HSP BlogMy blog will touch upon many topics for treating body/mind/spirit, from diet and exercise to coping, discovering, appreciating, accepting and healing.
First heal from a relationship before ever considering forgiving a narcissistic partner. It’s hard when they’ve been “too good to be true.”
Please hear me when I say to you with all my heart; Whatever a narcissist does to make you feel bad has nothing—NOTHING to do with you.
Fast forward several months to years. The HSW who once had the beautiful glowing flame arrives at my door with barely a flicker left.
The HSW feels she has found her calling, her soulmate, as he needs her so, so much. It’s a perfect match, right?
It seems that approximately 80% of women who arrive for therapy are either in a relationship with a narcissist or recovering from one.
The point of Tapping is to first bring forward and then free negative feelings. Learn to slowly tap out the negative and then invite in the positive.
STOP and think before you react to a new thought. One of the most important tasks is to convince the body that it is still SAFE.
If you know your own limits and cannot directly contribute to this COVID crisis, then I invite you to do what I refer to as Compassionate Detachment.
The external world does not need to be reflected in your internal world. We must create and maintain our own internal story and try our best to live in it.
With each new thought, see if your breath is shallow, regular, or deep. You may be surprised how often you return to shallow breathing.