Posted by: Judy | June 30, 2014

Emerging From Broken shared on FB…

…the following link:

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/counseling-keys/201403/how-handle-crazymaker

I’m not quite sure what to think because NM fits all three types.

I am smack dab in the middle of a lot of crazymaking, with no visible way out.

It does help to have the problem defined, because at least I’m reassured it isn’t me who’s crazy.


Responses

  1. I thought the same thing when I read words like ‘double binds’. There are definitions for such behaviours that make us feel crazy. It is an actual ‘thing’ that they do! xx

    • Yes. ((TR))

  2. Thank you so much for sharing this Judy. So timely for what I’ve had to deal with lately. xx

    • You’re most welcome ((kara))

  3. Thanks Judy, I appreciate you posting the link to this one.

    • You’re welcome ((Ruth))

  4. The biggest problem I see with that article was that its coping strategies (such as maintain a strong sense of self worth) are nearly as difficult to achieve as it is dealing with the crazy maker.

    • True. For me, the value was in defining what I’m living in. I have noticed crazymakers don’t have much success with people who have a good sense of self-worth. Working on it.

      • 🙂

        I think knowing that you’re not the crazy one goes a long way towards healing.

        • Amazingly so. 🙂


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