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Are you wondering whether you have autism? Or perhaps you’ve been recently diagnosed. Dr. Claire Jack takes you through what to expect when coming to terms with autism and how you can move beyond feeling fearful, unsure and confused to feeling confident in yourself. Being a woman with autism makes life tough. Many women adapt by masking who they really are and living lives which are not true to their needs. Based on her experience of coaching women with autism throughout the world, and of being a woman with autism, Dr. Jack helps you move beyond your diagnosis towards accepting and embracing yourself and your autism as you move towards self-compassion, acceptance and authenticity. This book provides a checklist of women’s symptoms and discusses the stages involved in seeking out a diagnosis. The interactive nature of this book helps you identify what steps you need to take to live a happy, fulfilled life and put in place healthy boundaries which allow you to meet your needs, from making time for special interests to preventing social burnout. Whatever stage you’re at in your journey, this book will help you establish where you want to be and how you’re going to get there.
Life can be tough for Level 1, or high-functioning, autistic teens. As a parent, it’s hard to know how to support your child as they deal with issues such as sexuality, future choices, sensory challenges, emotional regulation and social issues. Solution-focused parenting is about moving to a solution mindset, from a problem mindset. This book teaches you how to listen – really listen – in a way which enters into and respects your teen’s perspective. It has practical suggestions for discussing issues that matter in a way which avoids triggering meltdowns and avoidance. If you’re concerned about your child, it helps you move to a point of positivity which helps you help your child accept themselves and reach their potential as they move towards adulthood. This book draws on the experiences of parents and autistic children and is filled with real-life examples of transformative parenting.
A must-read for anyone who experiences adult trauma as the result of being raised by a narcissistic parent. An insightful and compassionate exploration into the world of narcissistic parenting, with engaging exercises to help you, finally, release yourself from your parent’s hold.
Narcissists are emotionally abusive, controlling, jealous, delusional and consumed with a need to feel special and superior. They’re difficult, scary and damaging people to be around and, if you’re the child of a narcissist, you’ll undoubtedly have been affected to your core. Being raised by a narcissist is emotionally draining and damaging, and the effects can last a lifetime. Dr. Claire Jack has helped clients throughout the world discover who they are and what they need to love, value and accept themselves.
The first part of this book examines the traumatic experiences which children of narcissists are subjected to. It sheds light on the, often very subtle, but deeply damaging, impact of emotional abuse, narcissistic rage and toxic family dynamics. The second part of this book guides you through the seven steps required to healing from your toxic childhood.