In today’s episode, I answer listener questions about staying connected to your kids post-divorce, how to handle parental alienation, a healthy approach to decision-making, figuring out if your husband is really changing, and more!
How do we keep our kids from further harm and teach them to protect themselves when home, the very place they are supposed to be safest, is damaging to their bodies, minds, and souls? Dr. Debra Wingfield how to help children thrive, despite the challenges of an abusive home.
Natalie draws from her own story—the pains and the triumphs—to answer two listener questions from women just like you. These women have taken all the blame, and struggle with knowing their true responsibility—whether their bad marriage, and all the fallout from it, are really their fault.
It’s a question no one wants to ask because no one wants to experience it: How do you deal with the pain of being rejected by your family?
Relationships with adult children who grew up in abusive homes are often painful, tricky, and traumatic. How do we navigate the complicated issues that constantly arise, without repeating mistakes of the past?
Parenting small children in an emotionally destructive home is brutal. How do you help yourself, much less your kids?
Have you ever loved someone you can’t reach? Someone who hurts you and pushes you away, but you know they desperately need your love? Sometimes we have to love them from a distance.
Learn how to support and nurture traumatized kids while healing from your own trauma and breaking generational patterns of abuse.
It’s hard to parent when you and your kids have experienced the trauma of emotional abuse. What do you need most to help you parent effectively?