For your convenience and reading pleasure: a round-up of all the articles that SwanWaters has shared this week.

Happy Sunday!

November 4 – November 11

In this episode of the Pint-Sized Healing Podcast, Carrie and Mags talk about an old blog post entitled: The Blissful World Where the Narcissist Is Never To Blame. Listen here.

Resilience by Mark McGuinness points the way to the true path to success. Making your dreams come true isn’t something that only happens in fairy tales; if you’re willing to put in the hard work and not shy away at the first sign of difficulty, you can pursue your dreams and live the life you’ve always wanted. All it takes is resilience – the ability to keep moving forward even when your inner voice is trying to stop you.

Beginner’s Body Scan Meditation—Are you feeling overwhelmed? Out of touch? Unbalanced? Try this meditation practice to relax your body from head to toe.

Read Aubrey’s analysis of four reasons that keep targets of abuse in place.

Society has a built in stigma against children who cut parents out of their lives. Particularly daughters who cut out their mothers. It’s as if there’s a silent code that we must adhere to that preserves the semblance of a loving mother-daughter relationship where none exists. And it’s unfair says Monika Sudakov.

Do you need some help to make your escape? Here is a free Healing Academy module with some advice on how to get out, stay safe, and stay away.

Since November 10 was SesameStreetDay, let Will I Am and the Sesame Street crew cheer you up and give you a bit of a pep talk 🙂 (crank up the volume for full effect!)


October 29 – November 4

Invitation To The SwanWaters Facebook Live Pajama Party— Come and hang out with Mags and the SwanWaters team for a special Facebook Live sleepover party! We’ll be going live every hour for 24 hours to discuss some cool topics! Join the Facebook Group to be a part of this event!

5 Forms Of PTSD Projection And How They’re Reenacted—”The emotional hardships (trauma) that you experienced earlier in life are repeated. The circumstances and the people involved might be different but the emotional content is the same, or it’s opposite, which is, by reflection, similar.

Aubrey Cole explains why targets of abuse don’t “just leave” in this article.

Pint-Sized Healing Section—Looking for some great resources to help you heal after leaving toxic relationships behind you? Click the link below to find helpful insights and info to assist you in doing just that.

Beginner’s Body Scan Meditation—Are you feeling overwhelmed? Out of touch? Unbalanced? Try this meditation practice to relax your body from head to toe.

A link to download your FREE copy of Healing After Abuse: Find Tools That Work For You by Mags Thomson.

Have Balance And Harmony Been Missing From Your Life?—You shouldn’t feel like you are constantly stretched to the limit and at odds with yourself. Perhaps it’s time to figure out what’s going on, and discover if you may be dealing with toxic dynamics.

Do you need some help to make your escape? Here is a free Healing Academy module with some advice on how to get out, stay safe, and stay away.

Susan David, author of Emotional Agility, and leading psychologist at Harvard Medical School, talks with Leah Weiss, a professor at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, about the value of liberating emotions in a healthy way, how to bring your emotions into your professional life, and what it means to be truly and deeply compassionate.

In this week’s episode of the Pint-Sized Healing Podcast, Mags talks about why no revenge is the best revenge.

 


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