If you’ve only peeked into a codependency meeting and/or a Course in Miracles book, I don’t want you to feel discluded. I hope the video message is clear enough to make sense to newcomers, but if it isn’t, it’s not your fault. If you’re a student of either or both of these awesome topics, you’ll … More Visibility and Codependency – A Course in Miracles and Tradition 12 #healing #grace #CPTSD #CPTSR
Take a breather… Yes, you. Yes, you deserve it. https://youtu.be/svhl2JFvK34 Much love, Happy D!
Blame is so uncool. So wrong. So bad. So unprofessional un-spiritual unhealthy undeserved. BUT – take care – unhealed blame can ferment into toxic shame. This post is an invitation to process the blame that lives in you (that you may even hide from yourself) so you can set yourself free from self-abandonment and emotional … More How to heal inner blame. #trauma #CPTSD #codependency #teatime #PeteWalker
Your degree of Joy-flow is directly correlated with your degree of Trauma-flow. Where grief is STUCK, Joy is lodged right behind. Joy is the very nature of your being, and like a volcano, it’s got energy and power behind it. So any lengthy stuck-ness is going to cause discomfort. It’s a signal for you to … More Trauma – the Missing Peace (Tea Time, Codependency, CPTSD, CPTSR)
I highly recommend that if you choose to listen to this video, you create a space where you can truly be present. In your body. Not distracted. It’s not a light-listen. I attempted to condense very deep information while integrating some of my own story. You deserve to feel AMAZING. Your freedom. Your joy. Is … More Can co-dependency be cured? Here’s my experience of Richard Grannon’s stellar roadmap out of hell (CPTSD CPTSR).
It’s taken more than a few attempts for me to make sense of Stockholm Syndrome, a twisted dynamic where a hostage bonds with his or her captor (due to skewed power dynamics and small tokens of kindness given to the hostage / child / abused person). It’s taken many more attempts to get to the … More Reclaim Your Power – Break the Stockholm Syndrome Bond for Good (Terminate trauma bonding and put an end to misplaced loyalty)
In the last few days, I shared 3 important posts with you: Definition of co-narcissist Why I love co-narcissists Narcissistic abuse article collection. My intention is to share leading edge information for how to end and heal the repetition of narcissistic abuse, an all-too-common relational tragedy in our world today. I will continue to … More Thriving after narcissistic abuse, 3 stages of healing to help you write your own ending
More and more people are waking up to the devastating effects of narcissistic abuse, personally, professionally and as a society. This is AWESOME. And… there is a learning curve involved. Since I’ll be writing more about co-narcissists for the purposes of healing and thriving, I want to offer you a clear and thorough definition and … More Definition of co-narcissist (Cinderella)
I wanted this collection of blog posts about co-narcissism and healing from narcissistic abuse to be easily available in one place. I will always honor the co-narcissist’s superpowers of resilience and self-reliance, compassion and kindness. My prayer is that you keep them in balance so you can enjoy your life on your terms!
These days, when someone asks for my help because they’re feeling perplexed, confused, distracted, “dilemma’d”, the next thing I listen for is if they’ve just experienced communication with a narcissist (or someone who’s part of the nark’s web) . . . IF the answer is “yes,” . . . THEN the communication pattern becomes the … More Have you been Narcissized? Seven affirmations for breaking the trauma bond.