Adversity & support · complex ptsd · Dysfuntional relationships · mental health · Resilience · self care · Uncategorized

Loving someone with PTSD

Ever since I made my youtube video ‘How does PTSD affect intimate relationships’, I have had so many of you contact me with questions about how to cope and support your partners. The reality is that it takes a very strong person to love someone who lives with PTSD, as they also live with it… Continue reading Loving someone with PTSD

Adversity & support · Cluster B disorders · complex ptsd · Dysfuntional relationships · Emotional abuse · Narcissistic abuse · Narcissistic abuse syndrome

Narcissistic abuse red flags

If you have noticed the following red flags in a person close to you, then you need to take precautions. Below is a check list which you need to pay close attention to. The more of these you can relate to, the quicker you need to remove yourself from a relationship with such a disordered… Continue reading Narcissistic abuse red flags

Adversity & support · complex ptsd · Domestic abuse · Dysfuntional relationships · Emotional abuse · Narcissistic abuse · Narcissistic abuse syndrome · Uncategorized

The sad truth about why narcissists form relationships

Those with Narcissistic Personality Disorder sadly lack empathy and don’t feel remorse. They are cold, calculating, manipulative and emotionally shallow. Narcissists don’t form relationships with others like healthy people do. They don’t seek out partners to love and share their life with in an equal, loving and respectful way. They see people as objects that… Continue reading The sad truth about why narcissists form relationships

Adversity & support · Child abuse · Coaching tips · Compassion · complex ptsd · Dysfuntional relationships · low self-esteem · Narcissistic abuse · Uncategorized

Working with children who have been abused

Working with children is something that I have very much enjoyed doing on and off for 9 years. After graduating from University 14 years ago, I spent part of my time running my jewellery business and the other part of my time was spent working as a nanny with children aged 3-11 years of age.… Continue reading Working with children who have been abused