About Sharie Stines, Psy.D
Sharie Stines, Psy.D. is a recovery expert specializing in personality disorders, complex trauma and helping people overcome damage caused to their lives by addictions, abuse, trauma and dysfunctional relationships. Sharie is a counselor at LIfeline Counseling & Education Inc., in Southern California (www.lifelinecounselingservices.org). Lifeline Counseling is a non-profit organization 501(c)(3) corporation. Sharie is also an abusive relationship recovery coach - therecoveryexpert.com
Articles by Sharie Stines, Psy.D:
Characteristics Commonly Found in “Alienated” Parents (or other Alienated Relationships)
The Strong Victim: Why Victims of Abuse Stay
The Clinician’s Guide to Helping Client’s Heal from Trauma Bonds: Breaking Free from Toxic Relationships
Control by Deprivation
How Victims are groomed by Abusive Predators
Coping With the Rejection Of a Child
Narcissism Explained: Jungian Theory
Let Go of That Toxic Relationship and Move On!
Healing from Divorce
When you’re the so-called “codependent” in a narcissistic relationship
How to Recognize a Controller and Take Back Your Life
Statements That May be Helpful for “Normal” Couples, But are Destructive in Abusive/Narcissistic Relationships
Statements Frequently Made by Abusers, Narcissists, or other such Psychopaths
When you grow up as the invisible child (the impact of being raised by a narcissist)
Coping with Blame
When your Parent is a Narcissist: Take your Life Back (or, establish it in the First Place!)
What’s up with Bill Cosby? – A perfect example of the duplicitous narcissist
What’s the difference between a narcissist, sociopath, and borderline?
Narcissists Do Not Parent: This Explains Why You are Having Such a Hard Time!
Divorcing a Narcissist
The Myth of “I’m Triggered and it’s Your Fault”
When Your Friend is in an Abusive Relationship
What’s the Difference between Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder?
Healing from Parental Neglect
What to expect after leaving your narcissist and going “no contact”
War Guide for Preventing and Coping with Narcissistic Parental Alienation
Healing from Rejection
Holidays are so much better without the silent treatment
Emotional Abuse and Threats of Abandonment
Why Victims of Abuse Stay with Their Abusive, Narcissistic, or Borderline Partner and What to do About It
Why is Couples Counseling Counter-Productive in Abusive Relationships?
What Causes Attachment Based Parental Alienation in Narcissistic Relationships?
When a Victim of Abuse Experiences “Red Flags”
The Myth of “It Takes Two to Ruin a Relationship”
When Your Spouse Cheats
Ten Rules Found in Narcissistic Homes
When You’re the Wife of a Narcissist
Healing the Abandonment Wound
Things Narcissists Bank On
When Your Kids Turn Against You In Favor of the Narcissistic Parent
Healing from Emotional Abuse
The Trauma of Workplace Bullying
Protecting Yourself from Manipulation
How do I forgive my abuser?
Why Do I Always feel Confused and Responsible in My Relationship? (The Borderline Male)
Five Narcissistic Relationship Survival Tips
Tips from the Arena: Addressing Underlying Causes of Panic Attacks
The Loyalty Bind of the Narcissist’s Child
Watching Our Children Cope with Narcissist Abuse