November 14



In today’s episode, Carrington talks about the power of perspective. Two people can experience the same life event and make it mean two entirely different things. She tells her story of family rejection, malignant narcissism, and religious mind games. 

For much of Carrington’s life, it was a struggle just to survive, to hold it together, to stay above water.  

Her childhood was filled with family rejection, malignant narcissism, and religious mind games. She has survived sexual assault, two divorces, piles of debt, abuse, the death of loved ones, and the loss of close friends. Determined not to let these events define her, she began her journey to self-acceptance. She learned the power of perspective and began to thrive when she changed her mindset. 

Carrington is a single mom, attorney, business owner, and executive search professional. During the pandemic, she felt compelled to share her story; the story of an ordinary person. Candid and raw, her book, Blooming, tells of her journey from trauma to triumph. It takes you on a treasure hunt to discover the gifts in the shit. Shit is quite literally fertilizer. It is in the trauma and difficulties of life that we discover what we need to bloom into our greatness. 

In This Episode 

  • Narcissism behavior 
  • Mindset work for internal belief 
  • Everyone’s greatness is in their uniqueness 
  • Outgrowing friendships 


Carrington’s Website 

Carrington’s Instagram, Twitter & Facebook 


PBT Institute Membership 

Trust Again 2.0 

PBT Podcasts 

Healed or Hardened Quiz 

Post Betrayal Syndrome Quiz 

About the author 

Dr. Debi

A Trusted Resource in an Untrusting Niche

Dr. Debi Silber, founder of The PBT (Post Betrayal Transformation) Institute https://thepbtinstitute.com is an award-winning speaker, bestselling author, holistic psychologist, a health, mindset and personal development expert who’s created a proven multi-pronged approach to help people heal (physically, mentally and emotionally) from the trauma of betrayal.

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