In Will I Ever Be Free Of You, Dr. Karyl McBride, author of the national bestseller Will I Ever Be Good Enough, has created the definitive guide to successfully handling and surviving a divorce—if you’re married to a narcissist.
Some people have aversions to one or more types of normally accepted touch. If you find your aversion to touch interferes with your personal life, relationships, happiness, it’s not too late to seek answers.
Do you listen to your body? Do you understand what its messages? Miriam Manela of Thrive OT suggests we listen without judgment, without shaming or blaming.
Does your boss or coworker do any of these things on a regular basis? You might have a narcissist in the office.
Miriam Manela, co-author (with me, C.R.) of The Parent-Child Dance: A Guide to Help You Understand and Shape Your Child’s Behavior, talks about how to boost your or your child’s core breathing
The silent treatment is a favorite abusive tactic of infantile narcissists and bullies. What can you do about it?
Are you happy? Take the test.
Learning how to be sensitive to others’ feelings is a goal for many people. But what if you are so sensitive that you pick up on others’ stress?
Breathing correctly is important for your mental and physical well-being.
When worrying or disturbing thoughts race through your mind, what can you do?