Angie Atkinson
Angie Atkinson
Jan 19, 2021
Learning to Trust Again, Plus Live Support Session
Play • 1 hr 17 min
Discover. Understand. Overcome. It's how smart people change their lives! Subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/AuthorAngelaAtkinson?sub_confirmation=1 **NEW!! Become a member of my channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBnyC5I55W__RBj1PMybF5g/join **Never miss a live session! Just text "AngieLive" (no spaces) to 33222 and I'll send you a text each time I get ready to go live! Schedule a coaching appointment with me at https://queenbeeing.com/coaching or http://narcissisticabuserecovery.online Start your healing at https://queenbeeing.com. Take your life to the next level at https://shine.buzz Get my books at http://booksangiewrote.com, pick up your free 7-day fear-busting email course (specially designed for narcissistic relationship survivors) at http://narcissismsupportcoach.com. Join SPAN (Support for People Affected by Narcissism in toxic relationships) - AKA "The SPANily" - at http://queenbeeing.com/group-support. Let's Also Connect On: Facebook at https://facebook.com/coachangieatkinson. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachangieatkinson/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@coachangieatkinson/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/angyatkinson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/angieatkinson

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The Narcissist in Your Life Podcast
The Narcissist in Your Life Podcast
Linda Martinez-Lewi, Ph.D.
Denial and Delusion - Constant Companions of the High Level Narcissist
Denial is a powerful defense mechanism that the high level narcissist uses to create his/her reality. Cruel, cunning, plotting, scheming, the high level believes that he is a person of fine character. The high level narcissist denies the truth about his/her true nature. When the narcissist falters in his personal and professional obligations, he adroitly blames others, especially those close to him for negative outcomes. The high level is never wrong. His false self is giddy, riding on the irrational waves of denial. The high level narcissist's delusional sense of self is created out of an over the top inflated ego. Obsessed with creating and maintaining a perfect image, the high level narcissist pursues the perfection of the external self: personal appearance, extravagant lifestyles, luxurious homes. Pompous, grandiose, the high level narcissist is convinced that he is intrinsically superior to others and therefore entitled to control them. Those who don't meet his outrageous demands and standards of value are treated with scorn and disdain. You are the opposite of the high level narcissist. You seek the evolution of the original self with indispensable qualities: independence of thinking, taking initiative, recognizing one's mistakes, learning the lessons and moving forward along your own pathways of evolution, exploration and enjoyment of your unique creative gifts, intuitive insights, wisdom of the body/mind, development of the spiritual self as you define this. https://tinyurl.com/y39j2uke www.mhnrnetwork.com https://tinyurl.com/y3ss5clg
6 min
The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast
The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast
Kate Anthony, CPCC
DSG Abuse Mini-Series: Escaping Financial Abuse with Lili Vasileff
Financial abuse is the exertion of power, control, and manipulation to the detriment of a person. This form of abuse negatively impacts a person in a number of ways. Here’s the thing, many women become financially disempowered after marriage and experience financial abuse in silence. So, this week, during the Divorce Survival Guide series on abuse, we are exploring the topic of financial abuse. My special guest is Lili Vasileff. She is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF™) specializing in Matrimonial Litigation, and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®). In this episode we explore what financial abuse looks like, the complexities involved, and red flags to watch for. And yes, while this is a conversation about financial abuse, it is also one about financial empowerment too. Join me next week when we explore how to communicate with a high-conflict co-parent. You can sign up for my email list to be notified whenever a new episode is released or subscribe to the podcast on your favorite podcast listening app. Show Highlights * The difference between financial infidelity and financial abuse. (4:52) * Financial abuse explained. Did you know that one in three victims of financial abuse don't even recognize it for what it is? (8:12) * Is financial abuse common? Lili shares. Plus, some ways it may show up in a relationship. (9:46) * Steps to take to ensure financial security at the beginning of a relationship. (18:38) * You want to get divorced but have been abused, controlled, and manipulated. Lili offers some ways to get out of this type of situation and find financial freedom. (22:41) * There are organizations willing to teach, help, and support women to get back into a career, to learn how to budget, learn how