Trauma can create learned helplessness, but we can heal and regain our power.
Your self-esteem affects your attachment style and predicts whether your relationship will survive. You can raise your self-esteem and have healthier, more rewarding relationships.
Changing the patterns we learned in our childhood family not only heals us, but also improves the quality of our adult relationships, especially with intimate partners.
Do you and your partner have a secure, anxious, or avoidant attachment style? Change your style to have healthier, secure relationships.
Beware of narcissists and abusers who “hoover” to lure you back into a relationship. They’ll bait-and-switch to reassert their power over you. Read 6 steps for your own protection.
Two research teams found a core trait among all types of narcissism despite varying symptoms and severity. Learn the types, signs and how they differ to be empowered, not a victim.
Narcissists constantly assess who’s on top to manage their self-esteem, image, power, and social rank. Learn their tactics to not be hurt, manipulated, or deceived.
Do you doubt whether you still love your partner or wonder whether “Is it me?” “Can I do better?” here are 10 steps that can improve your relationship or help you decide what to do.
You may not know you’re dating a narcissist. They’re skilled game-players. Be prepared. Learn their tricks and find out what to expect so you’re not ensnared by seduction.
We all need love. But when our relationships repeatedly disappoint us, examining why reveals a startling answer.