How to Gain Confidence in the Face of Narcissistic Parents with Christina Douglas

Christina Douglas, intuitive relationship coach

Christina Douglas- Intuitive Relationship Coach

Ep 73 How to Gain Confidence After Religious Trauma from the Narcissist

“I still felt bonded and chained to my toxic family, to my trauma, to my hurt. And little by little, I started realizing that I was chaining myself to it. And I realized, if I could break that myself, I was free. And I can be me.”

– Christina Douglas

Our emotions are normal as the gatekeeper of your own life. Have the courage to ask what it is they’re telling you and start making any necessary changes.

Today I share a conversation with Christina Douglas.

She shares that we can soar in our relationships and inner desires by releasing negative self judgments. Learn to cultivate confidence in your natural beauty, with awareness, resilience, and determination. While guarding your energy with positive judgments, you no longer have to feel terrified, overwhelmed, or lost.

Lets soar in your inner desires and navigate the waves of life with self love and self. Sign up today for a free 30 minute coaching session and brief review of your unique divine design at the galas underscore coach.

Here are some key moments:

  • Boundaries
  • How to rewrite your self worth narrative
  • Heal with Inner Child Meditation
  • Journaling is a tool to get the negative out
  • Affirmations help rewrite negative self talk
  • The Compound Affect book by Darren Hardy
  • Get physical to move out the anger and pain

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Guest Bio:

Christina is a beautiful soul. She is a full-time independent it consultant. And her side hustle is being her amazing projector, self. She is a cosmic, intuitive relationship coach. Her goal is to soar relationships and desires by releasing negative self judgements. And finding beauty in being our authentic selves within the waves of life, as you heard in the beginning.

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"Both of you are in the quicksand and you wanna rescue them, but you can't. You have to rescue yourself before you can rescue them. Quicksands gonna pull you down." – Tami Kiekhaefer LCSWWhether you are an expert in relationships as our guest today, or not, repetition of bad cycles can be maddening. Today, you'll learn four possible reasons why empaths continually attract the same narcissistic energy into their relationships.Access all links hereOur guest today, Tami Kiekhaefer, LCSW has operated a successful psychotherapy practice since 2002. She provides individual, family and couples therapy around anxiety, depression, domestic violence, trauma, relationships, and empowerment.Here are some key moments: Childhood conditioning / People Pleasing patterns You are not alone "All you need is one hand to pull you out of the quicksand" – Raven Scott 2. Toxic positivity 3. Lack of Self-Awareness and Emotional Intelligence."Both of you are in the quicksand and you wanna rescue them, but you can't. You have to rescue yourself before you can rescue them. The quicksands gonna pull you down. And pull both of you down. " – Tami K LCSW [28:23] 4. Unresolved Trauma from Past Like energy attracts like energy Her book: Preparing for the Jungle, avoiding Snakes and Pitfalls on the Path to Healthy Love. "Music YouTube Library: Believe by NeffexMentioned in this episode:Trauma 2 Triumph SummitTrauma 2 Triumph FREE Ticket
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One thought on “How to Gain Confidence in the Face of Narcissistic Parents with Christina Douglas

  1. Unfortunately a lot of religions do isolate people. Jesus wasn’t like that at all. He accepts people as they are and love them. So glad Christina is reaching out and helping others. I grew up in a similar strict family.

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