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8 Powerful Books That Will Help You Overcome Emotional Abuse

8 Powerful Books That Will Help You Overcome Emotional Abuse

  Emotional abuse can leave marks that take a long time to fade. Even once an abusive relationship has been escaped, the psychic damage, including flashbacks and negative thought processes, often remain. But these scars can be healed. These eight books offer practical strategies and 

Narcissistic tantrums

Narcissistic tantrums

Narcissistic rage can be defined as intense anger, aggression, or passive-aggression when a narcissist experiences frustration or a setback. When they are disappointed, it shatters their illusions of grandiosity, entitlement, and superiority, and triggers inner inadequacy, shame, and vulnerability. Feelings that threaten them and that they do not 

How to Detox Yourself from Toxic Relations

How to Detox Yourself from Toxic Relations

Maybe your friend asks you out for lunch and never shows up. Maybe your partner cheats. Maybe your boss doesn’t give you the attention and consideration you need. Whatever it is, it’s essential to know that toxic relationships can be damaging to your mental health 

Moving on from the past

Moving on from the past

  Moving On From The Past Moving on from the past isn’t easy and the past can have a huge influence over our present life if we allow it. Family squabbles, unresolved issues and regrets can linger long after the event. Looking into the past 

Emotional Punching Bag

Emotional Punching Bag

  Are you an emotional punching bag? By this I mean, are you in a relationship with someone who directs their frustration and anger your way? We all get angry and frustrated and we are all individually responsible for how we deal with these negative 

Am I being emotionally abused?

Am I being emotionally abused?

It can be difficult to identify whether you are being emotionally abused. This is because emotional abuse becomes normalised over time. Often, emotional abuse starts slowly. It’a ‘drip-drip’ process that gradually limits your sense of self and leaves you wondering what’s wrong with you. Self-doubt 

Emotional abuse in relationships

Emotional abuse in relationships

    Emotional abuse in relationships Unfortunately, many people use others to take their frustrations out on. They have a bad day at work and they transfer that anger and frustration on to a ‘safer target’ – usually a boyfriend/girlfriend/husband or wife. This behaviour is 

Support for domestic abuse

Support for domestic abuse

During the corona virus pandemic, may individuals may be stick at home with their abuser/s. If you need help – there are a few numbers available beloew (for the UK). I live in Surrey in the UK and found these details for this area and 

Domestic abuse during the corona virus pandemic

Domestic abuse during the corona virus pandemic

There has been a surge in reports of domestic abuse during the corona virus pandemic. Couples are spending more time together and there are bound to be more disagreements. On top of that, the usual ways to soothe irritations and anger such as watching sports 

What is trauma bonding?

What is trauma bonding?

Trauma bonding often begins during childhood where emotional or physical abuse exists, but there are other instances where it occurs. These are less frequent but trauma bonding can occur between a kidnap victim and their kidnapper. This is known as  Stockholm Syndrome. So, what is