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Healing and Recovery

Recovering from emotional abuse is a slow process, but ultimately incredibly rewarding as you begin to discover boundaries, self-respect, and love.

  1. Dissolving the PTSD Fight-Flight Response After Abuse

    When we experience repeated conflict, unpredictable reactions, and betrayal, our bodies become stuck in a feedback loop.
  2. Long-Term Healing After Narcissistic Abuse

    Hope and healing for those who have survived a sociopathic or narcissistic relationship. How do we get back to our true self?
  3. Healing Complex PTSD after Emotional Wounding

    There is hope & relief for those who have survived a toxic relationship, betrayal, infidelity, silent treatment, manipulation, and gas-lightning.
  4. Self Care After Trauma and Emotional Abuse

    Intuition can be difficult for abuse survivors, because we have learned to doubt our inner voice. How can we regain this invaluable tool?
  5. Do You Know a Psychopath?

    Psychopaths are cunning charmers and master manipulators, to the point where you start to accept the most extreme behaviors as normal... Even if it hurts you.
  6. When Narcissists Apologize, When You Forgive

    Partners of Cluster-B individuals often wonder if they'll ever receive an apology. The answer is: you might, but it won't be genuine.
  7. The Narcissist & The People Pleaser

    The Narcissist gets their needs met, receiving constant adoration and praise. The People Pleaser feels fulfilled, finally appreciated for their care-taking.
  8. Donations & the PF Non-Profit

    We have decided to formally retire the non-profit, and simply fund the website and awareness campaigns through our ad revenue.
  9. Whole Again: A New Book by Jackson MacKenzie

    My goal is to explore how our minds and bodies work to protect us — so we can release old wounds and safely let the love back inside where it belongs.
  10. 3 Steps to Overcome Narcissistic Abuse

    Narcissistic wounds occur when we absorb a shame-based belief about ourselves, often after rejection from a trusted loved one.