Mean Lady Talking

Mean Lady Talking

This is the podcast that tackles tough questions about relationship breakups (especially with the personality disordered), healing unresolved losses, becoming healthy and finding love again. It may not be the advice you want, but it's probably the straight up advice you need about difficult subjects to get you to a place in your life where you are happy, whole and FREE of dysfunctional crazies!

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May 3, 2022 63 min

In this episode we discuss the situations created by commitmentphobic people, the frustration of those involved with them and how to deal with the distressing aftermath of recovering from a relationship with a commitmentphobe.

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The last episode of Season 3 - thoughts about "Toxic Positivity" and healing through BALANCE.
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This episode is answering a few emails that are too long for Lightening Road questions and too short for Mail We Get Mail. YouTube version is here: https://youtu.be/WOLgl8cTtH0  and the ending contains the long version of the theme song - listener requested. ENJOY!

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Adult children of dysfunctional parents continued.  YouTube version here: https://youtu.be/aXnVlbArsz8

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This episode is a Meanie-requested topic: if you have nothing but bad memories of an adult caregiver, why do we find ourselves attracted to the same type that hurt us? It's a bit of a complex answer but one that is worth figuring out and resolving, once and for all. The YouTube link is: https://youtu.be/eEyYEr6AQZE (please go there, like and subscribe, but listen to the episode on the most convenient app to you). 

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November 1, 2021 41 min

This is the response to some of the comments from the Boundaries series.  Good people are not doormats and thinking you're "good and loving" when you're merely foolish is not a winnin strategy and you will never get healthy like that. 

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This episode explains the "narcissism continuum" from the DSM definition of Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Pathological Narcissism, through healthy self-esteem. There is a discussion about subtypes, mostly covert and overt but I mention others, misconceptions about female narcissists, a bit of a deep dive into the differences between male and female narcissists and reasons why studies on female narcissists are scant, an...

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This episode explains the "narcissism continuum" from the DSM definition of Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Pathological Narcissism, through healthy self-esteem. A discussion about subtypes, mostly covert and overt, misconceptions about female narcissists, a bit of the differences between male and female narcissists and reasons why studies on female narcissists are scant, part C I discuss the narcissistic Watts and Colem...

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This episode explains the "narcissism continuum" from the DSM definition of Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Pathological Narcissism, through healthy self-esteem. There is a discussion about subtypes, mostly covert and overt but I mention others, misconceptions about female narcissists, a bit of a deep dive into the differences between male and female narcissists and reasons why studies on female narcissists are scant, an...

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September 30, 2021 36 min

A round robin update/answering your questions episode with a short commentary on the #GabbyPetito case and #DomesticViolence at the end. 

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September 11, 2021 44 min

In this episode we are talking about intimacy and what it entails and how you should be measuring your relationships as to whether or not they are "intimate." 

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When is it okay to withhold information from a potential mate?  How much do you need to share? What is the difference between secrets that are okay, secrets that are not okay and lies of omission? 

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September 4, 2021 37 min

Here is the Almost Labor Day podcast! 

Speaking of Labor and taking a break from the work: Sometimes we need complex, multi-level answers to complicated issues.  But other times, the simplest answer is the best.  We all know the slogan Keep It Simple, S....  but we don't need to call ourselves names...Just keep it simple!

The YouTube version is at https://youtu.be/3i7_C1wI51o  
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One of the reasons why some of us hold on is because we fear that when we let go for good, our ex will become the person we wanted him or her to be. It doesn't matter and we need to let that go. Holding on for something that may not happen and may not work even if it does, isn't a solid plan. 

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Following up with some points left out of the recent Boundaries and Jealousy podcasts.

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August 18, 2021 58 min

These are the true crime cases that illustrate when jealousy and envy go too far and someone winds up dead. 

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August 18, 2021 54 min

The first part of this episode explaining jealousy/envy and the pathological forms of it. 

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July 4, 2021 49 min

The ending of a relationship never feels good, but it feels even worse when you didn't see it coming.  In this "Mail. We Get Mail" episode, we discuss 2 scenarios where people - one man and one woman - were each blindsided by the end. 

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THE FINALE of the MUCH requested 4-part Boundaries episode. If you didn't listen to the other 3 parts, this is not going to have the impact it would have it you had. Yes, I know it's long but all of this is necessary to the importance of the ultimate lesson here.

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Part 3 - of the MUCH requested 4-part Boundaries episode.  It's long but all of this is necessary to the importance of the ultimate lesson here.

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