Transforming Relationship with Emotional Savvy
Do Hijackals Become Wonderful With A New Partner? GUEST: Bree Bonchay
EMOTIONAL SAVVY: THE RELATIONSHIP HELP SHOW
with Dr. Rhoberta Shaler, The Relationship Help Doctor
HOW CAN I LEARN TO TRUST? Part 2
Today. Dr. Rhoberta Shaler offers further insights into learning to trust, and learning to trust AGAIN.
Trust is such an essential element in a healthy relationship. You may have had previous experiences with folks in your life where you sadly learned you could not trust them. This tends to color your new relationships. Dr. Shaler offers insights to help you gain a new perspective on building trust, a new way of thinking about it that can offer help and hope.
If you missed Part 1, listen to Episode 33.
DO HIJACKALS BECOME WONDERFUL WHEN THEY GET A NEW LOVE?
GUEST: Bree Bonchay, MSW, LCSW
Can a toxic partner really change? A Hijackal®?
What is up with the Hijackal leaving you after being verbally and emotionally abusive, and taking up with a new partner, all sweetness and light? Can a Hijackal really change? And, that quickly?
Does a new partner bring out the best in a narcissist? It often seems that way, doesn't it? And, then, you wonder,
"If s/he can be that happy, laughing and loving, with someone new, was it me? Was I inadequate?"
And, you know what, that's exactly what the Hijackal delights in you thinking. That's because--wait for it--everything was your fault, right?
Bree Bonchay and I take a loaded psychological phrase that is really helpful in understanding why this is all so confusing and we unpack it. You'll understand better why you have the misgivings, and why and how you can set them to rest now.
In Part 2 of the interview, interesting insights into attitude and agreeableness. You'll want to hear about this agreeableness, and it's not what you think.
Very helpful interview to understand why you have such mixed emotions when leaving a Hijackal, and then, when the Hijackal finds new "supply" and seems to be so different from the person you last knew. Listen in.
Why does it seem that the Hijackal® has become an amazing, wonderful person with the new love of their life. Is it real? Today's show will help you to see what's really going on. You need to know.
Bree Bonchay is licensed psychotherapist with almost two decades of experience working in the field of mental health and trauma recovery. She specializes in helping people recover from toxic relationships, and shares her insights about Narcissistic Personality Disorder and psychopathy in her blog FreeFromToxic. Her articles have been featured in major online magazines, she is the founder World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day, (WNAAD), which is celebrated every 1st of June, and she is on the Board of Directors for The Association for NPD/Psychopathy Educators & Survivor Treatment More About Bree Bonchay, LCSW, psychotherapist
Rhoberta Shaler, PhD, The Relationship Help Doctor, provides urgent and ongoing care relationships in crisis. She particularly helps the partners, exes, adult children & co-workers of the crazy-making, relentlessly difficult people she calls “Hijackals®.” She helps them save their sanity and stop the crazy-making. Even the United States Marines have called on her for help!
A relationship expert, mediator, speaker & author of sixteen books, Dr. Shaler consults with clients worldwide through the convenience of the internet. She is the host of two podcasts: Emotional Savvy: The Relationship Help Show, and Save Your Sanity! Help for Handling Hijackals. More About Dr. Rhoberta Shaler
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