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  • Author: BaDshaH
  • Date: 20-09-2015, 12:04
20-09-2015, 12:04

Marsha Linehan - Stop Emotionally Manipulative Relationships

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Narcissists and borderlines create emotional havoc in families, but they rarely come into therapy or stay in therapy to do the work that is needed. Emotional caretakers are the clients who come into therapy desperately seeking answers to the dysfunction, confusion and hurt in these families. They are the victims who are attacked, manipulated and controlled by the borderline or narcissist.

Emotional Caretakers are often described as self-sacrificing, self-defeating, enablers, doormats, virtuous masochists and pathological altruists. They are highly vulnerable to being drawn into taking care of the needs of the borderline or narcissist, because their loyalty, endurance, need to please, intense guilt, and ability to placate and take on all blame and responsibility help these relationships function.

Learn how to effectively motivate and create change in clients who typically feel defeated, defenseless and demoralized. Get Caretakers moving from denial and depression to healthy limit setting and self-care. Challenge their self-defeating behaviors, reduce their anxiety, and teach them assertive behaviors that work with the borderline or narcissist. This training will teach techniques that move these clients forward and increase their self-esteem and confidence.


Marsha Linehan - Stop Emotionally Manipulative Relationships
Marsha Linehan - Stop Emotionally Manipulative Relationships

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