Would you know if you were being emotionally abusive? There is a question you can ask yourself to determine if you are being emotionally abusive or not.
Once you know the question, you can change how you communicate with anyone.
In this episode, I explore the basics of cheating and what will allow your relationship to survive and heal after the affair.
Other articles on surviving the affair here:
https://theoverwhelmedbrain.com/healing-the-relationship-before-and-after-the-affair/ (based on this episode)
Tune into Love and Abuse, the podcast about poisonous communication and toxic behavior for more information on working through difficult relationships.
When you get angry, frustrated or upset toward someone else, how quickly do you recover? Would you like to recover faster and get into a better space?
In segment one, I go over the five questions you can ask yourself that might just bring you out of the bad feeling you’re in. For segment two, I share how you might be feeding the dysfunctions of others in your life. If you feed someone else’s dysfunction, they’ll continue to show up in a way you don’t like over and over again.
In segment three, I talk about commitment and how just because you signed up for life, doesn’t mean you have to see it through – especially if the person you’re with has changed the rules and isn’t keeping up with their end of the bargain.
Letting go of a narcissistic parent can seem like cutting off a limb to some people, but what happens right after the moment you make the decision to cut them out of your life?
Matthew Bivens of the Having it A.L.L. podcast joins me today to discuss what can be a challenging task.