Tag: abuse

The Not-So-Perfect Internship | Reblog via LinkedIn

There can be a dark side to interning – be aware & prepared.

Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse, Part III: The Groundhog

Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse, Part III: The Groundhog. Very good series through Good Therapy on narcissism. Worth reading. Parts I & II linked through the post above. Be sure to check out Good Therapy’s blog – some really excellent writing, good for clients and… Continue Reading “Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse, Part III: The Groundhog”

Shaming Pron* (Deliberately misspelled :) )

Today’s Klout offering in my “Create” box brought to mind a trend I’ve been thinking a lot about. Specifically, the public shaming of children by their parents/caregivers. I recently participated in a FB debate which, while heated on occasion, actually stuck to the topic… Continue Reading “Shaming Pron* (Deliberately misspelled 🙂 )”

We cannot grow …

We cannot grow when we are in shame, and we can’t use shame to change ourselves or others. ~ Brene Brown I’ve written before about the horrible, awful, no good, very bad trend of shaming children publicly (it shouldn’t be done privately, either) and… Continue Reading “We cannot grow …”

The three “A’s” of divorce|Reblog

“Often, couples enter counseling when marriages are on the brink…” (Dr. Jeremy Frank’s article is here) This is so true. The average period of time a couple delays before seeking help for a floundering relationship is SIX years. (!!) When I see them in… Continue Reading “The three “A’s” of divorce|Reblog”