Break Free from Controllers!
This is a FREE powerful resource that you can use to take back control from the controlling people in your personal or professional life. For more than 35 years Les Carter, Ph.D has used this system to help individuals regain their own personal control from controlling people and keep it. With this free report he’ll help you get started!
You’re Not the Boss of Me!
Thriving in Spite of the
Narcissist in Your Life
At his heart, Dr. Les Carter is a mentor,
and through his video workshops he provides
you with effective practical tools crafted by
decades of rebuilding relationships
and emotional health.
Breaking Free from the Anger Trap
12 Strategies to Keep Anger
from Sabotaging Your Success
Affair Crisis Plan
An Intelligent and Practical
Response to Relationship Betrayal
MarriagePath Radio Podcast
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Five Problems Feeding The Controller’s Behaviors
Season 3, Episode 140
Once controllers admit their secret struggle with insecurity, they will need to take stock of what lies within their personalities. Chief among their struggles is hidden fear. The fact that they insist others must conform indicates they feel threatened by behavior contrary to their preferences. This trend can change, but it begins with self-awareness and honesty, as this podcast will address.
Eight Ways to Respond to a Controller’s Insecurities
Season 3, Episode 139
When a person acts consistently controlling, behind the scenes is a deep insecurity driven by fear and apprehension. Yet these people often operate with such a low level of self awareness that they cannot admit this obvious truth. Your task, as one who relates with the controller, is to keep your composure, not allowing the other to set your emotional pace.
Standing In Self-Respect Even When You Don’t Receive A Good Response
Season 3, Episode 138
Assertiveness is defined as standing for your your worth, needs, and convictions while also showing regard for others. Unfortunately, when you are clean in your communication, some will still respond poorly. At that point, it becomes your task to stay on point, as opposed to letting the other person hijack your good intentions. And that is what we will address in this podcast.
Six Internal Adjustments To Keep From Being Overwhelmed By Toxic People
Season 3, Episode 137
When you are committed to a friendly, kind demeanor, others may see that as an opportunity to manipulate. In order to prevent ongoing toxicity, you will need to balance your goodness with firmness and boundaries. This will require certain internal adjustments to your surrounding circumstances, which will be identified in this podcast.
How To Respond When Your Partner Is Evasive
Season 3, Episode 136
Healthy relationships are built upon skills emphasizing connection and affirmation. Sometimes, though, a partner may be reluctant to connect, becoming avoidant. This can be especially common when conflicts arise. When this happens it is reasonable to attempt to connect, but in the event that it doesn’t happen, you will need to be poised to keep your cool. That is what we will address in this podcast.
Seven Indicators Of An Uplifting Relating Style
Season 3, Episode 135
Variety is built into all creation, meaning our relationships are defined by differentness and uniqueness. Even so, we can still choose to be agreeable as we encounter those differences. Agreeable people are able to set aside a competitive spirit, realizing that we are all on the same team. Goodness and affirmation become first priority. In this podcast we will look at the ways you can put this vital trait into play.
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