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Stronger for the Breaks: How to Heal from a Toxic Parent

Stronger for the Breaks - How to Heal from a Toxic Parent - Hey Sigmund - Karen Young

I will take everything negative about my mother and flip it in my life: I will create a welcoming and warm home life; I will express love and encourage others daily; I will extend myself to those in need and I will remember: a life well-lived is the best revenge.

Thirty Healing Affirmations for Daughters of Toxic Mothers, written by Rayne Wolfe.

Narcissistic mothers teach their daughters that love is not unconditional, that it is given only when they behave in accordance with maternal expectations and whims. As adults, these daughters have difficulty overcoming feelings of inadequacy, disappointment, emotional emptiness, and sadness.

Narcissistic mothers teach their daughters that love is not unconditional, that it is given only when they behave in accordance with maternal expectations and whims. As adults, these daughters have difficulty overcoming feelings of inadequacy, disappointm

Don't settle be stronger  than these assholes and bitches  in this world

Just because a person doesn't put hands on you, that doesn't mean they aren't abusive. Abuse is control, blatant disrespect, & also hurtful words. Don't settle for emotional abuse thinking it's ok because it's not physical.

"While the govt doles out billions of SS reserve funding to collect child support along with court action, children are denied their fathers either through minuscule visitation or no visitation. I was the daughter of one such arrangement and didn't have much of a relationship with my father until I got much older. Not happy about it then, not happy about it now." Jan Smith Olympia, WA

There's a National Coalition for Men

Thirty Healing Affirmations for Daughters of Toxic Mothers, written by Rayne Wolfe, originally posted on the blog 8 Women Dream but taken from Randi G. Fine

Thirty Healing Affirmations for Daughters of Toxic Mothers, written by Rayne Wolfe,

Silent treatment. A way to block you out. They want to do all the talking, but the minute you disagree with them, they act like immature children.

A way to block you out. They want to do all the talking, but the minute you disagree with them, they act like immature children.

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