to invest, and go through a divorce. (26:44) * Some red flags and characteristics of a financial abuser. (35:26) Learn More About Lili: Lili A. Vasileff is a fee-only Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF™) specializing in Matrimonial Litigation, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®), and President of Wealth Protection Management based in Greenwich, CT. She is a trained mediator, collaborative financial specialist, and qualified litigation expert. She trains divorce professionals in the Collaborative process and presents on financial topics regularly at the New York City Bar Association. She is a nationally recognized expert practitioner, speaker, writer, and author of three books: “Money & Divorce: The Essential Roadmap to Mastering Financial Decisions” published by the American Bar Association; and “The Ultimate Divorce Organizer, The Complete Interactive Guide to Achieving the Best Legal, Financial and Personal Divorce”, and “The Divorce Planner Checklist”. Lili is the co-president of the National Association of Divorce Financial Planners (ADFP). Her awards include the prestigious 2013 Pioneering Award for outstanding public advocacy and leadership in the field of divorce financial planning, the Women’s Choice Award as a highly recommended Financial Advisor by Women for Women; CEO Today 2018 Business Woman of the Year Award; Five Star Wealth Manager Award for last 12 years, the Best Wealth Protection Manager 2019 - Northeast USA and Recognized Leader in Divorce Finance 2019 by Wealth & Money Management, and Marquis Who’s Who Albert Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award. Her website is www.wealthprotectionmanagement.com. Resources & Links: Lili’s website Lili on Twitter Lili on LinkedIn Lili on Instagram Lili on Facebook Lili on YouTube DSG Abuse Mini-Series: Escaping Domestic Violence with Leslie Morgan Steiner DSG Abuse Mini-Series: Escaping Emotional Abuse with Beverly Engel Should I Stay or Should I Go Facebook Group The Thrive Fund JOIN THE SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO FACEBOOK GROUP
48 min
Healing From Emotional Abuse
Healing From Emotional Abuse
marissafayecohen
Healing From Emotional Abuse: Relationship Goals
Can you heal from abuse?  What do I do after leaving my narcissist? What does a healthy relationship look like? These concerns cross the minds of over 20 people every minute; over 28,800 people every day.  And the sad fact is, we still don’t talk about it enough.  Healing from Emotional Abuse isn’t a bandaid situation.  But it doesn’t have to be a five year process either. Millions of other survivors around the worlds entire lives have been impacted by their narcissist.  Yours doesn’t have to.  To show you how to live a free, confident and peaceful life, your host and Founder of the Healing From Emotional Abuse Philosophy, Marissa F. Cohen.   Overcoming narcissism and healing from emotional abuse are so important to your mental health and to living a life of freedom, confidence and peace.  Today, I want to talk about relationship goals. We all have a picture of our perfect relationship and our perfect partner.  What we want out of a healthy relationship varies based on our specific wants and needs. Figuring out what you want, and the type of partner you want is a good way to help yourself find that person.   The qualities and characteristics of your dream partner that you focus on are the ones that come to you.  We as survivors get wrapped up in the negatives that we’ve experienced and focus on those.  We concentrate on the red flags we’ve experienced, the toxic traits they exhibited, and how horrible it was on their bad days.  And as we continue to focus on those, we are revictimizing ourselves and attracting people that were just like them.    What were some toxic people traits that your abuser exhibited? Were they aggressive? Manipulative? Unkind to animals? Loud? Think about and identify as many as you can, because this is the last time you’re going to focus on these.   That cycle needs to stop.  You deserve a healthy relationship with a partner that respects your boundaries, shows you kindness all the time, and makes you feel happy and confident.  Someone who doesn’t try and break you down and control you.  Love isn’t control.  Love isn’t disrespect. Love isn’t explosive bursts and fighting. Love is respect.  Love is kindness.  Love is understanding. Love is healthy communication. What is your definition of love?  What characteristics do you want in your partner? Don’t focus on what you don’t want.  Focus on what you do want.   I want to do an activity with you.  I want you to take out a piece of paper or the notepad on your phone.  And I want you to sit and really think about the qualities of a partner that you’re looking for.  Are they funny?  Do they make you smile?  Do they bring home flowers or your favorite candy for you?  Are they open to respectfully talking with you or debating?   Think 10 years into the future.  What do you have in your healthy relationship?  Do you have open communication?  Do you have silly dance parties?  Do you have movie nights?   