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TRAUMA BONDING: HOW TO RELEASE A TRAUMA BOND

The original article can be found here: https://natashaadamo.com/trauma-bonding/ TRAUMA BONDING: HOW TO RELEASE A TRAUMA BOND You may feel pretty crazy over there in your trauma bonded trance for someone who mistreated you, but know there are people actually eating dirt out there and making more sense than some of the well-meaning advice I heard … Read more

Trauma Bonds: What Are They and How Can We Overcome Them?

This is an article published by the American National Domestic Violence Hotline. The article can be found on it’s own web site at https://www.thehotline.org/2018/07/31/trauma-bonds-what-are-they-and-how-can-we-overcome-them/ Please not that any contact information in the article is only valid in the U.S.A. and, if affected by this article, should seek local support but searching Google for ‘Domestic Violence … Read more

Why Narcissists Keep Trophies of Past Relationships

  When romantic souvenirs are selfish not sentimental. [The original article was posted Sep 01, 2020 and can be found here https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/why-bad-looks-good/202009/why-narcissists-keep-trophies-past-relationships ] You spot your ex-flame and a new partner walking into a restaurant a year after you broke up. You can see from across the room that he is still sporting the expensive, … Read more

11 Mental Tricks to Stop Overthinking Everything

11 Mental Tricks to Stop Overthinking Everything Stop worrying and start growing. BY SCOTT MAUTZ, KEYNOTE SPEAKER AND AUTHOR, ‘FIND THE FIRE’ AND ‘MAKE IT MATTER’@SCOTT_MAUTZ Being a leader requires confidence, decisiveness, and quick thinking–none of which are served by overthinking every decision or scenario or worrying about every move you make. There’s a time to think, a time … Read more

4 Ways to Respond to Hostile Comments

BIFF: 4 Ways to Respond to Hostile Comments Get respect with responses that are brief, informative, friendly, and firm. Posted Sep 30, 2018 Hostile comments can show up anywhere, including in emails, letters, on Facebook, comments to internet articles, and in-person. Should you ignore them? React in the same hostile tone? Or is there a … Read more

How you respond to hostile communications may impact your relationships

HOW TO GIVE A BIFF RESPONSE www.HighConflictInstitute.com www.biffresponse.com All Rights Reserved: © 2007 by Bill Eddy Hostile email, texts and other electronic communications have become much more common over the past decade. Most of this is just “venting,” and has little real significance. However, when people are involved in a formal conflict (a divorce, a … Read more