One Broken Mom

One Broken Mom

Ameé is not Mother of The Year. Nor is she is a parenting expert with degrees in child psychology. Ameé, in fact, failed at being a mother. <p>Her path to parenthood started with genuine intention and optimism. But unable to understand and manage her inner battles, her marriage ended and she left her husband of ten years as the custodial parent of their two small children. <p>For nearly seven years, Ameé was the "Weekend Mom" until circumstances changed and a wiser, willing Ameé was reunited with her kids and became a full-time single parent. At this point, she knew failure was no longer an option. <p>Today, shouldered by the deeper understanding of childhood experiences and their influence on brain development, Ameé seeks to continue to help herself heal & understand her former limitations as a parent. <p>Amee is now an advocate for other parents who are struggling with their own childhood neglect, abuse and other traumatic experiences. But, by sharing her personal story, she ho... Show More

This episode is a continuation of the topic narcissistic relationships due to many people writing to Ameé  – men and women – expressing their frustrations at repeating the patterns of falling into bed (literally and figuratively) with the same type of person over and over again. So, for those of you still falling off the wagon and finding themselves attracted to another charismatic, over-the-top flattering personality, Ameé brings back to the show Wendy Behary, the author of "Disarming the Narcissist: Surviving and Thriving with the Self-Absorbed" and the founder and Director of The Cognitive Therapy Center of New Jersey and The Schema Therapy Institutes of NJ-NYC and DC, to talk with Ameé about the next steps on your journey to towards finding more secure relationships – not just the ones with other people but more importantly – the secure relationship with YOURSELF.In this episode, you will hear: How will a person feel right after they have left a narcissistic/emotionally manipulative partner? What should a person do then for themselves once they've left an emotionally traumatic situation like this? Should they start dating someone new right away or wait?  What are some key self-examination things one should be doing or looking for about their relationship patterns? What are the non-negotiable RED flags one has to look for if they want to avoid choosing another emotionally abusive partner? Is there a dating process one could do, intentionally, so that red flags can be drawn out sooner than later. What is the best way to break up or break it off with a narcissist?ResourcesBuy the book "Disarming the Narcissist"Wendy Behary's Website

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