Category: Narcissistic Abuse

Healthy Holiday Help

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As the Holiday Season approaches, please remember that many people with Complex Trauma (Trauma incurred in the Attachment Field as opposed to an acute stress event) have had their hand forced to cut off or greatly limit their relational ties for the sake of their biological and psychological health. No one comes to such and… Continue Reading »

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The term of Narcissist is overused and flippantly thrown around in popular culture. My training is for clinicians/practitioners treating patients who have been exposed to people with the actual clinical disorder of NPD and Sociopathy. Professionals’ Training for Treating Narcissistic Abuse The Treating Narcissistic Abuse Training focuses on differential diagnosis of NPD from other clinical… Continue Reading »

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When couples are working through their childhood trauma through the dynamic of their relationship, it is important to remember the stress reaction cycle and conscious communication guidelines. Although, life feels like a stimulus leads to a response, there are emotional states that lead to one’s reactions. Conscious Communication Through Emotions: Mad, Sad, Glad, Afraid We… Continue Reading »

Although empaths possess exceptional neurological abilities in emotional coregulation and capacity, it is important to name that there are other unique adaptations to being an empath that exceed the neurotypical brain. Three of these phenomena are over-containment of ones own state, cognitive autoimmune responses, and tracking. All three of these are sophisticated threat responses that… Continue Reading »

Over the last couple of years, there has been a groundswell of articles written about empaths. Much like their polar opposite-the narcissist-empaths have been anecdotally defined-often in a manner that is misrepresentative. Therefore, it is imperative to accurately explain the characteristics and etiology of the empath. What does empathy mean? Firstly, let’s define empathy: Contrary to… Continue Reading »

It’s not even been a week since the Waking Life debacle news broke… already people are calling for forgiveness. We have also seen stellar community organizing and activism, equipped and enacted by some of the finest expressions of healthy aggression I’ve ever seen. Anger is an evolutionary tool. Along with our other emotions-sadness, fear, guilt,… Continue Reading »

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