Knowing What Love Is and Isn’t Could Save You Unnecessary Suffering

Oxytocin Bind: Survivors Need To Relearn The Language of Love Survivors of childhood trauma have a skewed understanding of love

In general survivors of childhood trauma have trouble negotiating adult relationships. Either we push people away by erecting defensive walls or we become a magnet for cunning predators  We are confused whether a person really [Read More;]

Book Excerpt: Healing My Life from Incest to Joy

Healing My Life from Incest to Joy: A Survivor’s Guidebook Donna shares her pain and struggle dealing with incest while offering hope and healing to other survivors

Healing My Life from Incest to Joy is a memoir of the choices I made and experiences that helped me heal from childhood trauma. The book offers hope to survivors of child sexual abuse Breaking [Read More;]

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Breaking Bad – Becoming The Black Sheep of The Family Don't wait till it too late, overcome your fear, don't worry about being the black sheep

I am rewatching  Breaking Bad, the riveting TV show that broke all stereotypes. The series tells the story of Walter White, a reticent high school chemistry teacher who is diagnosed with stage-3 lung cancer. Suddenly, [Read More;]

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Object Relations – Our Primal Need For Loving Connection Having a stable relational bond is crucial for our mental well-being

According to the Object relations theory, our psyche/self develops in relation to others in the environment during childhood. Since the mother is the “primary object/ person’ that a child relates to, his perception of this [Read More;]