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Paul Colaianni
Love and Abuse
Helping you identify toxic communication, emotional abuse, manipulation, and other forms of bad behavior in relationships. Full of tips and advice for your friendships, family, love life, and marriage. Revealing covert abusive communication that takes away your power. Learn to pinpoint the specific toxic behaviors such as narcissistic abuse and verbal abuse before you are dragged into their game so deep you come out a shell of your former self. Love and Abuse is the official podcast of The M.E.A.N. Workbook, an assessment and healing guide to help you evaluate the emotionally abusive and...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 766 ratings
Can’t thank you enough
For the past three years, I’ve been in an abusive relationship with a person who suffers from addiction and comes from a chauvinistic culture. I have a tendency to be overly compassionate to the point I end up desperately trying to understand the other persons feelings while neglecting my own....Read full review »
Aross0505 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/01/22
This is Amazing!!!
This is the best thing I have ever come across! When your in the middle of the tornado, sometimes you think your crazy and can’t articulate your feelings. This podcast has helped me so much and I can’t ever recommend it enough!! His voice is smoothing and just what I needed. Thank you Thank you...Read full review »
Nikki-Remake via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/22/22
An absolute MUST-listen!
This podcast was what finally gave me the ability to understand exactly what was happening to me in my toxic relationship with an extremely manipulative narcissist, to explain what I was experiencing to other people, and to finally get out of the emotionally, verbally, and physically abusive...Read full review »
Steph__F via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/07/22
Recent Episodes
Published 09/02/22
Why do we return to toxic people over and over again? It's certainly not because we love to suffer. But maybe there's more going on that should be considered. Sometimes knowing the reasons can help you stop the round trips back to someone that doesn't seem to care if you're happy or not. 
Published 08/02/22
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