Practical Psychology for Lovers – II: Intimate Relationships after Abuse and Trauma

Loving someone who has been abused or otherwise traumatized requires that we accept their histories without condoning the toxic behavior that harmed them.

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By Dr T J Jordan



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Dr T J Jordan

Passionate about sexualities, masculinities, relationships, intimacy, mental health, CPTSD , animals, growth, psychology, and exotic locations.