We’d been working up to it for months… and then the day was finally there! Aubrey’s first book was to be published. We celebrated with a wonderful live event on Facebook.
I have had the immense privilege to edit Aubrey’s upcoming book Bodies in the Basement. It is coming to Amazon tomorrow, and I couldn’t be more proud of my dear friend.
There is mostly quantity of conversation in my family though, not quality. Lots of noise, but little real communication.
reminds you of how brave and strong you are for standing tall in the face of your abuser. How far you have come on your journey.
When you are a target of a toxic person, especially when there are more people in the dynamic, they will make sure you feel isolated and alone.
Toxic people take no responsibility for any of their behavior. They will try to have deniability, although they’re also prone to the ‘stone cold denial’.
With PTSD Awareness Month (June) just around the corner, we want to share with you some of the strategies that we use to cope with overwhelming emotions.
Living in a toxic family meant there was always some drama going on, and my parents were often in the eye of the storm. See, that is how they tend to roll.
More people suffer emotional abuse than you think. You are not alone! There is healing in connecting with people who have shared this experience and can validate and support you.
Ever notice how some people are never to blame for anything? Every toxic person I have ever met operates under the principle: denial, denial, denial!