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Call in, “Get On The Couch” with Dr. Judy, and find the MAIN VEIN OF YOUR PAIN.

Latest Episodes

How to Negotiate With a Narcissist with Rebecca Zung, Esq.

72 MIN1 d ago
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How to Negotiate With a Narcissist with Rebecca Zung, Esq.

Healing and the Demise of the Narcissistic System

The demise of narcissism is based on healing. When we are healed we no longer want to play the game. A victim or preparator. Other peoples pain is no longer a gain and perceptually addicted to pain is no longer needed. Toxic bonds are not easy to break, telling people to just get over it and move on is the antithesis of being their enlightened witness. The physical or emotional abuse is painful enough, what is more painful is when society and the people around you deny your reality or minimize it.

62 MIN1 w ago
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Healing and the Demise of the Narcissistic System

Arrested Development & Chaos

Some of us look grown up, but inside we are not. Developmental arrest can occur as a result of childhood wounds/trauma. When we don't have healthy parenting and healthy dependence, it is impossible to mature and develop, separate, individuate, and become strong and autonomous. Emotional immaturity creates chaos because internally the person feels dis-regulated and chaotic. resorting to defense mechanisms like, alcohol, drugs, and overeating, not only don't help, they actual hurt the development process by locking us in psychological prison. To start to grow and mature we have to revisit the past, and heal our wounds.

61 MIN2 w ago
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Arrested Development & Chaos

Label-ism & Human Disconnect

Subscribe now for weekly live videos! Every Thursday at 8pm PST.--------------- ---------------Get a FREE PDF copy of Dr. Judy’s book when and a free 15 minute consultation at: http://www.drjudywtf.com

54 MIN3 w ago
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Label-ism & Human Disconnect

Cultural Wounds and the Hole in the Soul

When we are wounded on a micro level, these wounds express on a macro scale. The reverse of that is true. When we treat each other with human indignity, we create paranoia, angry, and when our voices are not heard to, attuned to, and empathized with; we tend to up the ante into projections and explosions. When we find pathways to healing and connection and mirror each other, we are the light that heals human and global disconnect. Be the light.

62 MINJUN 5
Comments
Cultural Wounds and the Hole in the Soul

Trust

Trust develops in the first few months or years of life. We are lucky enough to primary caregivers who are emphatic, nurturing, and attuned to our feelings, we will develop a sense of trust in ourselves and in the world. When we are wounded in childhood, trust is broken and we can either withdraw or continue to repeat bad patterns of trusting people who hurt and betray us. Once trust is broken, it is very hard to repair. Sometime we just have to pull back and self reflect and self correct on our own patterns and heal our childhood wounds.

61 MINMAY 29
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Trust

Why People Chose an Ineffective Therapist and the WTF Pattern

Sometime people choose ineffectual therapists because they are repeating dysfunctional relationships from their family origin. After all, a therapeutic relationship is a relationship and if you have had a poor pattern of choosing dysfunctional relationships in general, please do your research before you choose your healer. A good therapist should a be a good fit for you, someone you feel comfortable with. A good therapist has a system that is clearly spelled out before you get involved with the therapy. A good therapist will also be transparent about methods and payments involved. A good therapist should have done his or her own therapeutic work and offer you referrals to others if they feel that you are not a good fit. Therapy is like dating, keep going until you find someone that you can benefit from.

62 MINMAY 22
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Why People Chose an Ineffective Therapist and the WTF Pattern

How A Narcissist Steals Your Dreams

In order to be vulnerable to narcissist abuse, we must be groomed to need outside validation. When are primary care givers attune to our emotional needs and leave us wanting for mirroring and attunement, we become desperate for this experience. When we lack good boundaries, people can penetrate our emotional walls in order to use and manipulate our need to feel important and be loved. In order to heal from this level of abuse and prevent ourselves from giving over our dreams, minds, and heart to people who abuse us we have to heal our inner wounds first.

57 MINMAY 15
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How A Narcissist Steals Your Dreams

The ABC's of Resentment

Resentment is like drinking poison and hoping it will kill your enemies." -Nelson Mandala. When we trade, it is natural to feel resentment and to have revenge fantasies of that person. IN those times it is important to have an enlightened witness to talk to so that they can act. The ABC's in resentment play out when for example: three people are friends and one friend betrays another, the betrayed persons finds out that their friend is still friends with the betrayal. This is very painful and is like a new sense of betrayal. In order to avoid the right and wrong syndrome, it is important to put principles over people. Unless principles of integrity are upheld, and especially in the cases of extreme betrayal, it is not possible to continue to be friends with that third party. Stay safe everyone. Sending you much love during this difficult time.

61 MINMAY 8
Comments
The ABC's of Resentment

Covid-19 and Our Psychological Triggers

Covid-19 is real. People are coming down with the virus and some are getting dreadfully ill and even dying. This is the time where we are easily triggered and because of this external threat we fill even more threatened internal as well. The paranoia and the feelings of hopefuls are just some symptoms that many are experiencing. It is normal given the circumstances. What we need at this time is to extend love and empathy to others. This can come in any form, from shopping for a neighbor, to checking in on someone near and dear to you. We most remember we are wired to connect and social distance visit can mean a lot as long as you are following safety guidelines. Childhood wounds are the template for our triggers. When we do the psychological work we can better ourselves through crisis and in a healthy manner. Thank you Andy for sharing your brave and resilient spirit after contacting Covid-19.

