This is the last episode in the Narcissism series. Today we will take a closer look at ourselves. First, we ask, what are traits I might possess that would attract a Narcissist? Second, we ask, as I become aware of my own Narcissist tendencies, what do I need to be aware of in order to change for the better? Thanks to Paige Harris for joining us in this discussion and for the amazing and incredibly helpful freebies!
Working with a narcissist or someone with narcissistic tendencies can be overwhelmingly difficult, if not traumatizing and/or crazy making. Today we look at the signs and symptoms that can help you identify if you are working with a narcissistic leader or colleague. We discuss what you may feel being on the receiving end of this relationship and discuss a few survival strategies when you find yourself in a relationship with a narcissist. A special thank you to Paige Harris for an informative and delightful discussion on a tough topic.
Relating to a Narcissist can be a traumatic experience. Today we take a deeper dive into understanding what you may experience when you find yourself in a relationship with a Covert Narcissist. My guest, Life Coach Paige Harris, joins the discussion again and helps us understand terms like “deflection”, “relationship vs. partnership” and “the antagonized you”.
Relating to a Narcissist can be a traumatic experience. Today we take a deeper dive into understanding what you may experience when you find yourself in a relationship with a Covert Narcissist. My guest, Life Coach Paige Harris, joins the discussion again and helps us understand terms like “love bomb,” “gas-lighting,” “master imposter” and “trauma bond.”
“My love is unconditional. My trust and my respect are not.” ~Lifehacks.io
Relating to a Narcissist can be a traumatic experience. Today we define Narcissism and discuss how to recognize one when you see one. My special guest, Life Coach Paige Harris, joins the discussion and helps us understand the difference between an Overt and a Covert Narcissist.
“I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.” ~Lifehacks.io
“What’s wrong with me?” Last week we took a serious look at this question and, today, we will discover the third component while peering deeper into the question. Additionally, we will discover a second, even more profound question, that we must be asking ourselves. Listen in today for a deeper look at the old question and discover the new question we must all be asking ourselves!
“What’s wrong with me?” Does this question sound familiar? We are most tempted to ask ourselves this question when we are experiencing stress in our lives and/or in relationships. Perhaps this question needs to lead us to something deeper, something that leads to change. Listen in today for a deeper look at the question we all ask ourselves, “What’s wrong with me?”
“Life is like a camera…focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives, and if things don’t work out, take another shot.”~Ziad K. Abdelnour
Not having a self-care strategy is a luxury we can no longer afford. The pace of life, our western thinking and behaviors demand that we develop a self-care strategy to be the healthiest version of our selves we can be. In today’s podcast, Dawn brings together the four components and the four supports for developing a healthy self-care plan. So, what is your self-care strategy?
Today’s podcast examines consequences and self-care ideas for use during times of stress, trauma and transition. Begin brainstorming your unique self-care strategy and more specifically, hear how several women’s emotions (negative and positive) were helpful for them and used for good.
“Self-care is never a selfish act. It is simply good stewardship of the only gift I have, the gift I was put on earth to offer others. Anytime we can listen to our true self and give the care it requires, we do it not only for ourselves, but for the many others whose lives we touch.” ~Parker Palmer
Self-care is quite the buzz word these days and it is often relegated to the back seat of pampering or over-indulgence. Yet, this kind of indulgence is not required for survival during times of stress, transition or trauma. The self-care discussed here is about developing tools to cultivate a sustainable well-being during life’s challenges.
“Caring for myself is not about self-indulgence, it’s about self-preservation.” ~Audre Lorde