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If you feel damaged by a toxic relationship, as though you no longer know yourself, or even have a self… 

If your last breakup left you feeling hopeless about your future… 

If you feel like you haven’t fully recovered, even if your relationship ended many years ago… 

Then you may have been harmed by a partner who has some of the pathological traits of narcissism, borderline or antisocial personality disorder or other damaging psychopathology. takes a positive, proactive approach to helping you regain your self and your sense of possibility. We can:

1.  Support you through the pain of the early withdrawal symptoms
2.  Show you how to care for yourself in a healing chrysalis (cocoon)
3.  Guide you to flourish in a new life that is even better than you had before (BTB4™)

My name is Dawn Aegle and I am glad you have found your way to Our inbox magazine experts and I look forward to being part of your support team as you heal and grow from the trauma of a toxic relationship. 

Because survival is not enough…
How To Free Your Energy After A Toxic Relationship
Anger As Medicine, Part 2
Issue #80 | September 21, 2018
By Irene Lyon, MSC

Anger may be a loaded word if you have been in a toxic relationship, but positive, healthy anger is powerful in releasing life force energy that will help you break out of the limiting beliefs and self-sabotaging behaviors that may attract or keep you stuck with a toxic partner.

Last quarter we discussed what anger actually is and how it is real medicine when tapped into effectively and safely. This week, you will learn how repressed anger turns into illness (physical & mental) plus self-sabotage, as well as the essential steps to start accessing life force energy that has been trapped inside you for way too long.

Anger Is Your Friend: Fearing and Holding It Inside Is the Enemy
One thing my clients have in common is difficulty—and often blatant inability or deep shame—when expressing the emotion of anger.

Throughout my years of private practice and working with the participants in my online programs, I’ve seen that, hands down, the emotion of anger is one of the trickiest to work with because:

• Culturally, it’s not acceptable.
• Relationally, it feels scary.
• Biologically, it packs a big punch (pun intended) of energy to the body system, meaning it feels intense.
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