56 MINMAY 1
Comments
Covid-19 and Our Psychological Triggers

Latest Episodes

How to Negotiate With a Narcissist with Rebecca Zung, Esq.

72 MIN1 d ago
Comments
How to Negotiate With a Narcissist with Rebecca Zung, Esq.

Healing and the Demise of the Narcissistic System

The demise of narcissism is based on healing. When we are healed we no longer want to play the game. A victim or preparator. Other peoples pain is no longer a gain and perceptually addicted to pain is no longer needed. Toxic bonds are not easy to break, telling people to just get over it and move on is the antithesis of being their enlightened witness. The physical or emotional abuse is painful enough, what is more painful is when society and the people around you deny your reality or minimize it.

62 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Healing and the Demise of the Narcissistic System

Arrested Development & Chaos

Some of us look grown up, but inside we are not. Developmental arrest can occur as a result of childhood wounds/trauma. When we don't have healthy parenting and healthy dependence, it is impossible to mature and develop, separate, individuate, and become strong and autonomous. Emotional immaturity creates chaos because internally the person feels dis-regulated and chaotic. resorting to defense mechanisms like, alcohol, drugs, and overeating, not only don't help, they actual hurt the development process by locking us in psychological prison. To start to grow and mature we have to revisit the past, and heal our wounds.

61 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Arrested Development & Chaos

Label-ism & Human Disconnect

Subscribe now for weekly live videos! Every Thursday at 8pm PST.--------------- ---------------Get a FREE PDF copy of Dr. Judy’s book when and a free 15 minute consultation at: http://www.drjudywtf.com

54 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Label-ism & Human Disconnect

Cultural Wounds and the Hole in the Soul

When we are wounded on a micro level, these wounds express on a macro scale. The reverse of that is true. When we treat each other with human indignity, we create paranoia, angry, and when our voices are not heard to, attuned to, and empathized with; we tend to up the ante into projections and explosions. When we find pathways to healing and connection and mirror each other, we are the light that heals human and global disconnect. Be the light.

62 MINJUN 5
Comments
Cultural Wounds and the Hole in the Soul

Trust

Trust develops in the first few months or years of life. We are lucky enough to primary caregivers who are emphatic, nurturing, and attuned to our feelings, we will develop a sense of trust in ourselves and in the world. When we are wounded in childhood, trust is broken and we can either withdraw or continue to repeat bad patterns of trusting people who hurt and betray us. Once trust is broken, it is very hard to repair. Sometime we just have to pull back and self reflect and self correct on our own patterns and heal our childhood wounds.

61 MINMAY 29
Comments
Trust

Why People Chose an Ineffective Therapist and the WTF Pattern

Sometime people choose ineffectual therapists because they are repeating dysfunctional relationships from their family origin. After all, a therapeutic relationship is a relationship and if you have had a poor pattern of choosing dysfunctional relationships in general, please do your research before you choose your healer. A good therapist should a be a good fit for you, someone you feel comfortable with. A good therapist has a system that is clearly spelled out before you get involved with the therapy. A good therapist will also be transparent about methods and payments involved. A good therapist should have done his or her own therapeutic work and offer you referrals to others if they feel that you are not a good fit. Therapy is like dating, keep going until you find someone that you can benefit from.

62 MINMAY 22
Comments
Why People Chose an Ineffective Therapist and the WTF Pattern

How A Narcissist Steals Your Dreams

In order to be vulnerable to narcissist abuse, we must be groomed to need outside validation. When are primary care givers attune to our emotional needs and leave us wanting for mirroring and attunement, we become desperate for this experience. When we lack good boundaries, people can penetrate our emotional walls in order to use and manipulate our need to feel important and be loved. In order to heal from this level of abuse and prevent ourselves from giving over our dreams, minds, and heart to people who abuse us we have to heal our inner wounds first.

57 MINMAY 15
Comments
How A Narcissist Steals Your Dreams

The ABC's of Resentment

Resentment is like drinking poison and hoping it will kill your enemies." -Nelson Mandala. When we trade, it is natural to feel resentment and to have revenge fantasies of that person. IN those times it is important to have an enlightened witness to talk to so that they can act. The ABC's in resentment play out when for example: three people are friends and one friend betrays another, the betrayed persons finds out that their friend is still friends with the betrayal. This is very painful and is like a new sense of betrayal. In order to avoid the right and wrong syndrome, it is important to put principles over people. Unless principles of integrity are upheld, and especially in the cases of extreme betrayal, it is not possible to continue to be friends with that third party. Stay safe everyone. Sending you much love during this difficult time.

61 MINMAY 8
Comments
The ABC's of Resentment

Covid-19 and Our Psychological Triggers

Covid-19 is real. People are coming down with the virus and some are getting dreadfully ill and even dying. This is the time where we are easily triggered and because of this external threat we fill even more threatened internal as well. The paranoia and the feelings of hopefuls are just some symptoms that many are experiencing. It is normal given the circumstances. What we need at this time is to extend love and empathy to others. This can come in any form, from shopping for a neighbor, to checking in on someone near and dear to you. We most remember we are wired to connect and social distance visit can mean a lot as long as you are following safety guidelines. Childhood wounds are the template for our triggers. When we do the psychological work we can better ourselves through crisis and in a healthy manner. Thank you Andy for sharing your brave and resilient spirit after contacting Covid-19.

56 MINMAY 1
Comments
Covid-19 and Our Psychological Triggers
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