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Obsessed: Narcissists and Their Food

Obsessed: Narcissists and Their Food

It wasn’t until Tabitha had dinner at a friend’s house as a teenager that she realized there was something odd about how her family handled food. At her friend’s, there...
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Best of Our Blogs: January 18, 2019

Best of Our Blogs: January 18, 2019

Did you catch the aging #10yearchallenge on Facebook and other social media outlets? If not, you can learn more about it in this article. It’s fun to see how we’ve aged...
Types of Abusers: The “Victim”

Types of Abusers: The “Victim”

Victim-hood as Covert Abuse When you are the target of covert abuse, your abuser may present as a victim. This can be particularly confusing to you, the real victim, as...
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Turning Trauma Into Strength

Turning Trauma Into Strength

Most of us have or will experience trauma at some point in our lives. Whether it comes in the form of a personal upheaval – such as a serious injury...

Understanding the Child-free Identity

In our book A Womb of Her Own (Routledge 2017) author Adi Avivi writes as follows: The women in my study reported on their experience meeting other childfree individuals online,...
Finding Time to Think

Finding Time to Think

Maybe it’s because I’m a technology-immersed millennial, maybe it’s because I’m an impatient ADHDer. Either way, it seems like I rarely have time set aside where I can take a...
Breaking the Deceptive and Toxic Cycle of Trauma Bonding

Breaking the Deceptive and Toxic Cycle of Trauma Bonding

When people think of unconditional love, they tend to imagine positive images of nurturing mothers or life-long friends. In these situations, the relationships have a healthy bond based on qualities...
Today I Love The Sounds Of Morning

Today I Love The Sounds Of Morning

Today I love the sounds of morning in my house, the clatter of coffee and breakfast dishes, the quiet rumble of the water going to other rooms, fridge being opened...

You Are Either In, Or You Are Out

When it comes to dealing with borderline personality disorders, you are either in or you are out. And once you become out, you can find yourself dealing with regret, personal...
Let’s Talk About Bandwidth

Let’s Talk About Bandwidth

I went to a party last week. Anyone who knows me well would make the perplexed head tilt now and say “really?” Yes, I did, and I even stayed an...
In Memory Of Maria

In Memory Of Maria

“I never meant to cause you any sorrow, I never meant to cause you any pain, I only wanted to one time to see you laughing, I only wanted to see you, Laughing in...
Required Negative Impact Of ADHD

Required Negative Impact Of ADHD

There are criteria for diagnosis of ADHD. And they keep changing. Why? I don’t know specifics, but mostly because we keep learning things. But there may be some influences on...
10 Ways To Assess & Respond To Narcissists

10 Ways To Assess & Respond To Narcissists

How would you describe a selfish individual? What about them makes them selfish? Have you taken notice to their entitlement, arrogance, and lack of empathy? If so, you’re a few...
How to Be Happy When You Are Married

How to Be Happy When You Are Married

Yes, this is a post about single life, but for once, I want to talk about married life. What I have to say is relevant to single life, I promise....
Of Kindness and Pound Cake: Hope for 2019

Of Kindness and Pound Cake: Hope for 2019

Kindness. Think about that word for a moment. Kindness. Does it bring a smile? A tear? A shiver? When was the last time you were treated with kindness? When was...

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