Healing Toxic Relationships

Healing Toxic Relationships

The Healing from Toxic Relationships program was developed to help people who are in, or have ended, a toxic, dysfunctional or destructive relationship. Toxic relationships can leave a wake of difficulties in one’s life, impact self-esteem, emotional regulation, professional potential, leave you feeling unsafe, doubting yourself and afraid to date again.

The Healing from Toxic Relationships program is specifically designed in 6 segments to help you learn how to heal toxic relationships, heal the symptoms of relational trauma, understand toxic relationship signs, and get yourself back to place of feeling calm, self-aware, more in control of your feelings, and reconnected with an inner strength.

In it, you will have the chance to explore the different kinds of dysfunctional patterns, examine toxic relationship psychology and how you got there, and develop practical resilience-building skills that will help foster new beginnings. This program blends together sensitive educational topics with in-between lesson exercises so that each person can practice what they learn in real time.

Who Can Benefit From Healing Toxic Relationships

Designed for anyone who has suffered through a dysfunction, destructive, abusive, addictive, or unfaithful relationship, the Healing from Toxic Relationships program was developed to empower, educate, and heal those who feel knocked down by past heartbreak. Whether you have recently ended a toxic relationship, are still in it, or find yourself repeating the same pattern over and over again, this program can help you foster insight, boundaries, self-love and a newfound trust in yourself.

What Specialty Topics Are Addressed?

This program covers a plethora of topics to help you understand and define the cycles of unhealthy toxic relationships, the shifting power dynamics inherent within, the insidious ways that boundaries can collapse and be overrun, why it can be difficult to get out of the yo-yo of toxic, addicted or trauma-bonded cycles and avoid getting swept up again, how to recognize and address the many layers of pain caused by the relationship, how to define your deal breakers and spot red flags more effectively in the future, and avoid repeating the same cycle over and over again. This course will help you understand the physical, emotional, cognitive, social, self-perceptual, sexual and spiritual aspects of healing from toxic relationships – and how toxic relationships affect your mental health – so you can charter a new path forward.

Gaslighting

Addiction & Codependence

Breaking the Cycle

Intergenerational Trauma

Dating Again

Narcissistic Abuse

Abusive Relationships

Setting Boundaries

Chronic Infidelity

Learn to Trust Yourself

What Specialty Topics Are Addressed?

This program covers a plethora of topics to help you understand and define the cycles of unhealthy toxic relationships, the shifting power dynamics inherent within, the insidious ways that boundaries can collapse and be overrun, why it can be difficult to get out of the yo-yo of toxic, addicted or trauma-bonded cycles and avoid getting swept up again, how to recognize and address the many layers of pain caused by the relationship, how to define your deal breakers and spot red flags more effectively in the future, and avoid repeating the same cycle over and over again. This course will help you understand the physical, emotional, cognitive, social, self-perceptual, sexual and spiritual aspects of healing from toxic relationships – and how toxic relationships affect your mental health – so you can charter a new path forward.

Gaslighting

Addiction & Codependence

Breaking the Cycle

Intergenerational Trauma

Dating Again

Narcissistic Abuse

Abusive Relationships

Setting Boundaries

Chronic Infidelity

Learn to Trust Yourself

Benefits Of Healing Toxic Relationships

Learn how toxic relationships develop

Like a frog in hot water, it’s difficult to know that a relationship is toxic, until it’s toxic. Learning to recognize subtle toxic relationship signs can help you see what was not obvious in the relationship, and give you tools to recognize when a relationship may not be good for you in the future.

Develop a strong set of boundaries and learn how to sustain them.

Boundaries are an essential function for safety in the world, even with those we love. In toxic relationships, either there is a lack of boundaries or a failure to respect them. Recognizing the boundaries that you need to keep yourself safe, and where you struggle in their maintenance, can make a world of difference in how you navigate relationships moving forward and ensure you choose partners who respect your needs and limits.

Build innovative self-care strategies.

Your first relationship is with yourself. Toxic relationships often leave people in a tailspin of fatigue and self-neglect. Self-care starts with your internal dialogue, your relationship to time, your ability to make sound decisions, and assessment of your own needs. Breaking through old habits of overlooking or deprioritizing your own needs is necessary in establishing healthy relationships with others in the future.

Break old patterns in relationships.

Every person enters into their adult life with certain, automatic and unconscious, ways of seeking and engaging in romantic relationships. Examining the role you play in relationships can give you tremendous understanding of toxic relationship psychology and how to avoid getting stuck in future relationships that do not serve you.

Heal a broken heart.

The pain that can come with ending a toxic relationship can feel devastating. The love you felt for your partner was real, even if the relationship hurt. Grieving what was lost, what could have been, and what may never be takes time and support. Give yourself the gift of healing and giving all of your emotions the space to be valid.

Restore resilience for your mind and body.

In the wake of a toxic, abusive, or unhealthy relationship, your mind and body feel the impact. Negative or intrusive thoughts, nightmares, fear, shame, and other feelings can deplete your physical strength, affect your appetite and sleep routine, and become a vicious cycle that is difficult to step out of. Building resilience can help you get traction back in your life, and establish peace for your mind and body.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I repeat the same pattern in relationships?

It’s no secret that how we are raised shapes the way we love as adults. Learning about your relational blind spots and automatic responses to certain kinds of affection, can be the first step to healing the old wounds and unmet needs, giving you power to recognize and step out of those patterns.

How will I know if I am ready to date again?

Readiness is a personal benchmark. Dating comes with risks for rejection, heartbreak, disappointment, etc. As you heal from toxic relationships, your ability to tolerate those risks will rebound, and you will have some new tools to help you along the way, after taking this course. Each person’s path is different, but the Healing from Toxic Relationships course can help you decide how and when to put yourself out there again.

I feel crazy, and I don’t know what is true anymore. How can I learn to trust myself again?

Gaslighting and manipulation are frequent flyers in toxic relationships. Emotional abuse tactics like these can often separate someone from their inherent sense of knowing. Learning the cues of your body and how to listen to your intuition in a different way can help you begin repairing a sense of trust in your own assessment and judgments and help you on the path to healing from toxic relationships.

Do I have to leave the toxic relationship to participate in this program?

No, this course can help you assess what is in your power to change in the toxic relationship, and whether or not that will work for you. Learning how to heal toxic relationships, set and maintain healthy boundaries, practice the art of effective self-care, and see old patterns emerging, can help you and your partner get ahead of unhealthy traps and stay aligned, pending your partner is also invested in growth.

How can I forgive myself for getting involved in a toxic relationship?

Self-compassion after a toxic relationship can feel out of reach. People often blame themselves for the hurt they experience, saying things like, “I should have known better,” or “I saw the red flags and I stayed.” Unmet needs, often from childhood, carry over into adult relationships, and predispose people to tolerating certain kinds of affection. Understanding the reasons you stayed in the toxic relationship, and reframing them as once useful adaptive strategies, can help you turn self-blame into self-love and compassion.

I want to do this course, but I am exhausted. Will it really help?

This course is built to help you honor your body and mind in a way that may be uncomfortable at times, and also rejuvenating. Validation, knowledge, and practical skills can help you establish peace of mind, resources for healing, and the support of a community of others that have made it through similar kinds of pain.

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