If there is someone out there who wants their life script analysed and thus the process of early decisions articulated then you can do the life script exercise called "The bad day at black rock".
Think back in your childhood and remember an occasion when something bad happened that involved members of your family. Some event that you were involved in either directly or indirectly with your family. It upset you and you found it distressing.
Then draw the scene or event on a piece of paper indicating the various people, animals, items and what ever else was there and relevant. Show the various people doing the various things they did.
Indicate who they are (including you) and write words next to them on what they are saying (if anything).
Then write what they are feeling.
Then indicate what you are feeling
Then write what you were wanting (and what others may have wanted).
What did you want mother (father, siblings, or anyone else there) to do or not do.
Then post the picture on Flickr so I can get a big picture of it and see the detail. I will then analyse your life script and this will show what early decisions are all about.
Early childhood trauma - TMI