Saturday, February 27, 2021

False Accusations

Hello! I hope you are doing well.

Here's my latest video! 

It explains the mechanism by which narcissists accuse the target of things they did (projection).


They also accuse you of things you did not do.

This is for those of you that can't believe this is happening or happened to you.

Yup. It's a thing.

Have a watch.

Sunday, October 4, 2020

Here's to Keeping Track of Emotions

One of the most important skills you can develop when it comes to being healthy is to mindfully acknowledge your emotions.

This daily practice can save you from developing mental health problems in the future, and it is also the thing to do when working on your healing.

In today's videos you'll learn the difference between guilt and shame, and how to manage these uncomfortable emotions.

I hope you find this useful!


Saturday, September 26, 2020

8 Sings of Emotional Abuse

When it comes to emotionally abusive relationships, getting to understand that we actually are in one can be daunting. 

Contrary to what most people would assume, the victim of narcissistic abuse, for example, has a hard time fully believing and accepting that the relationship they are in is toxic.

This is why I filmed these videos. English & Spanish. And I hope you can share them with people that might still be debating over whether their relationship is toxic or not.

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Codependency. Don't Betray Yourself


I do my thing.
You do your thing.
I am not in this world to live up to your expectations.
You are not in this world to live up to mine.
You are You.
I am I.

If by chance we find each other,
it’s beautiful.
If not, it can’t be helped.

I lack love for myself
when, in any attempt to please you, 
I betray myself.

I lack love for you
when I try to make you be the way I want
instead of accepting you the way you really are.

You are You and I am I.

                                                                        Fritz Perls 

Friday, September 11, 2020

Be a "Good Enough" Parent to Your Inner Child

In therapy one of the most important things you can do is to learn to acknowledge and care for your inner child. 

Jung's "eternal child", Freud's unconscious and the child within us, today's inner child is the force behind our actions, emotions, attractions, wants and needs.

Getting to know her means that you will start behaving more like you are parenting a real child. This includes an open communication, boundaries to yourself and to others, and providing structure while taking care of that inner child's needs in a way that will balance her creative energy, emotions, thirst for adventure and fun in life with healthy habits, responsibility, and maturity.

More on this in today's videos! English & Spanish