One of the saddest aspects of narcissistic abuse is our children can suffer. Sadly when narcissists are trying to hurt and discredit their ex-partners in every shape or form, children can be used as ammunition and get caught in the cross-fire. This can leave us dismayed, and in deep disbelief when we view the narcissistContinue reading “How To Help Your Children Who Are Affected By Narcissists | Narcissism Recovery and Relationships Blog”
“If we are honest with ourselves, most of us will have to admit that we live out our lives in an ocean of fear” – Beyond Meds. A lovely post on fear and healing.
Excerpt from: The Most Common Misdiagnoses in Children | Child Mind Institute. When symptoms have multiple causes, mistakes are made By Linda Spiro When you have a headache, you know there are many possible causes, ranging from the mild to the very serious. When you see your doctor, she will likely ask you detailed questionsContinue reading “The Most Common Misdiagnoses in Children | Child Mind Institute”
We all want to raise healthy, happy kids. Unfortunately, too many children will never reach their full potential because of untreated mental health problems. via Speak Up For Kids.
Reblogeed from: Improving Family Communications: via HealthyChildren.org – Improving Family Communications. How can I improve communications in my family? Here are a few important ways to build healthy communication Be available: Make time in everyone’s busy schedule to stop and talk about things. Even 10 minutes a day without distractions for you and your childContinue reading “HealthyChildren.org – Improving Family Communications”
One of the primary functions of the attachment behavioral system is to regulate emotional experience under conditions of threat. Although research supports this association among infants and adults, few studies examine the relation between emotion and attachment in middle childhood. This study examined the concurrent associations among children’s attachment organization and three indices of emotionContinue reading “Attachment and emotion in school-aged children. [Emotion. 2010] – PubMed – NCBI”
Reblogged excerpt from the article: Re-parenting your Inner Child | Boundaries of the Soul. We have seen clearly in my previous set of posts how an inner critic is formed from the defense mechanisms used by the wounded, criticised child and how these can be taken forward into adulthood. Part of the process ofContinue reading “Re-parenting your Inner Child | Boundaries of the Soul”
reblogged from: via Beyond Paleo: Manage Your Stress. Of all the 9 steps, stress management is probably the most important. Why? Because no matter what diet you follow, how much you exercise and what supplements you take, if you’re not managing your stress you will still be at risk for modern degenerative conditions like heartContinue reading “Beyond Paleo: Manage Your Stress”
Fear of Intimacy – the wounded heart of codependency by Robert Burney M. A. I mention fear of intimacy often in my writing. It seems to me that in most of the articles I write for my web site I mention it in passing or for a few paragraphs. And it is the predominate themeContinue reading “Fear of Intimacy – the wounded heart of codependency”
On a recent trip to the beach I was reminded again why I am such an advocate for the practice of earthing. Earthing is the act of coming into contact with the earth without wearing shoes in order to release negative energy. With the advent of rubber or plastic soled shoes many of us haveContinue reading “Earthing: Barefoot Treatment For Anxiety | OMTimes Magazine – Part 1”