Narcissistic Altruism: Scheming Do-Gooders Who Prey On The Needy Interpersonal Neurobiology: Beware of How People Impact Your Wellbeing

Interpersonal Neurobiology: Beware of How People Impact Your Wellbeing Being aware of your relationships and how they affect you is critical to your health and happiness

Research has proven that our relationships play a pivotal role in our physical and mental wellbeing. We strive for connection, and we yearn to feel felt by the people close to us. Relationships interact with [Read More;]

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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Rocketman – No Longer A Victim of Love, I’m Still Standing Elton John's biopic about healing and redemption is great movie therapy

I wasn’t expecting Elton John’s biopic ‘Rocketman’ to be so therapeutic. Though over the years, Elton John’s songs have been metaphorical reminders of my life. They have grounded me and kept me sane in the [Read More;]

The Powerful Role of Parents in Tackling Bullying

The Powerful Role of Parents in Tackling Bullying Parental support and care can help kids become assertive and deal with bullying

Parents have more power than anyone else to prevent bullying and other risky behaviors in young children. There is great power in their love, connection, and influence. Parents have the power to protect, nurture, engage, [Read More;]

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