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COPMI

Children of Parents with Mental Illness Then Your youth was centered around a father or mother with an (undiagnosed) psychological or psychiatric disorder. You were a normal child in an abnormal home situation. Your...

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The ABC of narcissism

Anti-Social Personality Disorder (ASPD). A type of personality disorder in which an individual shows a strong disregard for norms, morals and the law, or the rights and safety of others.  People with the disorder...

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Psychopathy

Psychopathy is not a term that is officially used in the field of psychiatry. Although it’s used interchangeably with terms such as anti-social personality disorder (AsPd) and sociopathy, there are however, differences between them....

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Borderline

People with borderline personality disorder (BPD) experience extreme changes in their feelings, mood, behavior and are unbalanced in maintaining a self image and relationships.  BPD is also sometimes referred to as Unstable Personality Disorder...

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Narcissists at work

Stress or even a burnout due to the behavior of a manager or team leader is very common. Ironically, the lack of leadership is often the cause of work stress. Your boss, or colleague...

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Why you need a strategy against toxic people

Toxic people don’t always mean to harm people, but they do. Sometimes just by being around, they can cause a loss of energy that results in mental en physical health problems for other people....

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Constellations

A constellation is an exercise where a deeper awareness can arise regarding your own position in a larger whole. This larger whole can be the family (of origin) but also, for instance, a work environment. In a...

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Emotional Freedom Technique

EFT also known as tapping EFT is a simple and practical method for reducing stress. The philosophy behind it is that all negative emotions are caused by disturbance of the energy system. Treatments like acupuncture...

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Trauma healing

Psychotrauma arises from the incapacity to process hurtful experiences. As a result, the experience remains locked in your body and mind. A trauma can happen in childhood, but can also occur later in life. Your sense...

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Narcissism

The Freudian term ‘the narcissistic phase’ used in the field of child psychology refers to a period which occurs approximately between the ages of 2 to 3 or 4. This is a crucial  developmental phase...