Category Archives: Psychology

Navigating Co-dependency

Co-dependency is something that has been on my radar a bit in the last few months as I have been learning about the psychology of developing emotional intelligence. Developing emotional intelligence has been my saving grace. I feel it helped me mature, stay calm when I’d rather react, and understand myself along with others more. But, it doesn’t seem like

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You’re so negative…

I swear I’m going to scream if one more person says I’m being negative just because I don’t have the same opinion as them, disagree with them, or express myself differently.   One of my favorite paraphrases: “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it as his own,” is my

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Recognizing signs of abuse and how it influences our inner voice

It can be really difficult to recognize if you’re being mistreated or manipulated by someone, especially if you care for or love them. You could be living as though this is normal to be treated in this particular way and not even see that it’s harmful. Most abuse is considered “the way we’ve always done things.” Most people don’t recognize

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