Break Free from Narcissistic Mothers: A Step-by-Step Workbook for Ending Toxic Behavior, Setting Boundaries, and Reclaiming Your Life (Paperback)
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Heal from childhood trauma, overcome the damaging effects of emotionally immature behaviors, and discover your true self through guided activities in this friendly workbook.
Many daughters struggle with their self-worth when dealing with a narcissistic mother. It is easy to criticize yourself and bury your emotions. The effects of this trauma can lead to self-doubt, depression, anxiety, people-pleasing tendencies, fear, and many other complications that follow you into adulthood. Break Free from Narcissistic Mothers gives you the tools to reconnect with yourself and reintroduce all of your emotions back into your psyche. It includes:
- Journal prompts to cultivate flexible boundaries and challenge inaccurate beliefs
- Reflective exercises for managing your relationship with your mother
- Interactive activities to help you redefine yourself
Written by an experienced mental health counselor, this book is designed to help readers access their feelings and emotions, build their confidence, and establish clear boundaries to live a fulfilling life.
About the Author
Hannah Alderete is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor specializing in helping adult children of narcissists become their whole, authentic selves. When she’s not working with her clients, she spends most of her days reading fantasy and sci-fi, practicing yoga and meditation, and familiarizing herself with the latest Netflix series.
Hannah holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Brandman University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from the University of Washington. Her clinical training comprises relational, dynamic and emotion-focused psychotherapy with somatic underpinnings. Hannah hopes to pursue a PhD in the near future, but for now will happily fantasize about it. You can find her at heartfeltonlinetherapy.com and if you really go searching, she can probably be found wandering a trail behind her home in Los Angeles or in the produce aisle at Whole Foods.