Best of Our Blogs: August 1, 2017

I’ve been anxious and I’ve been depression. While being in the throes of either feels like hell, there is something worse than that.

It’s the worry, fear and anxiety about the anxiety and depression. It’s the suffering thrown upon the struggles that emulsifies it, and makes every moment feel intolerable.

I’ve learned to find pockets of joy, hope and profound gratitude even in painful moments. Doing so doesn’t ignore, abandon or avoid the hard stuff. On the contrary, it helps us to deal with it better.

Whether its difficulty at work or in a relationship, our posts will give you ideas on how to transform your negative emotional state to a more positive one.

The Forgotten: Children of Narcissistic Parents
(The Exhausted Woman) – If you were raised by narcissistic parents, you probably struggle with these issues.

10 Things You Need to Know About Codependency
(Happily Imperfect) – Why your desire to help others could be unhealthy.

The Trauma of Workplace Bullying
(The Recovery Expert) – You’re unhappy at work. Could this be the reason?

The Powerful Effect of Love Bombing and Intermittent Reinforcement on Children of Narcissists
(Recovering from a Narcissist) – This explains why you’re vulnerable to emotional predators and perpetuators.

It’s Not Them, It’s You–And Why That’s Good News
(Bonding Time) – Someone hurt you and you feel mistreated and angry. Here’s how to figure out your role in it and how it can benefit you.

August 1, 2017 at 06:35AM


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