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  • Signs of An Abusive Relationship

    An abuser’s goal is to control your emotions, cloud your perception and chip away at your self-worth. His covert abuse is disguised by actions that appear normal, but it is clearly insidious and underhanded. He steadily pushes you to edge with his deception, sarcasms and battering until you erupt in anger and then you become the “bad guy” giving him ammunition to justify his abuse.

  • Comparing Yourself To Ours

    There are two common, but extremely harmful behaviors that erode your self-esteem: They are comparing yourself to others and negative self-talk. If you can change your mindset, even a little, your life will take a different path.

  • Your relationship ended and you feel hollow, fearful and despondent. Being alone and heartbroken can miraculously open your eyes to YOUR dysfunctional behavior that contributed to your failed relationship. It’s an opportunity to take a different life’s path, to be wiser and make better choices. It's time for you to realize that you have everything you need inside you to create the relationship stability, personal security and happiness you want and deserve.

  • Heal From Verbal Abuse

    You broke off with your abusive partner. The problem is: you still love him (her) A LOT!  You’re trying to move on with your life but you grieve for him. Your misplaced feelings of love, loyalty and commitment prevent you from gaining closure for your failed relationship. 

  • How To Heal From A Breakup

    You broke off with your significant other because he was neglectful, or he cheated on you, or he was verbally or physically abusive. You're trying to get on with your life without him in it. Your heart aches, you miss him and so you call him, or you hate him, or you blame yourself for your failed relationship. If you truly want to heal, you MUST avoid these 5 breakup mistakes.

     

     

  • Woman Drowning Sorrow

    Does your ex want your back? Or is he messing with your head? It feels like he is testing the waters to see how angry you are at him, or if maybe you’ll consent to a late night visit. Four things you ex is REALLY saying with his oh-so-casual text.

     

  • Abusive Man

    Covert verbal abuse is subtle aggression. It's aim is to control and dominate you without you knowing. If you’ve never been exposed to the insidious nuances of a covert verbal abuser, you may not realize what is happening to you. 

  • Dr. Dirtbag hammered me when we argued and then he denied his hurtful behavior and he blamed me for our relationship problems.

  • I'm fearful and mistrusting

    You’re afraid to love a man deeply because he may hurt you like your ex did and you swear you’ll never let another man get his hook into your heart. How's that working for you?

  • Whatever you worry most about in life, will filter the way you view your life. If the underlying driving force in your life is security, you may accept less than what you want and deserve in a relationship. 

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