For me, I need someone with opinions, someone with a sense of humor who can match my enthusiasm for comedy movies. Someone who is outgoing and kind.  Someone who is low-maintenance, because a hyper person is too much for me romantically.  Who loves animals, because my dogs are my babies.  Someone who is communicative and understanding.  Someone who is aspirational. And someone who is grounded, to help me keep my feet on the ground.   What are yours?  Make your list.  And really think about these qualities.  After you’ve made your list, focus on those qualities.  Focus on finding someone who fits your description.  Where focus goes, energy flows.  And if you stay positive and focus on the positive attributes of a healthy partner and a healthy relationship, the toxic people will stop being attractive to you, and you’ll stop picking toxic partners and unhealthy relationships. You’ll find your relationship goals and live happily, free and confident.   Happy Searching!   Hey! If you enjoyed this podcast, you have to check out www.MarissaFayeCohen.com/Private-Coaching. Marissa would love to develop a made-for-you healing plan to heal from emotional abuse. She does all the work, and you just show up. Stop feeling stuck, alone, and hurt, and live a free, confident, and peaceful life.  Don’t forget to subscribe to the Healing From Emotional Abuse podcast, and follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/marissafcohen, and instagram @Marissa.Faye.Cohen. We’d love to see you there!   narcissist, narcissism, overcoming narcissism, toxic relationship, toxic people, ways to heal, how to heal from emotional abuse, living with a narcissist, good friends, healthy relationship, intimate partner violence, intimate partner relationship, healthy relationships, self love, confidence, self esteem, low self esteem, self esteem activities, confidence exercises, breaking through the silence, what does emotional abuse do to you, what does it mean to be narcissistic, what being with a narcissist does to you, what emotional abuse does to you, learning how to trust myself again, i trust myself, i only trust myself, in myself i trust, toxic relationship, toxic partner, toxic person, toxic people, trust myself, Can you heal from abuse, narcissistic relationships, What do I do after leaving my narcissist, What does a healthy relationship look like, narcissistic women in relationships, narcissistic personality disorder in relationships, covert narcissism in relationships, being in a relationship with a narcissist, empath narcissist relationship, narcissist in love relationships, vulnerable narcissist relationship, narcissist mind games, narcissistic mind games example, mind games narcissists play, mind games of a narcissist, covert narcissist mind games, mind games played by narcissists, mind games of narcissist, narcissist and mind games, sexual harassment, narcissist playing mind games, mind games narcissist, narcissists and relationships, toxic relationship, toxic partner, toxic person, toxic people, Reclaim Your Life, Healing Steps, You’re not alone, I’m a survivor, physical abuse, emotional abuse, verbal abuse, mental abuse, financial abuse, sexual abuse, sexual assault, spiritual abuse, consent, what is consent,  relationship goals, relationship goal, couples goal, couple goals, couples goals, healthy relationship, what makes a good relationship,
5 min
The Adult Chair
The Adult Chair
Michelle Chalfant
251: How Feeling Your Emotions Can Change Your Relationship with Graham Chalfant
Everyone wants connection — we’re hardwired for it as humans! But we can only connect as deeply with others as we’ve connected with ourselves. Strong relationships start by going within, feeling our emotions and being willing to open up and share with our partners. On this week’s podcast, I have a very, very special guest...my husband! We’re talking with you today together and sharing some very personal details about our marriage and how feeling emotions has changed our relationship for the better. Graham comes from a background where emotions weren’t expressed, and I come from an Italian family that was very expressive. For so many years, we both saw the other as not emotional enough or too emotional. Learning to feel, honor and share our emotions has deepened our connection so much and been so transformational for us. In this episode, Graham shares what helped him learn to process his emotions, how that’s changed his response to different situations and the changes we’ve both seen in our relationship. Listen to discover: * How relationships can help us overcome childhood issues when we approach them with consciousness * The importance of raw, open communication in a relationship * Somatic processing and the power of feeling emotions in the body * Navigating anger and stress in a relationship * How feeling emotions deepens intimacy (both emotional and physical) By the way, Graham did all of this work on his own (no bonus points for having a spouse who is a therapist and coach!). Which means YOU can do this too! We’re all born with the ability to feel our emotions, but we have to tune in with intention instead of running away from them. When we do, we’ll find they stop coming out sideways and are instead