Below are the most common questions I receive about the Healed Being program. Feel free to reach out if you have any further comments or questions.
My goal is to help you get to a point where you don’t need this program anymore.
As long as you are a member, the lessons will go on indefinitely and you will have access to the online support group until you feel you are in a good position to continue the healing journey on your own.
I write new lessons all the time based on the feedback and questions I get from members in the program so you always have the latest, most powerful healing and change tools available.
This is a true “cancel anytime” program. The program goes on as long as you need it.
$49 per month. For that amount, you receive the following:
- Email lessons sent every 3 to 7 days
- Answers to the questions I receive from members in the program (Q&As), and even answers to questions from recipients of emotionally abusive behavior. Learning from both perspectives will help you heal and change faster
- Access to a private, online support group where I and others are there for you to share, vent, ask questions and support the group with what you’ve learned
You can cancel as soon as you believe you are ready to continue the healing journey on your own.
Though Healed Being can be a valuable, life-changing experience, and is certainly a much smaller investment than therapy, you may not have the budget to do a program like this. That’s why I host two free podcasts dedicated to your mental health and well-being.
Here they are:
The Overwhelmed Brain: This podcast will help you make good decisions, become emotionally intelligent, and create great relationships. It’s all about what it takes to become the most improved version of yourself.
Love and Abuse: This podcast talks about emotionally abusive relationships and what it takes to learn how to handle abusive behavior from others. It is geared toward the recipient of hurtful behavior but can be extremely valuable along your journey to healing because you may relate to many of the topics I talk about.
Signing up for the trial will give you a great start to your healing journey, and will also give you a good taste of the learning material I’ve created and what to expect going forward.
I get a lot of feedback from those in the program, so if you resonate with what others are saying, you will likely benefit from the program as well.
I encourage you to at least sign up for the free trial. If you aren’t sure if you should continue the program after that, sign up for one month so that you can get a good measurement of the changes in your life.
If you don’t experience the changes you’re hoping for, there’s a cancel link at the bottom of every lesson. It’s available anytime you want to stop.
If however, you find it valuable, the program will continue and you’ll soon start to see results that will improve many aspects of your life.
The Q&As are my answers to real questions from members of the program. You might consider them valuable bonus lessons.
Over the years, I’ve gotten a lot of questions regarding abusive and hurtful behavior. So each time I address a specific issue, I turn it into a lesson.
You’ll read questions from people on the same journey as you and get to look over my shoulder to view my response to those individuals.
I continue to receive questions from both sides of emotionally abusive relationships and write up new lessons and Q&As all the time.
As long as you’re a member, you’ll continue to receive all the latest and best tools for your healing and learn techniques to help you change.
I no longer do one on ones. Sorry about that. I did for years but simply don’t have time anymore.
However, I and others are available in the private, online support group for you when you need to vent, ask questions, or simply share what’s going on in your life.
We’re there to help you through the challenges, or just give you the space to relate to people that know what you’re going through.
This is one of the most common questions I receive. The quick answer is if you’re looking to save your relationship after being emotionally abusive, this program will help you show up as the best version of yourself.
In my opinion, when you give it your all, and you’re truly committed to changing your behavior and healing any unhealthy coping mechanisms you may have, that is the best chance of saving a relationship.
The long answer is much more complicated. It really depends if love still exists and if the other person hasn’t been pushed too far. Some people reach their limit and aren’t willing to travel any farther.
Unfortunately, some people who join this program have pushed someone they care about beyond their limit. It’s very difficult to reconcile after someone has closed their heart off completely. But again, as long as love is still somewhere in there, there is a chance.
This is a very tough question to answer because everyone has their limits and everyone is different in how they feel about making the relationship work. But no matter what, always continue to work on yourself.
Even if you know for sure you are losing the relationship today, you don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow or next year. You may reconcile or not. But when you’re focused on your own healing and growth, that goes a long way in the eyes of others.
Unfortunately, it can be difficult to find a therapist that knows a lot about the nuances of abusive behavior. They are out there, but I’ve found there are fewer than the world really needs.
Fortunately, you’re going to get a lot from this program. Plus, I’ve been where you are so you will get value from the successes and failures I share with you in the lessons.
I realize however you may still want to work with a professional one-on-one. If so, I recommend looking for one that has dealt with domestic violence, psychological or verbal abuse, or even narcissistic abuse.
The tricky part is emotional abuse is a big bucket that a lot of the above behaviors fit into. You may find a therapist that really knows their stuff. But you will likely need to vet a few to make sure they know exactly what you’re going through.
To help you know what to ask a potential therapist, I created a podcast episode over at Love and Abuse called “Emotional Abuse explained for your friends, family, attorney, therapist or anyone else that may need to know what you’re experiencing.”
Give that a listen. If you resonate with what I talk about in there, you’ll know what to ask a therapist when you start your search.
You can also look into BetterHelp Online Therapy which will give you some alternative forms of therapy.