://sfhelp.org/gwc/wounds/bonding.htm and http://sfhelp.org/relate/gwc.htm