Your Decision-Making Blueprint

A Digital Guide for Adult Children of Toxic or Narcissistic Parents Considering Low or No Contact

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Are you struggling with a difficult relationship?

Are you wondering if you need some space from a toxic or dysfunctional person?

Even when relationships are painful and unhealthy, it can be difficult to go low- or no-contact. It’s common to feel guilty and ashamed when you take space–whether it’s a temporary or permanent decision. And it’s especially hard to maintain boundaries with toxic people because they’re experts at using guilt and shame to manipulate us into staying connected!

This digital guide will help you recognize signs of dysfunctional relationships, assess your relationships, and affirm your decision to take space, if that’s what’s right for you.

Prioritize Your Peace with Empowered Decisions!

This 30-page digital guide contains insights, strategies, and reflective questions that I’ve honed over 20 years as a psychotherapist. It provides space for you to explore how taking space from a toxic relationship can help you heal and encourages you to consider your needs and make the best decisions for yourself.

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With this digital guide, you’ll

  • Identify abusive behaviors and toxic traits
  • Reflect on if or when it makes sense for you to distance yourself from a difficult relationship
  • Learn about how distance can aid healing from toxic relationships
  • Feel empowered to make choices that prioritize your needs
  • Practice setting boundaries that protect your physical and emotional safety
  • Access additional resources

This is a digital product. Upon purchase, you will receive an email with links to download it. Please download your purchase within 30 days and save it to your computer. Saving it on a smartphone is not recommended.

About Dr. Sharon Martin

I’m a licensed psychotherapist practicing in California. I specialize in helping individuals overcome codependency, perfectionism, and self-criticism so they can embrace their authentic selves and build happy, healthy relationships. I’m passionate about spreading the word that everyone deserves to be treated with love and respect – and there’s no need to feel guilty about taking care of yourself!

I am the author of The CBT Workbook for Perfectionism and The Better Boundaries Workbook and write the blog Conquering Codependency for Psychology Today.

I hope you’ll take a few minutes to explore my website. The Start Here page is a great place to begin!

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