One Broken Mom

How the Brain Changes in a Relationship with a Narcissist with Dr. Rhonda Freeman

June 09, 2019 Season 2 Episode 5
One Broken Mom
How the Brain Changes in a Relationship with a Narcissist with Dr. Rhonda Freeman
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One Broken Mom
How the Brain Changes in a Relationship with a Narcissist with Dr. Rhonda Freeman
Jun 09, 2019 Season 2 Episode 5
Amee Quiriconi
Ever wonder why people stay in abusive relationships or return to the abuser? Learn how the brain changes during a toxic relationship and why separating is so hard.
Show Notes

Dr. Freeman is a clinical neuropsychologist based out of Florida. She works with patients diagnosed with many types of neurological conditions including dementia and Alzheimer's. She also writes for Psychology Today, Huffington Post, and Aftermath Surviving Psychopathy. Amee was originally introduced to her and her work because of an article Rhonda had written called 6 Obstacles to a Relationship With a Psychopath that Amee's therapist shared with her in order to help her understand more of the issues related to detaching from her past relationship. 

In this episode, Rhonda shares her personal experience as an emotional abuse survivor at the hands of a narcissist and how she applied her education and experience as a neuroscientist to healing, after trying to work with a therapist wasn't successful for her. You will learn about her process and her information website, Neuroinstincts – which is a neuroscience approach to healing from narcissistic and relational abuse.  

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Resources

Neuroinstincts on Facebook 

https://neuroinstincts.com/

https://neurosagacity.com/

Article: The Brain Can Work Against Abuse Victims


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