WAYNESVILLE, N.C., February 21, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Mental Health News Radio now features Save Your Sanity: Help for Handling Hijackals® hosted by relationship consultant, mediator and speaker, Rhoberta Shaler, Ph.D.
Save Your Sanity shows listeners how to recognize the patterns, traits, and cycles of the relentlessly difficult people she calls Hijackals®. It is focused on providing help and support for the partners, exes, adult children, friends, and co-workers of Hijackals.
Dr. Shaler is the author sixteen books, including "How to Spot a Hijackal®." She coined the term “Hijackals” to describe individuals whose toxic, crazy-making behavior causes you to second-guess yourself and question your sanity. She defines them as “people who hijack relationships–for their own purposes–and relentlessly scavenge them for power, status, and control.”
Save Your Sanity offers expert advice to listeners on how to see, manage, and communicate in these relationships in ways that reflect understanding and reduce blame, while neither condoning or enabling the toxic behaviors.
Dr. Rhoberta said, “My term, Hijackals, gives folks a non-clinical way to talk about what is going on within their relationships, without resorting to psychological diagnoses which are unlikely to be accurate. People who have loved, lived with, left, or were raised by Hijackals need insights, strategies, help, and support to see the patterns, step out of them, and make decisions about the possibilities of the relationships.”
Save Your Sanity reaches listeners in over thirty countries. It airs twice a week on the Mental Health News Radio Network. Recent episodes include, "3 Assertive Things to Do When Your Partner or Parent Refuses to Take Responsibility," "Steps to Stopping Verbal Violence in Your Work Life," and "How Will I Feel When I Leave a Hijackal®?" All episodes are available via Spreaker, Apple Podcasts, Binge TV Networks and Mental Health News Radio.
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