Put Words to Issues You've Only Had A Gut Awareness Of...
And finally make sense of why you have always felt that "something isn't quite right, but I can't figure it out"!
Childhood Emotional Neglect is often subtle, invisible and unmemorable.
It's a parent's failure to notice, respond to and validate a child's feelings.

Notice that nothing traumatic has to happen... nothing dramatic has to happen.

The parent fails to notice... fails to ask... fails to name the child's feelings.

That's all it takes.

This subtle form of CEN has been overlooked in a very big way.


Because when you have CEN as an adult, you become so disconnected you have a very hard time identifying your emotions.

You tend to value the opinions others much more than your own.

And it's challenging to put yourself first, unable to let go of self-criticism and belief that there is "something wrong" with you.
Hi, I'm Dr. Jonice Webb,

I've been a licensed psychologist for over 20 years. And I'd like to talk with you about a very important pattern that I've seen among my private clients.

It's a pattern of symptoms which occur together in many, many people.

Do you feel like you are alone in the world? That nobody is really there for you? Maybe you are really independent and you pride yourself on that, but deep down, you are afraid of depending on anyone because it might make you look or feel weak?

Do you sometimes wonder why you're not happier?

Do you look around you, and see other people who seem to have some secret ingredient in life that you lack?

Do you sometimes feel empty, alone, or unfulfilled deep down? Like you have this barrier between you and everyone else and you are always on the outside looking in?

I have found this pattern of struggles in person after person, both inside and outside of my office. It's a pattern that no one talks about. In fact, it's so invisible that there's no universal term to name it or describe it.

I gave the pattern a name.

I named it after its cause: Childhood Emotional Neglect.

And I want to help you become aware of what it actually is.
Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN):
A parent's failure to respond enough to the child's emotional needs.
Even the best and most loving parents can fail their children in this way. Many are simply raising their children the way they were raised themselves, unaware that they are failing to provide a crucial ingredient to their growing child. This is part of what makes CEN so invisible.

But the message that you get as a child is: Your Feelings Don't Matter.

And since our emotions are the most deeply personal, biological part of who we are, we hear this message as, "You don't matter."

So, you adapt to keep your parents happy, and you push your feelings down and away, so that they won't bother anyone.

That strategy works well for you as a child, but as an adult, you start to notice that you feel numb or empty. You have a hard time relating to other people and expressing yourself. You may have difficulty knowing what you want or what you need or what you feel. You may even feel ashamed for having feelings and needs, and get angry at your own mistakes, or for simply being human.
How Do You Know if You Have CEN?
  • You take pride on not relying on others and have trouble asking for help.
  • Your friends and family tell you that you are aloof or distant.
  • You judge yourself more harshly than you judge others.
  • You secretly feel like there is something wrong with you.
  • You have trouble knowing what you are feeling.
  • Sometimes you feel like you don't belong when with your family or friends.
  • You often just want to be left alone.
  • You find it easier to love animals than people.
If you answer yes to some of these statements, then you may have CEN.

If you have CEN, I want you to know that there is good news.

CEN is not a disease or a mental illness.

It's really only a natural response to something vital that was missing in your childhood.

CEN doesn't have to hang, like a dark cloud, over life any more. CEN is very treatable and you can overcome it yourself.

Once you understand what has really been happening inside of you and why you feel so different from everyone else, you will gain the ability to work through those issues and heal.

That's why I created...
In-Depth Guide to Childhood Emotional Neglect
This online training course will help put words to issues you've only had a gut awareness of so you can finally make sense of why you have always felt that "something isn't quite right, but I can't figure it out."

In this training, you'll discover...
  • Why unacknowledged feelings, thoughts or a 'voice' growing up has left you feeling empty, leading to a huge loss of sense of self... and how to get that back.
  • How to identify the insidiousness of CEN and understand how it has affected your adult life and relationships.
  • How your parents failed to emotionally validate you as a child (in a way that is free from blame).
  • How to take the blame and the weight of guilt off for being "flawed" and give you answers
  • The vocabulary you need to talk about what didn't happen for you as a child, so you can heal.
In this training, I cover Childhood Emotional Neglect in far more depth than my book Running on Empty.

How does it happen?
Why is it so invisible and unmemorable?
How does it affect your adult life?
I will also discuss the 5 stages of healing CEN and outline the best resources available to guide and support your recovery.

Now you can truly stop your lifelong search of "what's wrong with me?", even if you have read book after book or been in therapy for 10+ years trying to figure yourself out.


Because once you know you have CEN and understand the full extent on how it has affected your adult life, you can heal it.
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About Dr. Webb
Dr. Webb has been a licensed psychologist since 1991, and has worked in a variety of different settings over the course of her career, including a psychiatric emergency service and substance abuse programs. She has been the Director of several large outpatient clinics. For the past fifteen years, she has been enjoying her private practice in Lexington, Massachusetts, specializing in the treatment of couples and families.

Over two decades of practicing psychology, Dr. Webb gradually started to see a factor from childhood which weighs upon people as adults. This factor is extremely subtle. In fact, it's so difficult to see that it goes virtually unnoticed while it quietly saps a person's joy in life, causing him or her to struggle with self-discipline, or to feel disconnected and unfulfilled. Dr. Webb gave a name to this invisible factor from childhood. She calls it Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN).™

"As I became aware of the power and pervasiveness of Emotional Neglect, I felt compelled to draw awareness to it. My goal is to bring this unseen force from childhood out of the darkness and into the light. To make people aware of it and it's effects upon them. To give them the words to talk about it and the tools to fix it."
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