Coping With Difficult Toxic and/or Abusive People
People with narcissism or who have narcissistic tendencies (personality-disordered or not) often behave in toxic and/or abuse ways. People diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder or Borderline Personality Disorder can often be difficult and challenging to cope with.
In the audio program, “Coping With Difficult Toxic and/or Abusive People” A.J. Mahari talks about the reality of coping with difficult, toxic and/or abusive people generally with a focus on the reality that holidays bring out the worst of the worst in toxic relating. However, it is not only holidays that create the painful reality of lack of mutuality and of emotional unavailability. These are just two staples of a toxic relationship.
Mahari shares her insight as to why people end up stuck in these types of relational patterns and how you can know someone is difficult toxic and/or abusive. What if you have doubts? What if you think this person will change?
Can you help this person be who you want them to be? Can you create intimacy with a difficult, toxic and/or abusive person? How can you cope with them, especially during the stressful times associated with holidays. Holidays and often most days. Toxic relationships with difficult to toxic people aren’t just painful they are the vehicles of toxic love. Toxic love hurts.
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