Co-Parenting With a Narcissist ​BY CHRISTINE LOUIS DE CANONVILLE, MIACP Christine is a Psychotherapist, Educator, Author and Supervisor of mental health professionals for over 28 years. She was part of a team in the Trauma Unit of St. Brendan’s Psychiatric Hospital, Dublin, and has worked specifically with victims of pathological narcissistic abuse in her private … Read more

Learning to be content Article by Andy Quinn Six days after turning 28, Andy Quinn suffered an ischemic stroke that changed the trajectory of his life forever. While having to re-learn to wash, dress, and walk during a global pandemic he is re-evaluating what life should be about. His unique experience offers a look into … Read more

KEY POINTS Ghosting is a common rejection strategy in professional and personal situations, because most people fear saying no. Ghosting doesn’t hurt feelings more than outright rejection, but it causes different and meaningful kinds of suffering. We owe each other clarity when we say no, but we don’t have to explain why. Why Ghosting May … Read more