If you suspect you were raised by a Narcissistic Mother, if you’re curious how to heal from your experiences, this essay is meant to support you.
A relational trauma recovery specialist shares her top ten reflections after ten years of doing relational trauma recovery work.
“Honey, Mom has COVID.” “I’m so sorry, but we need to let you go.” “I need to schedule time to talk with you. Immediately.” “Can you come into my office for a minute? I need to talk to you about your daughter’s lab work.” Fear. Be it perceived or actual, an immediate...
If you’ve ever wondered, “Did my childhood negatively impact me?” today’s essay explores five examples that you may see yourself in.
Collusion is a form of abuse that’s often overlooked and hard to acknowledge. But here’s why it matters that we see it plainly.
Codependency is a relational disorder. Here’s what it looks like, how it develops, and most importantly, how to heal from it.