Home > Uncategorized > Dating Again, Part 4: Letting Go of the Codependent – Narcissist – Borderline Fairy Tale [Video]

Dating Again, Part 4: Letting Go of the Codependent – Narcissist – Borderline Fairy Tale [Video]


Part Four of the Dating Again video series discusses the common never-going-to-come-true fairy tales some people have constructed about love and relationships since childhood. If you’re family of origin was dysfunctional and toxic, odds are you have some faulty beliefs about love and relationships. If your belief system involves loving a broken person well, or a chaos monster into normal, loving human being, it’s time to let go of it and adapt a healthier view of relationships that’s much more likely to come true.

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  1. August 6, 2019 at 4:15 pm

    Dr Tara- the Frozen story is explicitly about REJECTING the “find a man and be happy” trope. Anna, absorbed by the romantic fantasy, gets burned by a relationship with a man who is a user. It’s when she rejects that terrible relationship that the story is resolved.

    • Dr. Tara J. Palmatier, PsyD
      August 6, 2019 at 4:48 pm

      If that’s what you’re stuck on, you missed the entire point of the video.

  2. TheGirlInside2018
    August 6, 2019 at 1:43 pm

    “…who devours their children.” That’s a cold hard truth!
    Staying with an abuser “for the sake of the children” is doing nothing more than teaching your children that (1) Abuse is okay and (2) that Being abused is okay!

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