#405 – Journey of Attachment: My Narcissist Parent(s)

#405 – Journey of Attachment: My Narcissist Parent(s) People who are beyond anxious and can also be characterized as ambivalent, avoidant, disordered, etc., may have been raised by a narcissist parent. These are people-pleasing perfectionists who lack self-trust and tend to hide out because of guilt, shame or fear. They don’t feel connected to their […]

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#291- Journey of Attachment: I Was Raised By Wolves

  #291- Journey of Attachment: I Was Raised By Wolves I was raised by parents with no self-awareness and very dogmatic rules. This resulted in a lot of insecure feelings, but of course I didn’t know that’s where they came from. If you were also raised by wolves (used facetiously, of course) your emotional needs were […]

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#280- Respect From Others Starts With You

  #280- Respect From Others Starts With You It’s amazing how many people seek respect from others, yet don’t know how to respect themselves. This happens in relationships of all sorts: romantic, friends, parents, kids, colleagues, etc. In these cases, a fear of loss is at play. When you’re afraid of losing the relationship, you might […]

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