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Increase your emotional intelligence, strengthen your self-worth and self-esteem, and learn to make decisions that are right for you. This is the show for your best mental health and well-being. If you struggle with anxiety, depression, fears, stress, obsession, panic, or any relationship challenges like emotional abuse or family issues, this show will empower you to honor yourself and get into alignment with what's most important in your life. If positive thinking feels like denial, tune in ...
 
Helping you identify toxic communication, emotional abuse, manipulation, and other forms of bad behavior in relationships. Full of tips and advice for your friendships, family, love life, and marriage. Revealing covert abusive communication that takes away your power. Learn to pinpoint the specific toxic behaviors such as narcissistic abuse and verbal abuse before you are dragged into their game so deep you come out a shell of your former self. Love and Abuse is the official podcast of The M ...
 
When you’re going through something hard, it’s easy to feel like nobody out there gets it. But we’re never as alone as we think we are. Every week on Help a Human Out, we’ll meet one person going through something hard...and get them practical help from a person who has been there. Guiding each episode with empathy and humor is host Miss Danielle, former host of a syndicated morning talk show and currently a special educator, mother and fiance. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/he ...
 
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Sometimes life can take you in a direction you don't want to go. But you don't always have to end up with the bottom-of-the-barrel results you may get. It might take some planning and some scary steps, but there is a way to alter the course of your life for the better. If life is a bit too complex, it might be time to correct your course and find a…
 
What's the best course of action when it comes to leaving the emotional abuser? Should you sit them down and have the "the talk", or is talking going to get you sucked into another conversation that causes you to stay out of guilt or being convinced you're wrong? They're likely to convince you of doing things their way so it may not go any differen…
 
There's always someone that's harder to deal with than most other people in your life. And when you have to deal with them, do you have all the self-empowerment tools at your disposal to get through the interaction unscathed? Whether you do or not, practice makes perfect. This is a jam-packed episode filled with your practice steps to self-empowerm…
 
If you know that a difficult or even toxic person in your life is not doing the best they can to show up in a way that tells you they're at least trying to improve themselves in some way, maybe they are not capable. At least, not at this time. And sometimes we have to see people for who they are today, not who we or they believe they will become to…
 
When you're in any type of difficult or emotionally abusive relationship, a violation of your relationship boundaries has probably already taken place. After all, you didn't sign up to feel like crap all the time or be unhappy. So is it okay to seek someone outside the relationship when you can't get your emotional needs met within the relationship…
 
Some people will lash out and rebel when they feel like they aren't being heard, or they're holding something back from the past. They swallow anger, sadness, and more, and that can turn into depression or the ultimate expression of bad behavior. Children are experiencing the world for the first time, pushing boundaries, and figuring everything out…
 
Sometimes we're stuck with someone that doesn't have our best interest in mind. Not only that, they may even have a not-so-pleasant plan to make us miserable. What do you do with the toxic person that doesn't want to, or can't, change? Is there hope when you're in what seems like a no-win situation?By Paul Colaianni
 
It can get tiring trying to do the right thing, be the right person, and say what you're expected to say. On top of that, when you try, it can sometimes feel as if the world has turned against you, and now you're a lone ranger tackling all the challenges on your own. Can you catch a break from this? Is there a way you can show up where the world do…
 
How bad does it have to get before you're convinced that the person you're dealing with is never, ever going to change? And how much more hurtful behavior has to happen before you decide enough is enough? Sometimes we are so jaded by and used to emotionally abusive behavior that we forget what being treated with kindness and respect means.…
 
What happens when the hurtful behavior stops and you are free to be yourself? Does the relationship now go back to normal like nothing ever happened? It can, but it rarely does. In fact, most victims of emotional abuse want the person who hurt them to feel what they went through. They want the abuser to suffer. Is that reciprocal emotional abuse? T…
 
Emotional affairs almost always lead to pain. They are a betrayal of trust and an escape from the conversation you should be having in your relationship. Sometimes you have to bring up the hard truths so that those involved have an opportunity to find solutions or closure. Either way, it's easier to deal with a hard truth today than string someone …
 
PART TWO: Of course I can tell you that white supremacy is bad, and it is to be clear. But lots of things are bad and we just keep going on about our lives because it doesn’t impact us. But here’s the thing. White supremacy is bad. For everyone. Today, Ms. Danielle starts a conversation about white supremacy with friend and fellow educator Ryan Vir…
 
