Am I a bad friend if I shut someone down for talking about a toxic relationship?

It’s become popular to call it “trauma dumping” when someone talks about their abuse. But is that an accurate description? Might we be harming others when we pathologize their need to share?

In today’s episode, we’ll look closely at why victims tend to overshare traumatic experiences and how we can help support them in the healing process.

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