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How To Not Get Into A Disloyal, Abusive Romantic Relationship

When you meet someone,

- listen to ALL of your thoughts, the good and the bad.

- pay attention to your physical sensations…the good and the bad (again). 473 more words

Emotional Abuse

I don’t chase my clients anymore: Guest Post by James M. Wilson

I don’t chase my clients anymore:  Guest Post by James M. Wilson

My first job in the counseling field was with LRADAC. I was hired on December 16, 1986. 755 more words


Cultural Pathology

Z prided himself on independence to the point where he wouldn’t want me to take his letters to the post office. As we were wrapping things up he mentioned that I was probably codependent and it’d be good for me to be alone (this didn’t sound as harsh in person). 1,295 more words


Date Night

It always amazes me how full my heart feels after only an hour in a visiting room with him. This time and distance makes me realize how little I need. 585 more words

Blogging Through Negativity

I’m prone to codependency in which I take on the feelings of others.  I prefer to say that I am highly in-tune to emotions, I’m perceptive, and I’m attentive -almost like there’s a telepathic transfer of feelings from others onto myself.  309 more words


Unreal Reality

It’s every little girl’s dream, isn’t it? To grow up, meet a handsome boy, fall in love and go to see him twice a week in the county jail. 647 more words