Tag Archives: codependency

Are You Eating SHIT PIE?

Are you being served shit pie? Are you eating it? When you have CPTSD (Complex post-traumatic stress disorder) or are a HSP (highly sensitive person) or are an Introvert or Codependent, the rules for success are a little different. For example, we tend to tolerate toxic people and situations too readily, doing awesome brain bending… Read More »

Set, Speak & Hold Boundaries – Healing Success for Codependents

When you have CPTSD (Complex post-traumatic stress disorder) or are a HSP (highly sensitive person) or are an Introvert or Codependent, the rules for success are a little different. Often people don’t know how to identify when they need to set a boundary, and even if they do they don’t know what to say to… Read More »

SELLING for SHY PEOPLE, HSPs, CPTSDs, Introverts & Codependents. 5 breakthrough moves.

When you have CPTSD (Complex post-traumatic stress disorder) or are a HSP (highly sensitive person) or are an Introvert or Codependent, the rules for success are a little different. Asking for a sale, any kind of sale, is tough for many and can feel next to impossible for more gentle, sensitive people. This is why… Read More »

Why do Codependents have less MONEY? How do we fix this?

When you have CPTSD (Complex post-traumatic stress disorder) or are a HSP (highly sensitive person) or are an Introvert or Codependent, the rules for success are a little different. Most sensitive, caring people will be familiar with the feeling of giving so much every day but having less to show for it compared to some… Read More »

9/6/17 Live Stream Q&A and Support for Narcissistic Abuse

See all the books and other products I recommend: Book Club Book for August 2017: “Women Who Love Psychopaths” Luci’s book club notes (mine coming soon) : “Yes You Can” t-shirt: Have you ever thought to yourself, “boy, I really need a coffee mug or t-shirt with a phoenix on it?” Then you are in… Read More »

Narcissists at Work (How to Avoid Emotional Reactions)

My name is Dana. This channel was created because I had a strong desire to help people who have experienced narcissistic abuse and trauma in general heal and find self love. If you wish to support my channel, I have a donation link: paypal.me/FindYourFreedom. Donations are not expected, but always highly appreciated, no matter how… Read More »

Self love after narcissistic abuse

My name is Dana. This channel was created because I had a strong desire to help people who have experienced narcissistic abuse and trauma in general heal and find self love. If you wish to support my channel, I have a donation link: paypal.me/FindYourFreedom. Donations are not expected, but always highly appreciated, no matter how… Read More »

The Somatic Overt Narc & CYBER Stalking!

Overt Narcissistic Personality -Sam Vaknin I. Overt Abuse The open and explicit abuse of another person. Threatening, coercing, beating, lying, berating, demeaning, chastising, insulting, humiliating, exploiting, ignoring (“silent treatment”), devaluing, unceremoniously discarding, verbal abuse, physical abuse and sexual abuse are all forms of overt abuse The Somatic Narcissist – The somatic narcissist flaunts his sexual… Read More »

Attachment Trauma and Longing

In this video, Relationship Coach and Psychotherapist, Alan Robarge, talks about obsessive, preoccupied thinking as a symptom of attachment trauma. Intrusive thoughts come with intense feelings of longing and the urgency to reunite with an x-partner. The origin of such intense longing is based on childhood attachment injuries and usually is not about the current… Read More »

Toxic Relationship Series #4 The Codependent

Codependency begins in a dysfunctional childhood home where you may have been expected to take on more adult responsibility than was appropriate for your age, and where family members did not maintain healthy boundaries. . Visit Evening’s site at to find out her latest information about books, videos, blogs and podcasts. Facebook: Twitter: YouTube: N.O.A.H… Read More »

Codependency Counseling Recovery Break the Cycle of Abuse in our Families

Emotional abuse can be overt as well as covert. Often times those of us who suffer from codependency, do not always recognize when we are transferring our pain to our children. Waking up helps us awaken to our own emotional abuse; the abuse we suffered as children, as well as the innocuous abuse we may… Read More »