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Dating & Relationships After Narcissistic Abuse with Sarah Ramsey

Heal, Grow, Evolve with Kim

In this episode, Toxic Relationship Specialist and host of the podcast 'Toxic Person Proof', interviews Kim Saeed as they talk about relationships and dating after narcissistic abuse.Learn the most common struggles experienced by narcissistic abuse survivors, the two schools of thought after leaving a toxic relationship, what NOT to do during your first dates with a new potential partner, and other ways to become Toxic Person Proof.Find Sarah's podcast, Toxic Person Proof, on Apple Podcasts here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/toxic-person-proof/id1518667023Find her newly released book, Becoming Toxic Person Proof, here: https://bit.ly/BecomingToxicPersonProofOther Ways to Break Free From Narcissistic AbuseWhether you’re just discovering you are dealing with narcissistic abuse or are trying to heal from a narcissistic relationship, here are some helpful tips and resources: 1 – The Beginner’s Healing Toolkit is a free resource that includes everything you need to get started on healing your life after narcissistic abuse: https://bit.ly/BeginnersHealingToolkit2 – The Essential Break Free Bootcamp – Explore techniques derived from behavioral therapy (vetted by the psychological and neuro-psychological communities) to finally heal your life: https://bit.ly/EssentialBreakFreeBootcamp3 – The THRIVE program – Rediscover your lost self after narcissistic abuse (and prepare yourself for true love): https://bit.ly/SelfLove_TrueLove_THRiVEThe Bottom LineEveryone has the innate capacity to heal themselves. But, you will likely need external support to heal the traumas that get in the way of your ability to tune into this gift.⠀Helpful tools and resources can assist you in developing effective ways to break free from narcissistic abuse.

28mins

11 Feb 2021

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TTR Network - 01/14/21 - Dr. Pat - Sarah Ramsey - Hour 1

Alternative Talk- 1150AM KKNW

The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By!: The Tricky Tentacles of Toxic Relationships with Special Guest Sarah K. Ramsey

55mins

14 Jan 2021

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TTR Network - 10/28/20 - Dr. Pat - Sarah Ramsey - Hour 1

Alternative Talk- 1150AM KKNW

The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By!: Becoming Toxic Person Proof with special guest Sarah K. Ramsey

55mins

28 Oct 2020

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Relationship Recovery Specialist Sarah Ramsey

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Sarah K Ramsey a toxic relationship recovery specialist who helps women reconnect with their strengths so they can design lives they are excited to live.We talk about how to recover from a toxic relationship and recognize when you’re in one.We talk about narcissists and how to trust your intuition.

1hr

7 Aug 2020

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Relationship Recovery Specialist Sarah Ramsey

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Sarah K Ramsey a toxic relationship recovery specialist who helps women reconnect with their strengths so they can design lives they are excited to live.We talk about how to recover from a toxic relationship and recognize when you’re in one.We talk about narcissists and how to trust your intuition.

1hr

7 Aug 2020

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Ep. 149: Cullman & Kravis designers Ellie Cullman and Sarah Ramsey

How to Decorate

This week, we welcome Ellie Cullman and Sarah Ramsey of Cullman & Kravis Associates, one of the top design firms in the country known for providing the highest quality of design and personal service. They discuss how the firm was founded and rose to be one of the leaders in design, along with the inspiration behind their new book, From Classic To Contemporary. We talk with them about ways to infuse traditional interiors with a modern and liveable perspective, what to do when you don’t want to be formal in a larger space, and how to create an art collection that best showcases your emotions and unique style.What You’ll Hear On This Episode: Ellie shares her great story of getting into design through a screenplay that didn’t go to well in a pitch meeting. The four ways to make a huge impact when creating a space that feels refreshed and flows seamlessly. All your art does not have to come from one specific time period or collection. You can have art reflect your individual taste and lead with emotions rather than what you think should be in the rooms. Why attending an art fair (once we can go to them again) is a great idea to find affordable yet meaningful pieces or even just an idea of what’s out there. Just like finding love, don’t commit to a certain design idea until you’ve looked around and “dated” a bunch of other ideas. If you are constantly seeing the same design ideas reflected back through your searches or Instagram algorithm pages, you can break out and try to embrace something new! Ellie and Sarah work with designers of all ages at Cullman & Kravis, and they find this to be a source of inspiration and fresh ideas. Ways we can create “lamp harmony” by adding uplighting, chandeliers, or even just changing an outdated light bulb or shade. The Hudson River home that exemplified how to arrange furniture in a large room that doesn’t need to be so formal. More about the Palm Beach project that portrayed beautiful accent walls and big colorful gestures. Mentioned In This Episode:Cullman & KravisFrom Classic to Contemporary@cullmankravisAmerican Folk Art MuseumKramer vs. KramerSotheby’sDecorating Dilemma:First, as a pet owner, we understand the comfort of wanting to have an indoor and outdoor rug. The technology is amazing these days, and you can get ones that look nice, like the Ballard Anders Indoor/Outdoor rug, that hopefully, your cat won’t destroy. You could paint the top of the table and get a pop of color that way, which allows you to get a 48” table and save some space. Your house is light and open, we love it! Good choice of neutral yet beautiful paint colors as well.  

59mins

14 Jul 2020

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Chapter 4: Sarah Ramsey on beating book blame with brilliant bookselling

3 Books With Neil Pasricha

Welcome to the first chapter of 3 Books recorded live in an open bookstore! Book City is in the heart of Toronto's beautiful Bloor West Village neighborhood and that's where I settled into the children's section to talk blame, beauty, and growth with my favorite bookseller in the world -- the one and only Sarah Ramsey. I love Sarah because she takes the art of bookselling seriously and seemingly reads people’s minds to find the exact book they need to help them grow. As we always say: Humans are the best algorithm. Listen in to hear us touch on themes of beauty, loss, and honoring ones we love... What you'll learn: What makes a great bookseller? Who owns grief after loss?  How do you honor a life through storytelling? What Judy Blume book is the first to appear on 3 Books? What is one of the funniest stories I’ve ever heard involving marital guilt, shame, and Kindles? Why are humans the best algorithms? How can books transcend generations? What memoir helped invent the category -- and have we "over-memoired" ourselves? Why can you judge a book by its cover? Leave us a voicemail! Your message may be included in a future episode: 1-833-READ-A-LOT  You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://www.3books.co/chapters/4 Sign up to receive podcast updates here: https://www.3books.co/email-list/

1hr 20mins

15 May 2018