Tag: Toxic Relationships

Fatherless Daughters & Adult Relationships

Fatherless Daughters & Adult Relationships

Sinta Ebersohn interviews Rachel Isabela Castillo of Heal Sing Love, about growing up without a present father and how that influences choices and behaviour in adult relationships and break-ups or divorce. Subscribe to Sinta Ebersohn’s Youtube Channel to view past and future interviews Subscribe to the Fair Divorce Podcast to listen to all her interviews and other discussions. When […]

25th November 2021 | By More
25 Signs of Emotional Abuse

25 Signs of Emotional Abuse

Sometimes, emotional abuse can be so subtle that we don’t even realise we’re being emotionally and mentally abused by someone’s words or actions. Even though there are no visible bruises, the damage should never be underestimated. . How can it be abuse if it is so subtle? This kind of conduct systematically undermines your dignity […]

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How to Deal with Manipulative Behaviour & Guilt Trips

How to Deal with Manipulative Behaviour & Guilt Trips

Manipulation refers to making attempts at influencing someone else’s behaviour or actions. As human beings, our emotions often cloud our judgements making it difficult to see the reality behind hidden agendas or motives in different forms of behaviour. The controlling aspects or shrewdness linked to manipulations are sometimes very subtle and may easily be overlooked, […]

7th May 2016 | By More
How to Deal with Toxic Family Members

How to Deal with Toxic Family Members

Breaking up with a friend, boyfriend or girlfriend is one thing and there’s a lot of advice out there for doing it, but what about a family break-up? Most of us are not in a position to “just leave” nor do we feel we want to, or that it’s the right thing to do. So what do […]

28th October 2015 | By More
Silent Treatment is Emotional Abuse

Silent Treatment is Emotional Abuse

What is Silent Treatment? This is where a person behaves in a passive aggressive manner to convey their anger or grievance by ignoring/not speaking to the victim. Often used by narcissists, silence can be a form of emotional abuse and as such it is unacceptable. Often, the person giving the silent treatment does so because they […]

7th September 2015 | By More