Some people have so much self-confidence that they carry themselves in a way that might put certain people off. Those confident in themselves can be kind, respectful, supportive, and caring, yet their personality can still rub people the wrong way. In this episode, I talk about what might be happening. I also go over how the way you make decisions …
 
Of course I can tell you that white supremacy is bad, and it is to be clear. But lots of things are bad and we just keep going on about our lives because it doesn’t impact us. But here’s the thing. White supremacy is bad. For everyone. Today, Ms. Danielle starts a conversation about white supremacy with friend and fellow educator Ryan Virden. Follo…
 
I read three emails from people in three different circumstances. The first one is a troubled marriage where the wife doesn't know why she is staying and can't figure out how to make the decision to leave. Segment two is about dealing with the victim mentality and what questions you can ask a chronic complainer in order to get them to do something …
 
What happens when you've had enough of the bad behavior and want the other person to leave you alone? In a family situation, that might be easier to do since you may not live together. In a romantic relationship however, that can be a bit harder. What if the other person doesn't want to go? What do you do then? It's time to get clear on what you wa…
 
How do we help the people that we love who are in abusive relationships? It’s a hard question that many of us have asked ourselves before. For Kenzie, she wants to help her mom, but she doesn’t know how. On this episode of Help A Human Out, Ms. Danielle talks with author, speaker and podcast host Paul Colaianni about abuse and what we can do to be …
 
Self-worth and happiness is a right. It should be something you proudly claim without fear. Yet, so many people have trouble believing they are worthy, or worse, worthy of happiness. It's time to clear the path of obstacles blocking your worth and happiness so that you can feel good in your own skin again.…
 
PART TWO: From a young age, Theresa knew she had a gift. She dedicated her life to growing and understanding that gift. Today, she talks with Ms. Danielle about how we can all focus in on our own capabilities and grow as people. If you haven't yet, go back and listen to part one of this fantastic conversation. Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for m…
 
When you sign up for a relationship, you sign up for who they are now but are you signing up for who you hope they'll be as well? Are the expectations that should be met when it comes to a relationship? And if they aren't met, do you have every right to demand they be met, "or else?" Sometimes we need to revisit the contract we signed getting into …
 
From a young age, Theresa knew she had a gift. She dedicated her life to growing and understanding that gift. Today, she talks with Ms. Danielle about how we can all focus in on our own capabilities and grow as people. Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more! Theresa Caputo https://www.theresacaputo.com/ IG: @theresacaputo Ms. Danielle: https://m…
 
The past can wreak havoc on the present, especially on your relationships. If therapy, reading, watching videos, and learning all you can about how to improve and heal isn't working, sometimes you need to dig so deep that break down the wall that's hiding the true source of pain underneath. At that point, healing can begin.…
 
Grief is complicated. And just because your grief doesn’t meet some trivial standard of what society thinks is grievable, doesn’t make it any less real. On this episode, Ms. Danielle talks with friend, author, TED Talker, podcast host and professional griever (which is a sleek way of saying someone who has experienced a lot of hard things in life) …
 
Is true love supposed to last throughout your life? Should you feel love for those that have wronged you in some way in previous relationships? Is it healthy? Having that loving feeling for previous partners in your life can raise questions in current relationships. It's a good idea to get clear on what your best course of action is.…
 
When Conscious Lee was on a few episodes ago, he said we should shift from a society promoting cancel culture to a society promoting call-out culture. We should highlight the wrongdoing or missteps, but not write off the person entirely for that. Which got us thinking, how do we go from calling them out to them holding themselves accountable. This …
 
The relentless pursuit of power over you is where some people are in your life. They come at you, offend you, insult you, and expect you to do what they want. It's easy to dismiss when they're strangers. But what about if they're family? Is there a way to interact with them and keep your power?By Paul Colaianni
 
Last week, we got a question from an anonymous helper who's in love with her husband... And his brother. It's complicated. But it's ok! Because this week, we dive back into our conversation with speaker, coach and host of The Love Drive, Shaun Galanos. Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more! Shaun Galanos: https://www.shaungalanos.com/ @theloved…
 
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