Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Allowing others to be themselves.

  • reversing the need to rescue, save or fix anyone who is ill, dysfunctional, or irrational.
  • disengaging from overly enmeshed or dependent relationships
  • being willing to accept that you cannot control other people or situations.
  • developing and maintaining a safe emotional distance from someone to whom you previously gave away your power.
  • establishing emotional boundaries between you and those who are overly dependent on you.
  • feeling your own feelings when you see someone else falter, being neither responsible nor guilty.
  • facing life with a healthy perspective.
  • recognizing the need to avoid uncontrollable and unchangeable realities.
  • exercising emotional self-protection to avoid emotional devastation.
  • allowing your loved ones to accept responsibility for their actions.
  • avoiding being hurt, abused, or taken advantage of by others, especially those with whom you have been overly enmeshed.




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