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u/zuesk134 · 4 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

ACoA literature is really wonderful if you''re into spiritual stuff and things like healing your inner child. their daily affirmation book is lovely

these are the ACoA "promises"

  1. We will discover our real identities by loving and accepting ourselves.

  2. Our self-esteem will increase as we give ourselves approval on a daily basis.

  3. Fear of authority figures and the need to "people-please" will leave us.

  4. Our ability to share intimacy will grow inside us.

  5. As we face our abandonment issues, we will be attracted by strengths and become more tolerant of weaknesses.

  6. We will enjoy feeling stable, peaceful, and financially secure.

  7. We will learn how to play and have fun in our lives.

  8. We will choose to love people who can love and be responsible for themselves.

  9. Healthy boundaries and limits will become easier for us to set.

  10. Fears of failure and success will leave us, as we intuitively make healthier choices.

  11. With help from our ACA support group, we will slowly release our dysfunctional behaviors.

  12. Gradually, with our Higher Power's help, we will learn to expect the best and get it.
u/splanchnick78 · 9 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

I think for most people some parts are obvious but it would be easier if we all knew it and used it as a playbook. If you’re interested you can find the workbook on Amazon: DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets, Second Edition

I went through it as part of treatment for an eating disorder, although less formally than usual. I think traditionally you do a lot of group meetings in a short, intensive period of time. But reading it at my own pace is helpful too.

Edited to add: the interpersonal skills section is essentially exactly like what my company pays good money for someone to come and teach us as “leadership training”

u/TeenyTinyTrekkie · 2 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

I am so sorry you had to go through that. I am also sorry that this has just recently come to light... for me, the hardest part was realizing that my mother was a narcissist and that’s why certain things in my life didn’t make much sense (my co-dependency for example).

This book “Will I Ever Be Good Enough?: Healing the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers” was so eye opening and so unbelievably helpful for me. You should definitely check it out... it’s weird because as you read it certain things in your life start making sense. It kinda blew my mind.

Anyway, I’m wishing you all the best!

u/QueenGinLover · 2 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

I want them all!! 😍 they’re beautiful! I’ll try and get one when they’re all out. They’re little knobheads though and only come out properly when they want food. My clowns are spawning at the minute, so ones all rapey and trying to hump the other fish. 😤

Did you enjoy your meaty balls?

Yeah, I just couldn’t read it, you know when you’re sat cringing at it? That was me.

Oh, here’s some AMAZING true crime -

Essex Boys: A Terrifying Expose Of The British Drugs Scene

Essex Boys, The New Generation

Bloggs 19: The Story of the Essex Range Rover Triple Murders

So, read them in Essex Boys, Blogg 19 and then New Gen.

It’s got everything in it. It’s fucking amazing.

Once you’ve read them, I’ll send you the ‘apparent truth’, you just have to get caught up in the he said/she said first.

So sorry I didn’t reply sooner - I was watching Eurovision...

u/BritKay18 · 2 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

There's a fantastic book that addresses a lot of these points:

While I wholeheartedly agree psychiatric drugs should not be the go-to for children, talking to a therapist or another mental health professional can be highly beneficial, and drugs don't even need to be in the equation. In fact, Amber said "i want you to talk to a therapist" not, "I want you to see a psychiatrist." Also, Gary doesn't seem to be providing any coping mechanisms, whereas Amber says "There's things we can do to take your mind off it"

u/niccikatie · 9 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

Possibly one of Ann Rule's best books about Diane Downs. It's a fantastic read. It's called Small Sacrifices. If you've never read Ann Rule, I apologize because now your to be read list is full.

u/SSapplejack · 15 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

>No way did this happen 😂😂 what even were the pictures

they're not even that great!!

u/Poutine_My_Mouth · 1 pointr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

I wonder if he even realizes he does it or if it’s just habit at this point. This sounds weird, but can you get him to wear something like this so that he can’t get his finger in his nose and he immediately realizes what he’s doing when he tries?

u/aimers005 · 11 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

Not OP but Mind Over Mood was the book I used during and after my CBT in university.

u/adarunti · 5 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

Teen Mom Confidential: Secrets & Scandals From MTV's Most Controversial Shows

u/jackalope_doe · 19 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

This is a boring answer, but the price is crazy because it's an old out of print edition now only available through 3rd party sellers, who are notorious for jacking up prices on books like these.

A new edition (different cover, publisher, ISBN) is available here at the low, low price of Still Too Much for Debz OG's Bullshit:

u/Liz-B-Anne · 2 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

Dude...everyone (including Dr. Drew) is scared shitless of Ambien. It's not any other adult's place to corral her like she's some helpless child. She's a violent raging criminal who causes people to [walk on eggshells] ( around her. Rightfully so. Even the law can't force meds on an adult who refuses to take them so I fail to see how this is Maci's fault/responsibility even 0.0001%.

This is the most meaningless, vague statement any PR person has ever released. Maci & Amber are not IRL friends. Amber is a scary bully & nobody wants her wrath. They are co-workers & Maci's probably trying to avoid conflict or bodily harm by staying on her "good" side (whatever that is).

u/KlyKly5 · 54 pointsr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

I am highly read up and researched on trauma bonds because I am trying to break the one I am addicted to with my abusive STBXH. I physically wanted to be with him after we had the ugliest divorce, custody and criminal battles. I had to find out what the fuck my problem was and trauma bonds is it. J+D parallel our lives in a lot of ways so let me list the reasons why it’s so strong (from the amazing book The Betrayal Bond: Breaking Free of Exploitive Relationships

  1. When there are repetitive cycles of abuse

  2. When the victim and the victimizer believe in their own uniqueness

  3. When high intensity is mistaken for intimacy

  4. When there is confusion about love

  5. When there are increasing amounts of fear

  6. When children are faced with terror

  7. When there is a history of abuse

  8. When exploitation endures over time

  9. When the community family or social structure reacts in the extremes

  10. When there is a familiar role and script to be fulfilled

  11. When victims and victimizers switch roles of rescue and abuse