Communication with a strong/abusive partner or parent
Communication with a strong/abusive child
Communication with a strong/abusive person in work.
How we communicate with strong abusive people very much depends on our personal boundary. If we have a strong personal boundary, somebody with a strong abusive personality will not impact on us a great deal because we are contained within ourselves and have what is termed an ‘inner locus of control’. We may find this type of personality difficult to be around but they will not overpower us or make us question ourselves or manipulate us. Somebody who is abusive may be very angry inside and unfortunately it’s easier to externalise their anger instead of looking inside themselves at where their anger is rooted.
In essence then, communication with a strong abusive type personality will be more difficult if we are not sure of who we are and what we represent and most important of all; our self-worth. If we are not sure about our worth then an abusive, bullying personality will more easily convince us of our lack of worth.
Being around bullying and abusive behaviours is very unpleasant but if you need to communicate with a person like this you will do so more effectively when they are not getting their desired reactions; Compliance, Fear and Power.
At Insights Counselling Carlow, you will be facilitated as you look at the relationship, be it work related, a family member or a friend. We can explore how you feel about yourself and consequently, how you represent yourself and behave, in relationships. We can look at the origins of these behaviours and any elements of your relational self which you feel you would benefit in developing.
If you feel that you would like to get some more information about the work that I do or if you would like to contact me about coming for an initial session I can be contacted by texting or calling 086 406 3043 or by email at [email protected]
My practice is located circa 4 miles from Carlow Town in a private location.
Counselling will provide you with a space where you can gently explore, at your own pace, whatever is going on in your life and how it is impacting on you.
In Counselling you will be facilitated, as you reflect and gain new perspectives on your world outside the Counselling room.
Counselling will give you a deeper insight and with that a greater understanding of your world and yourself.
Counselling can bring healing around: Depression, Anxiety, Anger, Low Self-Worth, Low Confidence, Relationship Difficulties, Siblings/Parent Relationships, A Difficult Childhood, Bereavement, Living with an Addict and many other issues.
The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am then I can change.
Carl R. Rogers