This week on We Need To Talk With Kris Godinez, Kris covers the topic of narcissistic parents/inlaws/exlaws and finds she runs out of time and will have to do another episode on inlaw/exlaws. She answers your questions about dealing with difficult in laws and parents.
In this episode of We Need To Talk With Kris Godinez, Kris discusses the difference between Dependent Personality Disorder and Codependency.
In this episode of “We Need To Talk With Kris Godinez” Kris discusses parental alienation, the hows and why’s of parental alienation and how that effects the kids, both the little kids and grown adult children. Why would a parent do such a thing? More importantly, how can you help your child if the ex starts trying to smear you and alienate you from your child’s affections. What therapies work with younger children? Kris answers the question of what kids of all ages really need from their parent. At around the half hour mark Kris answers listeners questions on abusive/toxic relationships and questions on mental health in general.
In this episode of We Need To Talk With Kris Godinez, Kris discusses the dangers of an enmeshed relationship. What it is, what to expect when you decide to end it and how to cope.
In this episode of We Need To Talk with Kris Godinez, Kris discusses the trauma responses and explains why we have them. Fight, flight, freeze, fawn.
This week We Need To Talk With Kris Godinez goes over the subtle signs of abuse. Those red flags that may have not caught your attention, but that you need to be on the look out for!!
In this episode of We Need To Talk With Kris Godinez, Kris walks us through the confusing world of pathological lying. Why do abusers lie? Do they know that they are lying? Do they care that they are lying? This and many, many more questions will be answered!
This week on We Need To Talk with Kris Godinez, Kris discusses PTSD and CPTSD symptoms and basically what to expect once you leave the abuse.
In This episode of We Need To Talk With Kris Godinez, Kris discusses the dreaded drama triangle (Villain, Victim, Hero) and the dreaded triangulation of communication. She goes over how to step out of both sets of dysfunctional triangles and how to stay out!