The 6 Steps to Relationship Recovery

Step 1 - Understand It

We made a commitment to educate ourselves on the pathology of Personality Disordered Individuals (PDIs). Knowledge is Power!

Step 3 – Get It Out

We share with others in order to validate and process the trauma we experienced.

Step 3 – No Contact

We came to accept the only way to restore our sanity and regain control of our lives is through “No Contact.”

Step 4 – Get Real

We no longer deny the reality of our past and are ready to face our anger, resentment and fear.

Step 5 – Wake Up

We tap into the power of our mind to awaken our spirit and take back control of our lives.

Step 6 – Heal

We have a newfound compassion for ourselves and have made a commitment to live in the moment. We are fully alive

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The Powerful Self The Powerful Self shows how to enhance your sense of self for better health, well being, and success. It includes dozens of techniques and exercises to help you handle resentment, anger, anxiety, obsessions, low or false self-esteem, and all other feelings of powerlessness. The book offers innovative and proven ways to regulate Weak Modes of Self - helpless, dependent, depressive, destructive - with POWER MODES - Competent, Growth/Creative, Healing/ Nurturing, Compassionate. The program enhances self-concept - what you believe about yourself, self-efficacy - your ability to set goals and meet them, self-esteem - how you feel about yourself, and identity - who you are and what you want the world to see in you. Hierarchy of Empowerment When it comes to lasting change, certain areas of human psychology are more influential than others. Intervention in the top area has more far-reaching and effects than changes on the bottom of the hierarchy. Targets of The Powerful Self interventions are in blue. * Connection to one another: e.g., attachment, friendship, and/or to something larger, e.g., community, religion, political or social activism. * Emotional transformation capacity (intensity, duration, action impulse, and meaning of motivation and feelings are adjusted internally, allowing a range of appropriate, flexible, proactive emotional experience) * Sense of self (experience of self, what if feels like to be you, includes self- concept, self-esteem, self-efficacy, self-nurturing, identity) * Identity (who you are, what you expect of yourself, how you expect others to react to you) * Beliefs (assumptions, interpretations, values) * Education/Information * Skill * Change of environment.