an invitation into deeper connection with others. “When we engage in a relationship with another human being, our childhood issues are going to rear up. That person is here to help us work through those childhood issues.” - Michelle Chalfant “Once our youngest child left the house, then it all slowed down and it became more apparent to me that I needed to figure out this ‘feeling’ thing.” - Graham Chalfant “I learned I could just sit with it and in 30 seconds, that heaviness would literally melt away.” - Graham Chalfant “Everybody has the ability to feel emotions. At some point along our life journey, we turn them off and turn them down.” - Michelle Chalfant “When you feel an emotion without building a story around it, the emotion goes through you in 90 seconds.” - Michelle Chalfant Resources Episode #42: Inviting Your Relationship into The Adult Chair with Michelle and Graham Chalfant https://theadultchair.com/podcasts/42-inviting-your-relationship-into-the-adult-chair-with-michelle-and-graham-chalfant/ Episode #49: Am I Fraud? Imposter Syndrome & You! https://theadultchair.com/podcasts/49-am-i-a-fraud-imposter-syndrome-you/ P&G Hair Food https://hairfood.com/ Or find at Bed Bath & Beyond, Amazon, Target or Walmart The Adult Chair Workshop - Charleston New Dates: September 16-18, 2021 https://theadultchair.com/charleston/ More Adult Chair The Adult Chair Website https://theadultchair.com The Adult Chair Membership https://theadultchair.com/membership/ The Adult Chair Workshop https://theadultchair.com/events/ The Adult Chair Coaching Certification https://theadultchair.com/certification-program/ TAC Circles https://theadultchair.com/taccircles/ (Previously “TAC Gatherings”) Stay Connected Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michelle.chalfant Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MichelleChalfantFanPage/ The Adult Chair Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theadultchair/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Michellechalfant *** EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com
57 min
Your Anxiety Toolkit
Your Anxiety Toolkit
Kimberley Quinlan, LMFT
Ep. 178: Ways to Break the Cycle of Perfectionism with Menije Boduryan
Welcome back to another episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast. Today we have on an amazing guest and therapist, Menije Boduryan. Menije is an OCD specialist as well as a specialist on perfectionism. She is here today to talk to us about perfectionism and to give us some tips on how to manage perfectionism in our own lives. Menije defines perfectionism as a drive to do things perfectly with anything less than 100% being unacceptable. It is a desire to want everything to be flawless and in that desire, comes a lot of expectations or rules that people set for themselves. She explains that perfectionism becomes a mindset and you begin to operate in the world expecting yourself to be perfect, as well as your partner, your best friend, your clothes, your work desk, what you eat, and how you exercise to all be perfect. It becomes powerful because our self-identity becomes so attached to this idea of being perfect. It is not just about the desire to do things perfectly, but it also becomes a belief that once you do things perfectly, then you are enough, you are worthy. Menije shares with us a bit about her own struggles with perfectionism and how perfectionism impacts our relationships. She describes how it is really possible to fall into a cycle with perfectionism. If you fall short in something you are doing, which you inevitably will, you start into the cycle of feeling shame and that you are not good enough so you then strive to work harder the next time to achieve that level of perfection. Menije shares with us one of the best ways to break out of that cycle of perfectionism is really to just give ourselves a tremendous amount of self-compassion. Recognizing that whatever happens today, I am worthy and I am enough. She also describes that breaking out of the cycle involves being able to tolerate your imperfections. Really being able to sit with the discomfort and anxiety that will come when you have done something that is not perfect. She describes it as very similar to exposure therapy. This interview is full of so many amazing insights. I hope you will find it as helpful and as meaningful as I did. Menije's Instagram @dr.menije If you get a moment, please go over to wherever you listen to podcasts, whether that be Apple Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify, Podbean, and leave an honest review. Tell me how you feel about it, whether it's helping you, what you'd like to see. We are going to give away a pair of Beats headphones of your choice of color once we hit a thousand reviews! ERP School, BFRB School and Mindfulness School for OCD are open for purchase. Click here for more information. Coming in March ERP School will be available with bonus material! Additional exciting news! ERP School is now CEU approved which means that it is an accredited course for therapists and mental health professionals to take towards their continuing education credit hours. Please click here for more information.
