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“Several important ingredients that contribute to someone's "addiction" to their abuser are oxytocin (bonding), endogenous opioids (pleasure, pain, withdrawal, dependence), corticotropin-releasing factor (withdrawal, stress), and dopamine (craving, seeking, wanting). With such strong neurochemistry in dysregulated states, it will be extremely difficult to manage emotions or make logical decisions.” -Rhonda Freeman Ph. D.
I am SO excited to have Dr. Torri J. joining me for a live tomorrow. Y’all are NOT gonna want to miss this. @iamtorrij is the founder of @thefatherlessgeneration and has helped countless fatherless children reconnect with their fathers. Her own journey is one of inspiration and was a catalyst for her life’s calling of helping fatherless children connect or reconnect with their fathers. Tune in tomorrow for what is sure to be an informative and important LIVE event.
Always keep in mind that the only people who will have a problem with your boundaries are the same ones who have been benefiting from you having none. What other areas of your life are you working at creating boundaries? Comment below 👇🏻
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It’s week two of the holiday series “Feel Good Friday”. Tell me about a cherished memory or the time you were most happy in life. ❤️
Narcissists are not grateful. They are entitled, and the most they will give you is their mighty approval. They may SAY thank you, but these are just formalities. They truly believe they are entitled to everything others give them and do for them.