I am a sand tray play therapist and a little, so, miniatures are an important part of expression to me. I did not realize when I bought these two figures why I was drawn to them. Yes, they are cute and adorable figurines, but they are so much more. When you look closer at the bunny dressed as a fox, it is a prey animal dressed as a predator. The wolf is sheep’s clothing is a predator dressed as a prey animal. After working through some of my stuff with a narcissist mixed with my education, I have noticed narcissists tend to play the victim when really, they are the predator. They position their prey or victim as the predator because when a narcissist cannot control their victim anymore, they try to control how others see them. I just wanted to share how “cute” figures or miniatures can mean more to someone then just the surface level.
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I specialize in love, sexual, and relationship positivity, as well as addiction counseling, for individuals, couples, and families. I have experience in working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families. I am receiving my PhD in clinical sexology from the International Institute of Clinical Sexology with concentrations in addiction and kink lifestyles. I received my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Liberty University. I believe in a holistic and systematic approach to therapy and coaching. You can contact me at 678-964-4739 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.