35 min
My Seven Chakras With AJ
My Seven Chakras With AJ
Aditya Jaykumar (AJ)
Ayurvedic And Yogic Healing Rituals For The Overworked and Underjoyed!
In this episode, I have a conversation with my friend Salila Sukumaran about an Ayurvedic and Breathwork workshop that are conducting called Vedic Rituals for Improved Immunity and Self Care. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to use ancient ayurvedic meals to reduce stress, supercharge your immunity, strengthen your lungs, improve your sleep quality and protect your entire family in this midst of this global situation, then you will love to hear about this hands on workshop that we have planned on zoom. It’s a 3 hour workshop, taking place on March 14, and in this episode we talk about the why, the what, the when and the how for this group experience. ✅ Ayurveda Workshop with AJ and Salila. Grab your early bird spot: *mysevenchakras.com/ayurvedaworkshop* ( http://www.mysevenchakras.com/ayurvedaworkshop ) ✅ Leave a voice message on my website! (click the blue mic): *https://mysevenchakras.com* ( https://mysevenchakras.com/ ) ✅ Free Breathwork Foundations Course: *http://mysevenchakras.com/freebreathworkcourse* ( http://mysevenchakras.com/freebreathworkcourse ) ✅ 1:1 Healing Breathwork with AJ on Zoom (Affordable sliding scale donation!): *Click here to see available spots* ( https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?appointmentType=19763439&owner=21773079 ) ✅ Free 40-minute on-demand Breathwork training: *https://bit.ly/34VyGLI​​* ( https://bit.ly/34VyGLI%E2%80%8B%E2%80%8B ) ✅ Recommended Breathwork Course: *https://bit.ly/3mZXSqI* ( https://bit.ly/3mZXSqI ) ​​ ✅ Recommended Breathwork Instructor Program: *https://bit.ly/3pFxZOH* ( https://bit.ly/3pFxZOH ) ​​ ✅ Join our Facebook Group to be notified about our upcoming Breathwork circles, visit *https://mysevenchakras.com/tribe* ( https://mysevenchakras.com/tribe ) ​​ ✅ To claim your Free audiobook credit and start listening to your next audiobook, visit *https://mysevenchakras.com/freebook* ( https://mysevenchakras.com/freebook ) ​​ ✅ Listen to the audio podcast: *https://link.chtbl.com/audiopodcast​​* ( https://link.chtbl.com/audiopodcast%E2%80%8B%E2%80%8B ) ✅ To learn more about AJ, visit *https://www.mysevenchakras.com/learnmore* ( https://www.mysevenchakras.com/learnmore ) ✅ Subscribe on Youtube: *https://bit.ly/37z987N​​* ( https://bit.ly/37z987N%E2%80%8B%E2%80%8B ) Podcast Recording Equipment: ✅ Podcast microphone: *https://amzn.to/3rwVlaS* ( https://amzn.to/3rwVlaS ) ​​ ✅ Webcam: *https://amzn.to/2M3IuMW​​* ( https://amzn.to/2M3IuMW%E2%80%8B%E2%80%8B ) ✅ Best affordable apps for small business owners: *https://bit.ly/2WU9gJR* ( https://bit.ly/2WU9gJR ) Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/my-seven-chakras-with-aj/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
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