Adversity & support · Dysfuntional relationships · Emotional abuse · low self-esteem · mental health · Narcissistic abuse · Narcissistic abuse syndrome · Persistence & commitment · recovery · Resilience · self care · Self-reflection & self-awareness · Uncategorized

How to heal from childhood abuse

A lot of my followers on this blog and also subscribers from my youtube channel keep coming to me with the same question ‘How do I heal from childhood abuse?’. Although this is something I have already addressed previously, I have decided to actually explore this in as much detail as I possibly can. I… Continue reading How to heal from childhood abuse

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

Narcissists can give you fleas

What does it mean when narcissists give you the fleas? Fleas comes from the adage “He that lieth down with dogs shall rise up with fleas”, which has been attributed to Benjamin Franklin.  According to Wikipedia, the quote has an almost universally agreed meaning of “You should be cautious of the company you keep. Associating… Continue reading Narcissists can give you fleas

Domestic abuse · Dysfuntional relationships · Emotional abuse · Narcissistic abuse · Narcissistic abuse syndrome · Youtube videos

10000 Subscribers on Youtube!

I just wanted to write a quick post today about how grateful I am to have reached 10,000 subscribers on my youtube channel.This is a milestone I never thought I would ever reach! My videos are most definitely not perfect or perfectly edited, yet the information I have been trying to get across is being reached!I… Continue reading 10000 Subscribers on Youtube!

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