How to create a healthy culture of arguing for your relationship

Many experts are of the opinion that it is not about whether you argue, and not even whether there is absolutely a need for conflict resolution, it is just a matter of how you argue and what happens between conflicts. Here are some unhealthy fighting tactics that you should be wary of (for yourself or within your partner)..

Toxic Relationships And Your Gut Feeling

A toxic relationship can have detrimental effects on your self-worth and potentially cause serious long-lasting consequences. Two people find each other in a supposedly inconspicuous way and enter into such a relationship unconsciously. The person concerned doesn't trust their gut feeling and doesn't listen to their intuition either. Similar to when meeting a narcissist, a subconscious sense of familiarity from previous relationships or childhood is often experienced, which is how they are "tricked" into it.

Relationship with a Narcissist: Three signs that you are still in the „victim stage“ of narcissistic abuse – Part V

Narcissistic abuse can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) within the family, in the narcissists' environment or in individuals, which is why it is all the more important that we know more about it today and learn how we can process and eventually let go of it. Despite all efforts, there are times when people remain in the “victim stage” of narcissistic abuse for a while.

Relationship with a Narcissist: How to Communicate & Deal With Them – Part II

Narcissists are their own biggest fans and literally bathe in self-praise, perceiving themselves as the inviolable center of the world. You often find such people in positions of power, which of course does not make dealing and communicating with them any easier for others around them. Here are some tips for dealing with and communicating with a narcissist.

Relationship with a Narcissist: How to Recognize a Narcissist – Part I

Most people think they can spot a narcissist quickly; however, the loudest and most intrusive person in the room is usually not your typical narcissist. They often prefer to stay covered in a crowd at the beginning and exude an inconspicuous charm, but often appear very self-confident. Sometimes we notice certain typical behavior patterns of a narcissist much too late.