It’s that time again! I am pleased to announce the programme and schedule for Group Therapy with Dr Nicholas Jenner 2022. This year, I will be expanding the programme to cover more subjects. There will be groups for codependency, dealing with toxic shame, increasing self-esteem and mindful communication for couples.
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Nobody, under any circumstances, has the right to treat another person badly, with disdain or aggression. Given some of the stories I hear in therapy, you are correct in questioning whether such advice exists at all.
Break-ups can be nasty experiences and we all go through them. The best case scenario is that a couple can mutually agree to separate and logically work through that process. However, the presence of emotion and sometimes extreme emotion, makes that seemingly simple process extremely difficult.
For a codependent, the capacity to recognise the need to make a choice and the bravery to follow it through might be the difference between being in an abusive, manipulative relationship and being in a relationship that is both meaningful and rewarding.
Free From Codependency is devoted to educating readers about all aspects of codependent recovery, including the underlying causes and symptoms of the condition. It is a service that I am pleased to provide. At this time of year, I like to take a look back at the blog to see what topics people were actually interested in while they were reading it. Given the complexities of the issue, it is not unexpected that some of the most in-depth facets of codependency were the most popular. The top three most popular posts from the year 2021 have been reproduced here for your reading pleasure…
Anger transcends feelings. Indeed, your body goes into overdrive when it detects a danger. It begins by releasing adrenaline, the “fight or flight” hormone. Your heart rate accelerates and your blood pressure rises in response. Simultaneously, your senses are stimulated, your muscles tense, and your hands and cheeks flush…