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Empath Struggling with Overwhelm? Try EFT

Follow Elise Lebeau in this simple and powerful EFT Tap Along video!

Reprogram your mind to have positive thought patterns in less than 5 minutes! 29 more words

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But He Says He Still Loves Me...

He says he still loves me…

(**Warning – Trigger alert)

When he looks at you (perhaps adoringly, for effect) and says he still loves you, “in spite of your downward social status, unstable mental capacity, and the fact that you only care about money”, it’s a lie. 1,201 more words

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Apologizing to a Narcissist

In a normal relationship, if one has made a mistake, it is typically followed up with an apology.  This usually leads to the other party forgiving you or at least acknowledging your heart-felt attempt at making amends.  822 more words

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Self-Forgiveness after Narcissistic Abuse

When you’ve been devalued and discarded by a Narcissist, it’s a lot like being told you have a deadly disease.  You’re not sure if you will survive.  677 more words

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396 Hz Solfeggio Binaural - Release Guilt and Fear

396 Hz is widely known for its ability to help in the releasing of emotional patterns; Liberating Guilt and Fear

When combined with the low alpha binaural beats, you will find additional benefits such as stress reduction, lucid mental state, body imbalance awareness, strengthening of the immune system, creativity, bridging of the conscious and unconscious mind. 59 more words

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Would Jesus go No Contact?

Forgiveness is one of the greatest blessings we can give to others.  In relationships, couples who forgive each other are happier than those who don’t.  Studies show that forgiving makes you healthier, happier, and stronger.  974 more words

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Why Doesn’t the Narcissist Move On?

Have you been ruminating on this question for months? Mistaking the Narcissist’s repeated reappearances for love or caring; forgiving your disordered partner for “being human”…the old “broken wing” rescue and restore mission? 802 more words

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