One of the most powerful and pervasive beliefs regarding childhood in our culture is the idea that at some point you cease to be a child and are an adult forever after. “Life, as you understand it and live it, was learned in this past setting. Whatever its peculiarities, you gained from your family the feeling of being “at home.” It is this feeling which your “inner child of the past” constantly seeks.” (Missildine, 1985, p.40) It is the gravity that resists change and makes genuine change so difficult.