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Vergiftete Kindheit

Author : Susan Forward
ISBN : 3442124425
Genre : Eltern - Kind - Psychisches Trauma
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Category: Eltern - Kind - Psychisches Trauma

Toxic Parents

Author : Susan Forward
ISBN : 9781407057002
Genre : Family & Relationships
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__________________________________________________________________ Bestselling author and psychologist Dr Susan Forward offers effective alternatives for achieving inner peace and freeing yourself from frustrating patterns of relationships with your parents. Millions of lives are damaged by the legacy of parental abuse: · Parents who ignored their children's needs or overburdened them with guilt. · Parents who were alcoholic or addicted to drugs. · Parents who were exploitative and cruel, or simply indifferent and inadequate. When these children reach adulthood the damage done by their toxic parents manifests itself in depression, or difficulties with relationships, careers and decision-making. In Toxic Parents, Dr Susan Forward shows why it is so difficult to put the past behind you and helps readers to confront this painful legacy with tested self-help techniques. With this book as your guide, you will discover an exciting new world of self-confidence, inner strength and emotional independence.
Category: Family & Relationships

Toxic Parents Ultimate Guide Surviving Narcissistic Parents

Author : Katie Lenhart
ISBN : 9781312283428
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 34.60 MB
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Toxic Parents Ultimate Guide: Surviving Narcissistic Parents by Katie Lenhart is an expert practical and action-oriented book that helps you identify controlling parents and how to effectively deal with them. Lenhart describes the parameters around narcissistic mothers, father or both.She delivers loud and clear a few important factors you need to be aware of front and center. * IDENTIFY Devastating Toxic Parents * SLY Tactics They Use * UNDERSTANDING How a Child's Mind Functions * Child Abuse Detailed * Devastating Consequences * KEY Steps to Overcome * SOLUTIONS!! PLUS! Ever Wondered Why? Lenhart makes it crystal clear, it's all about... Understanding... Acknowledging... Getting Support... Prevention... FACING You deserve to be truly happy. By facing your demons and putting them in their place, you'll be free and clear to move full speed ahead with optimism and excitement. Let's get started!
Category: Family & Relationships

The Toxic Parents Survival Guide

Author : Bryn Collins
ISBN : 9780757321047
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 71.72 MB
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If you or someone you love grew up with an emotionally unavailable, narcissistic, or selfish parent, you probably struggle with residual feelings of anger, abandonment, loneliness, or shame. For anyone who endured a nightmare or a wasteland instead of a nurturing childhood, The Toxic Parents Survival Guide will offer you the clinical insights and the day-to-day tools so you can break the chains of toxicity that bind you in a mess you didn't create. Psychologist Bryn Collins pulls back the layers to explore the very complicated relationship with an emotionally unavailable parent. Whether they were unavailable because of addiction, mental illness, or being overly controlling or an iceberg, this imminently practical book will help validate your frustration and emotional struggles, help you set clear boundaries, and learn how to un-mesh yourself and move forward to a place of strength and peace without any guilt. Using case studies, quizzes, and jargon-free concepts, Collins profiles the most common types of toxic parents and offers the tactics and tools you need to change and break free of these painful associations. Your wounds can be healed and you can move forward. The Toxic Parents Survival Guide will help you find different ways of dealing with your parents' painful legacy so that you don't suffer and don't pass along emotional unavailability to the next generation or your current relationships.
Category: Family & Relationships

Setting Boundaries With Your Aging Parents

Author : Allison Bottke
ISBN : 9780736938594
Genre : Religion
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This important book from the author of Setting Boundaries with Your Adult Children (more than 40,000 sold) will help adult children who long for a better relationship with their parents but feel trapped in a never-ending cycle of chaos, crisis, or drama. With keen insight and a passion to empower adult children, Allison charts a trustworthy roadmap through the often unfamiliar territory of setting boundaries with parents while maintaining personal balance and avoiding burnout. Through the use of professional advice, true stories, and scriptural truth, readers learn how to apply the "6 Steps to SANITY" S-STOP your own negative behavior A-ASSEMBLE a support group N-NIP excuses in the bud I-IMPLEMENT rules and boundaries T-TRUST your instincts Y-YIELD everything to God Resources are available at the ministry website:
Category: Religion

Being A Moffie With Toxic Parents An Autoethnography Of Bullying And Coming Out

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ISBN : OCLC:1052111685
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ABSTRACT: This article uses autoethnography to impart the author's personal reflections of identity work, reconciling various identities, growing up as a gay boy, experiences of being bullied and subsequently coming out. Growing up in a conservative rural town exposed the author to compulsory heterosexuality and the prevailing order of gender conformity, and highlighted his not fitting in. The intent of autoethnography is to recognise the complicated link between the personal and the cultural, and to make room for non-traditional ways of analysis and communication. Emotion work as a theoretical basis for reconciling his identity, as well as social learning theory, is briefly explored. This is necessary insofar as boys learn to be masculine by imitating others' behaviour and getting responses from them-as the author did in his then boys boarding school. The boys attending the boarding school claimed that disliking 'moflies' (faggots) was just a part of what it means to be a guy, based on heteronormativity as a central component of peer pressure. Boys may use social and emotional harassment/bullying to make it difficult for other boys to be successful at school. The author experienced these interactions with other learners in an Afrikaans working-class high school. In the article, he reflects on the fact that it is through communication, social connections and psychotherapy that a person learns his/her identity and what that means in the culture into which he/she was born.

It S Not You It S Them

Author : Nutri Health and Body Company
ISBN : 1976228263
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This book contains 50 realistic affirmations to help you take control of your life, mind, body and soul. You may have been controlled for many years, but that will be no more. This book will help you develop the mindset to achieve positive self-worth, defy manipulation and grieve the loss of having a loving relationship with your parents. Happiness can be achieved despite your traumatic life, but it has to start with you. This book is step 1.

Child Abuse Bruises On The Inside

Author : Chris Radford
ISBN : 153698146X
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This new book written by Chris Radford uses the author's own story to explore the hidden damage caused by years of toxic parenting.Chris seeks to explain why so many people associate with emotional abuse, and how to recognise the tell tale signs of intent. Bruises on the Inside realises the destructive lifelong effects and explains the damage this has on relationships later in life. It weighs the pros and cons of maintaining contact with the abusers, and the unbelievable example of what happened in the author's own life.This book is a personal journey of what can be learned from the abusive patterns of the past, and how this damaging phenomenon can be used to understand the relationship between thoughts and reality. Chris explores and realises this relationship to reclaim self confidence and build a new and exciting future that is not defined by the abuse of the past.This abuse biography covers the following topics: Child abuse and neglect, toxic parents, suicide, emotional abuse, isolation, mental abuse, healing and emotional rescue. It is not a substitute for the advice of professionals and contains passages that some readers may find disturbing.