When we get into a fight or argument, or in any way feel scared or less-than the other person, we tend to imbue them with qualities that somehow lift them above what we’re experiencing internally. Changing how you see that makes a massive difference to how you relate to and see people, and how scary they come across to you.
Whether or not you like it, your children will most likely be exposed to drugs at some point in their lives.
What do you do when your child does try drugs and has a bad trip, and what can you expect to face?
Right now the world is in chaos. People are being laid off, others are dying and it feels a bit like we’re constantly waiting for the other shoe to drop.
How do you deal with shock and trauma when you’ve had a traumatic or scary event take place in your life?
Maybe it’s a result of the greed and ego focus of the world we live in, but many of us are, or have been in relationship with narcissists and psychopaths.
How do narcissists and psychopaths break down your self-esteem in abusive relationships?
The worst thing about being in an abusive relationship with a bully, abuser or narcissist is the long-term damage it does to your self-esteem – the way it changes how you feel about, see and interact with the world.