Dr. Anne Brown PhD, RNMS recently moved from Aspen, Colorado to Sausalito, California where she currently resides. While in Aspen she served as the trusted advisor to Corporate leaders, Trial Attorneys, Athletes, Physicians and their families, many whose connections extended well beyond the town of Aspen. Dr. Brown has also served as a Radio Talk Show Host for KAJX on Aspen Public Radio. In fulfilling her personal goal, she was able to earn a Black Belt in Soo Bahk Do.
Let’s look at the definition of betrayal so we can understand why it hurts so much.
Is this decision going to be good for Me? To help Me be successful? How do I make the right choices? What are the effects and the outcomes. Ask yourself, Who am I really making these choices for?
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“New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings.” ~Lao Tzu
How do you know if you are being emotionally abused? These are signs for you, not for the courts, though some may be recognized by the courts.
Most of us know or have known someone we care about who has come under the influence of a perpetrator using him/her for self-serving purposes.
Are you frustrated with someone you care about who appears to be the victim of a perpetrator? Do you find yourself getting angry for this person?
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Let’s all be better people and make our world a place where we all care about each other.
Bravery, love and trust are three important keys to breaking out of a toxic, codependent way of living.
If we grew up in contentious families, this time in our country can bring back memories.
Individuals and families who operate from love, not codependency, have the courage to be honest with one another.
If nice is “the right way” or “good,” does it mean I am wrong or bad if I am not nice? If I have been trained to be nice, where are my real feelings going to go?
The thought of giving up “being the nice guy” can be so overwhelming and paralyzing that we put our heads in the sand.
The divorce is final and now we have the challenge of the first year.