Rhoberta Shaler, PhD
Rhoberta Shaler, PhD. When you're ready to say 'No more!' to toxic relationships, unnecessary drama, and poor examples for your children to follow, work with Dr. Shaler directly now Subscribe to her Tips for Relationships. Listen to her podcasts for valuable insights and strategies to reclaim yourself, and create healthy relationships with yourself and others:Emotional Savvy: The Relationship Help Show, and Save Your Sanity: Help for Handling Hijackals.
If any of these scenarios are present in your relationship, it's time to take action.
“One partner can say something stupid, and the other person ignores it or doesn’t look at it as significant. There’s a level of trust. But when they lose that safety, everything has the potential to flare up. They stop taking things at face value or giving each other the benefit of the doubt.”
Covert verbal abuse happens when a seemingly benign remark goes under your radar. You don’t see it for the abuse it is. You get used to it. Covert verbal abuse happens when someone tells you how you feel, what you think, or what you need or want. It’s sneaky. You might not see it as abuse…yet. You soon will. Keep reading.
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When S/he will step right in if they can take credit for something good. But, when something goes sideways, it’s all you, all your fault.
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Ever feel used, abused and confused? It may be that you are suffering from “Boundaries”.
There are a lot of places along the way between the extremes of right and wrong. I hope your relationship is more important than being right!
“It’s all your fault!” No matter what is happening you hear “It’s all your fault.” Even, if you weren’t there, it’s somehow all your fault.
If you were raised by a difficult parent, deep down, you know you're not fine.
Your silence says more than you realize. And everything it says is hurtful.