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Maybe He’s Right. Maybe I am Crazy?

Maybe He’s Right. Maybe I am Crazy?

Do you believe the toxic person when they say you’re crazy? Don’t worry. You’re not alone. Everyone in recovery from a toxic relationship feels this way. And no wonder. A toxic person is like a hurricane. They spin into your life, sweeping you up in a vortex of excitement, intensity and chaos,…

How Toxic Types Treat You on Valentine’s Day

How Toxic Types Treat You on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day. One of the most difficult days to cope with in the first year of recovery from a toxic relationship. Think about it. In the last ninety days, you’ve had to be thankful at Thanksgiving,  Joyous at Christmas and wish everyone a Happy New Year when you were just managing to drag…

Why Sending One Text Can Ruin Your Recovery From A Toxic Relationship

Why Sending One Text Can Ruin Your Recovery From A Toxic Relationship

No Contact. Sounds easy, doesn’t it? You’ve bought all the books, trawled the recovery sites and everyone tells you the same thing. “If you don’t have the tie of kids or court, then no contact is the only way to recover from a toxic relationship.” You know it makes sense.…

The Narcissists Wicked Game

The Narcissists Wicked Game

One of the hardest things to get your head round in recovery from a relationship with a Narcissist is, why would they go to all the effort of building you up just to knock you down again? Why would they text a hundred times a day at the start of the…

Smear Campaigns: How To Cope When Toxic People Turn Everyone Against You

Smear Campaigns: How To Cope When Toxic People Turn Everyone Against You

In the early days of  toxic relationship recovery, it’s so hard to believe that someone would purposefully go all out to lie, deceive and betray not only you but your family and friends. It’s hard to fathom why someone who took time, often years, to build what seemed like honest,…

When Toxic People Tell You Who They Are

When Toxic People Tell You Who They Are

Did your gut instinct tell you that something wasn’t right when you met the emotional abuser? If so, you’re not alone. Almost every client I’ve ever worked with, myself included, felt that something was ‘off’ in the early days. It’s often a throw away remark, a dark look or a…

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