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You don't have to 'get over' the death of someone you love

You don't have to 'get over' the death of someone you love | counselling | Scoop.it
The death of children, siblings, and parents has long term impacts on the rest of our lives.

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American Institute Health Care Professionals's curator insight, November 19, 2014 3:04 PM

An article that reminds everyone that you do not have to rush or really ever get over the death of someone you love.  Adaptation does not mean forgetting or letting go, it simply means adjusting to life in a healthy way.  We need to be more aware of this and understand the loss of a loved one is something we never recover from but learn to live with.  Maybe this is scary to some, and maybe some wish to avoid others who continue to mourn a loss, but it is an illusion to believe it is ever the same after we lose someone.

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The Dance Between Codependents & Narcissists

The Dance Between Codependents & Narcissists | counselling | Scoop.it

"The inherently dysfunctional “codependency dance” requires two opposite but distinctly balanced partners: the pleaser/fixer (codependent) and the taker/controller (narcissist/addict).
 

Codependents — who are giving, sacrificing, and consumed with the needs and desires of others — do not know how to emotionally disconnect or avoid romantic relationships with individuals who arenarcissistic — individuals who are selfish, self-centered, controlling, and harmful to them. Codependents habitually find themselves on a “dance floor” attracted to partners who are a perfect counter-match to their uniquely passive, submissive and acquiescent dance style...."

 

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Online Library | The Association for the Development of the Person Centered Approach

Online Library | The Association for the Development of the Person Centered Approach | counselling | Scoop.it

The Online Library consists of voluntary contributions made by ADPCA members and non-members. It welcomes manuscripts from all over the world.


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Carl Rogers Empathy Lecture parts 1 and 2 - YouTube

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How childhood attachments influence adult relationships

Visit our website http://www.counsellingtutor.com In this video I explain how childhood attachments influence adult relationships. For more information pleas...

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Julianna Bonola's curator insight, September 5, 2013 4:57 AM

A nice clear introduction to understanding attachment.  New mum's should take a look.