Typical Inner Kids (Subselves)

      Premise - normal human personalities are composed of unique "subselves," like talented members of a sports team or orchestra. One group of normal subselves is developmentally-young, emotional, reactive, and naive about the world. Unsupervised, they may harm themselves and/or other people. Other subselves try to protect them. Common Inner Kids include a...

scared child

lonely child

little adult

shamed child

sad child

playful child

   defiant child

lost child

selfish child

jealous child

rageful child

awed child

needy child

guilty child

naive child

hurt child

loving child

creative child

good child

lusty child

aggressive child

infant / fetus