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Join Jeanie Cisco Meth and host Aaron Huey as they talk about bullying in today’s culture.

When Jeanie was a young girl, everyone knew she was different. When she got into school, the labeling began. She had so many learning disabilities and physical differences she stood out. She had dyslexia, she couldn’t talk very well, she was legally blind, by the eighth grade she was six feet tall, she was a cancer survivor, and the list goes on. She was told she would never amount to much. She remembers sitting in the classroom with her parents and her teachers listening to the discussion about her dismal future. Jeanie and her parents had different ideas. Delbert and Martha, Jeanie’s parents, did not spend so much time, money, emotional stress battling childhood cancer with her just to give up now. They knew she would find a way.

When Jeanie got into high school she decided she was not going to let someone else tell her how her future would go. She sought out the tools that helped her graduate high school then she went on to college. She was the first in her family to graduate from a four-year university.

Jeanie used her learning patterns to help others become successful as well. She went on to become a high school teacher and helped many students find their true path in life. When a fellow teacher asked her to teach what she had learned about helping students, Jeanie designed courses to do just that. Jeanie then decided to take what she is teaching and make it available to a larger audience. One of her main courses is called Bully Proofing You: Taming the Bully Between Your Ears.

She has found success or a lesson in everything she has ever tried to do and accomplish. She loves teaching people who want to improve and make a difference in and with their lives. Jeanie is the majority owner in two very successful businesses and teaches people from all walks of life how to create the life they desire. Her passion and enthusiasm will have you filled with excitement while you learn how to create your own incredible life.

How do narcissistic predators test the boundaries of their victims? Why do victims tend to ignore red flags early on? And what does childhood abuse have to do with this? In this episode, I explore why we tend to ignore our inner guidance and how we can start to tap into the intuition that could save our lives.

Pre-order my new book, Healing the Children of Narcissists, here:

Read my blog on Psych Central to learn more red flags of narcissists:

Is the narcissist really happy with the new victim? I explore the reasons why we ask this question and why the answer is likely no.

5 behaviours that will expose a narcissist the first time you meet them:

12 Of The Most Common Lies Sociopaths And Narcissists Tell, Translated Into Truth:

My Bustle Interview – 7 Self-Care Strategies To Help Manage Trauma, According to Experts:

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Why INFJ Empaths Fall Prey To Narcissists:  

What It’s Like Being An INFJ, In Other Words, A Living Paradox:

6 Things You Need To Know If You’re Dating An INFJ:

5 Ways To Stay Strong As An INFJ Empath:

Are you being gaslighted?Read Gaslighting Explained here.



Check out my articles on empaths and children of narcissists:

7 Things People Don’t Realize You’re Doing Because You’re The Child Of A Narcissistic Parent:

The Dark Side Of Being An Empath:

Why INFJ Empaths Fall Prey To Narcissists:

Pete Walker’s Human Bill of Rights:

Social anxiety, empath or avoidant personality disorder? Find out here: What Avoidant Personality DIsorder Really Is.





Female malignant narcissists are especially dangerous because they can fly under the radar more easily.

The 4 traits discussed: Intro (0:00-05:50) 

1. A sadistic sense of pleasure at someone else’s pain (05:50 – 09:08) and relational aggression towards other females (10:01 – 17:17) 2. An insatiable sense of competitiveness, due to pathological envy and the need to be the center of attention. (09:08 – 17:17) 3. An obsession with her appearance as well as a high level of materialism and superficiality; this could also translate into a haughty sense of intellectual superiority if the narcissist in question is more cerebral than somatic. (17:17 – 22:01)  4. A blatant disregard for the boundaries of intimate relationships, including her own. (22:01 – 24:00) Closing comments: Tips on how to deal with narcissists, how to heal and how to rise above. (24:00 – 35:48)

*This discussion of female narcissists was first featured in my article on Psych Central here.

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Dawn Marie Westmoreland speaks with us about her experience working with Veterans Affairs and the horrific workplace bullying she suffered after reporting unfair treatment, the subsequent law suit, her activism to empower others experiencing this type of harassment, and her book coming out in May of 2015, The Empowered Whistleblower.

For anyone who has experienced workplace harassment this book and this show are for you.


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Alice Washington is an associate at the California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions. Ms. Washington was awarded a Bachelor’s of Art degree from Stanford University during March of 1988.  Her major was Sociology:  Social Sciences. In the past few years, Ms. Washington has received a Train-the-Trainer Certificate from California State University, Sacramento.  In 2013, Alice completed an A.S. in Graphic Design. She also completed a Diploma in Web Design and Interactive Media in December 2015. Finally, Alice has skills in developing technology-based trainings.

Alice has been living with schizophrenia, depression and anxiety since age 27. She has had diabetes for about 6 years during to Zyprexa and obesity.

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Passionate people in the healthcare field are often hard to come by. We find it impossible to simply go through the motions when it comes to our lives and our work. Thankfully we at Mental Health News Radio and everythingEHR are infectious. We meet incredible people like Theresa Wray who then introduce us to more incredible people like our guest Tom Dahlborg.

It’s always terrific when you have chemistry with a guest. Tom and I certainly have that passion that added some zing to our very comfortable conversation about where healthcare is going. And, where Tom is leading necessary change towards a more compassionate and thoughtful patient experience.

Please welcome Tom Dahlborg to Mental Health News Radio.


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Rachel Lander works as an Occupational Therapist and Management Consultant in the U.K. We’ve had the great fortune of crossing her path online where she has a huge following. It has been interesting to watch how she navigates the world of social media with such grace and dignity. We’ve certainly learned by observation how she handles communication with her long list of followers. Social media communication takes special skill especially when dealing with the inevitability of cyber bullying.

We reached out to Rachel to discuss her work in behavioral health care but also to discuss what seems to be a hot topic these days: Cyber Bullying and dealing with Narcissistic Personality Disorder.


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