October 09, 2022
Tamika from Alabama wonders why her co-parent persists in finding the bad in her, especially since she is trying so hard to be a good co-parent. Diane & Rick break it down and discuss how grieving parents or high conflict people use cognitive distortions as a strategy to get sympathy or attention. They also talk about theI Am Non-Impossible journal and an exciting series of episodes coming in November, called the Case from Hell.
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