Abuse

How To Save Children From Narcissistic Abuse and Toxicity

How do you deal with a situation where you need to do what is right and best for a child, even though they will not see this at the time?

15 Things Manipulative People Do to Try to Control You

Being on the receiving end of manipulation can feel awful, but if you decode how manipulative people try to control you, it gets easier to deal with them.

Silent Treatment in Relationships: How To Know When It Becomes Abusive

Getting the silent treatment from a partner can be one of the most stressful experiences.

9 Tactics People Use To Take Advantage of You

Deceiving and manipulating us to get what they want, covert aggressors very actively try to control other people. Recognizing these tricks can help keep you from being ambushed.

Toxic Relationship

Why Do Narcissists See You As An Object

A narcissist's objectification of you is necessary for the purposes of maintaining control and achieving their Prime Aims.

How Narcissists Make You Physically Sick and 5 Ways To Restore Your Health

Did you know that apart from emotionally depleting you, narcissists can make you physically sick too with their toxicity, and vicious nature?

How Toxic Family Dynamics Can Cause C-PTSD In Emotionally Intense Children

Developmental trauma, or Complex PTSD, results from a series of repeated, often ‘invisible’ childhood experiences of maltreatment, abuse, neglect, and situations in which the child has little or no control or any perceived hope to escape.

10 Relationship Red Flags That You Should Not Ignore

Watch for red flags—indicators that something needs to be questioned or otherwise validated. Often these are clues that something may be trouble in the future.

Codependency

8 Tips For Managing Codependency And Taking Better Care Of Yourself

Have you ever been in a relationship that is defined by codependency? Have you ever tried managing codependency, but have always fallen short?

Are You Strong-Willed or Willful?

Strong-willed people are successful, yet those who are willful often sabotage their success.

Changing Codependent Dynamics in Abusive Relationships

Codependents’ reactive role amplifies their focus on their partner, while they hide who they are. They increasingly try to control the uncontrollable, sacrifice themselves, and try harder to please and be accepted.

Detaching: How To Let Go with Love

Detaching is a way of separating the unhealthy emotional glue that keeps us fused in a codependent relationship.

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22 Stages of Relationship Between An Empath and A Narcissist

When it comes to relationships, a relationship between an empath and a narcissist is way more common than you would believe. Unfortunately. 

What Is Post-Narcissist Stress Disorder (PNSD) and its 3 Major Symptoms

People who have once shared their life with a narcissist may go through corresponding occurrences resembling the symptoms of PTSD.

The Narcissistic Family Tree: 12 Common Dynamics of a Dysfunctional Family

The narcissistic family hides profound pain. It can be pretty and decaying at the same time.

4 Mentally Damaging Things We Say To Kids All The Time

4 harmful phrases kids hear far too often. These seemingly harmless words might affect a child's psychological development far into his adult life.

7 Common Manipulative Phrases and How To Shut Them Down

There are some common lines of thinking that manipulators like to exploit to get their way. Thankfully, all of them are easily shut down with common sense.

Narcissist

How To Save Children From Narcissistic Abuse and Toxicity

How do you deal with a situation where you need to do what is right and best for a child, even though they will not see this at the time?

Explaining the Narcissistic “Critical Thinkers” in Your Life

Do you have one of those narcissistic critical thinkers in your life, who is always finding faults in you, and make you feel horrible about yourself?

Why Do Narcissists See You As An Object

A narcissist's objectification of you is necessary for the purposes of maintaining control and achieving their Prime Aims.

Attachment

The Attachment Theory: How Childhood Attachment Affects Adult Relationships

Our attachment style determines everything in our relationships… from who we want as our partners to how our relationships will end.

How To Break An Emotional Addiction

We’re taught to feel and accept our emotions, but what about when your emotions actually become an addiction?

How You Can Let Go When Your Partner Refuses To Change

Have you ever felt very frustrated in your relationship because your partner refuses to change their bad habits and problematic behavior?

Letting Go Of Someone You Love After Infidelity

Are you wondering how to let go of someone you love after infidelity after that certain someone has had an affair?

Depression

Feeling Depressed After A Breakup? 5 Surprising Reasons Why

Feeling depressed and miserable after a breakup can be attributed to a lot of reasons that you might not even have thought about.

5 Things to Do (And to Not Do) When Your Partner is Feeling Depressed

Watching your loved one suffer and feeling helpless in the face of it is one of the worst feelings in the world.

Frequent Anger and Irritability Could Signal Depression, Research Reveals

It hardly strikes anybody that their bouts of anger or irritability -a reduced control over one's temper that results in angry outbursts - is aligned with depression.

Studies Show How Yoga Will Help You Fight Depression

“If your autonomic nervous system is balanced out, then the rest of the brain works better” -Dr. Chris Streeter,

Trauma

3 Types Of Childhood Emotional Wounds That Keep You Stuck In Adult Life

When you want to move on from your past, but some unresolved emotional wounds prevent you from doing so

4 Ways You Can Heal Trauma Bond After a Narcissistic Relationship

Are you trying to heal the toxic trauma bond that you have developed after being in a narcissistic relationship for very long?

How Toxic Family Dynamics Can Cause C-PTSD In Emotionally Intense Children

Developmental trauma, or Complex PTSD, results from a series of repeated, often ‘invisible’ childhood experiences of maltreatment, abuse, neglect, and situations in which the child has little or no control or any perceived hope to escape.

The Deep Seated Reason Why We Behave in Ways We Don’t Like but Can’t Seem to Change

Did you know that the effects of emotionally abusive parenting are never just limited to someone's childhood, it can hamper their adult lives too?

Mental Health

The Connection Between Mindfulness And Recovery Success

When it comes to recovery success from substance abuse, there is one thing most people do not acknowledge enough, and that is mindfulness.

10 Common Myths About Therapy

Therapy has many stereotypes associated with it. Debunking a few of these myths about therapy is vital to breaking the prejudice attached to it.

3 Types Of Childhood Emotional Wounds That Keep You Stuck In Adult Life

When you want to move on from your past, but some unresolved emotional wounds prevent you from doing so

5 Things to Do (And to Not Do) When Your Partner is Feeling Depressed

Watching your loved one suffer and feeling helpless in the face of it is one of the worst feelings in the world.

Addiction

The Connection Between Mindfulness And Recovery Success

When it comes to recovery success from substance abuse, there is one thing most people do not acknowledge enough, and that is mindfulness.

Are You Strong-Willed or Willful?

Strong-willed people are successful, yet those who are willful often sabotage their success.

How To Break An Emotional Addiction

We’re taught to feel and accept our emotions, but what about when your emotions actually become an addiction?

3 Powerful Pointers That Will Help In Preventing Substance Abuse

Are you someone who is struggling with addiction or know someone who is? Well, there are few effective steps you can take for preventing substance abuse!