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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

Adversity & support · assertiveness · complex ptsd · Dysfuntional relationships · Emotional abuse · low self-esteem · Narcissistic abuse · Narcissistic abuse syndrome · People Pleaser Syndrome · Uncategorized

New assertiveness PDF course-How to communicate effectively & stop being a people-pleaser

My new assertiveness PDF course is finally ready to buy. Being assertive isn’t something that comes naturally to all of us, especially for those of us who grew up in dysfunctional homes. As I myself, also struggled with this due to my background, assertiveness training helped me immensely. For this reason, I wanted to create… Continue reading New assertiveness PDF course-How to communicate effectively & stop being a people-pleaser

Boundaries · Child abuse · Coaching tips · complex ptsd · Emotional abuse · Highly sensitive person · low self-esteem · Mental illness · Narcissistic abuse · Narcissistic abuse syndrome · People Pleaser Syndrome · recovery · self care · Self-reflection & self-awareness · Uncategorized

Taking on others’ emotions-Having weak boundaries

When you have grown up in a dysfunctional narcissistic home, taking on others’ emotions becomes the norm. Narcissistic parents teach their children to cater to their feelings & moods and the child learns to ignore their own emotions. A great book which can help you understand whether you have weak emotional boundaries, is by Charles… Continue reading Taking on others’ emotions-Having weak boundaries

Adversity & support · Child abuse · Cluster C disorders · complex ptsd · Dysfuntional relationships · Emotional abuse · low self-esteem · Mental illness · Narcissistic abuse · recovery · self care · Self-reflection & self-awareness · Shame · Uncategorized

Avoidant Personality-Video II

In yesterday’s video, I decided to talk about Avoidant Personality in a little more detail, as my first video became very popular in a short amount of time and many viewers reached out to me with questions . In this video I discuss some examples of what avoidance may look like, not only in full… Continue reading Avoidant Personality-Video II

Adversity & support · anxiety · Cluster C disorders · complex ptsd · Depression · Dysfuntional relationships · Emotional abuse · Life tips · low self-esteem · Narcissistic abuse · recovery · Rejection · Uncategorized

Avoidant Personality Disorder

Although it isn’t Monday yet, I have already uploaded Monday’s Youtube video 3 hours early, as tomorrow I am mostly on the go and won’t be checking in much. As most of my videos focus on CPTSD, Narcissistic abuse, Dysfunctional Relationships and other areas of emotional difficulty, I wanted to address a cluster C disorder… Continue reading Avoidant Personality Disorder

Adversity & support · anxiety · Child abuse · Cluster B disorders · complex ptsd · Domestic abuse · Dysfuntional relationships · low self-esteem · mental health · Mental illness · Narcissistic abuse · Narcissistic abuse syndrome · Negativity · People Pleaser Syndrome · recovery · Self-reflection & self-awareness · TRAUMA THERAPIES · Youtube videos

Infantilization

You might have heard of the term infantilization but you may not realise how incredibly abusive it is when a parent does this to their child. It is only natural for a growing child to start developing independent thoughts, actions and opinions. For a narcissistic parent this can be very threatening, as they want to… Continue reading Infantilization

anxiety · Coaching tips · Life (Personal Coaching) · Life tips · low self-esteem · Mental illness · self care · Self-reflection & self-awareness · Uncategorized

Status anxiety

How do we each fit into this world? Are we defined by whether we have a good job? A good marriage? Do we feel that we constantly have to measure up to our friends’success? Do we feel that we have to have the latest gadget, a new car or a big house? Do we feel… Continue reading Status anxiety