Tag: PARENTING

How Your Mind Works Put Simply

I have just finished writing a series of codependency stories where I documented various aspects of situations people found themselves in and how different aspects of their character defined how they saw the situation and ultimately how they behaved. Many showed extreme reactions to the environment around them and some were working on assumptions. I…

Codependency Stories Day 12: Narcissist Grandparent

Today, we meet C who is having trouble with her mother-in-law and is looking to her husband to set boundaries. Something he finds difficult to do due to his codependency with his mother who he tries to please at all costs. He was the “golden child” and was taught that her needs were more important…

New Podcast: Season 1, Episode 2: Releasing Your Inner Mentor

Find out how you can benefit from challenging your self-talk and harmonising your internal family of thinking parts by developing and building an inner mentor, a strong, healthy, compassionate voice that will take leadership. Find out how methodology used by Dr Nicholas Jenner in combination with PsychEngagement┬« will help you take the action needed to…

The Week That Was: Titbits From The Last 7 Days

It has been a busy week in my online therapy practice and a few insights have been gained. As always when I right these types of post, no personal or specific details will be given. A New Podcast Is Coming. Two weeks ago, we produced the first podcast of a new season. It covered how…

Codependency: Stopping Generational Dysfunction

We all have unresolved issues from our past, some conscious and some that we are not aware of. These issues, if not dealt with can have a huge effect on our relationship with our own children and subsequently moves the issue from one generation to the next. I have been offering online therapy for over…

The Lengths That Some Will Go To Keep Their Partner Happy

There is a storyline that runs in the well-known tv series Breaking Bad when one of the main characters rents a house from a woman who he develops a relationship with. As he is an addict, she also falls into the same addiction “because she loves him”. In the end this “love” proves her downfall…

Codependency: What Is A Good Parent?

So where do parents get it wrong? Most parents fail to learn from their own childhood and carry forward dysfunction allowing their own children to carry their baggage. I refuse to believe that anyone who is faced with being a parent cannot learn good parenting skills with positive discipline and connection at the core of…