Healing After Narcissistic Abuse: Recover, Move on and Heal Yourself After a Toxic Abusive Relationship with a Narcissist: Recovering from Emotional Abuse and the Effects of Narcissism on a Deeper Level (Unabridged)
If you have come out of a toxic relationship and are ready to move on, focus on yourself, and finally heal, then keep reading....
This book is about healing yourself rather than the main focus being on the narcissist and their behaviour. Constant research on narcissism only takes away time that could be used for implementing self-care patterns for your own recovery.
Do you want to get past all the painful feelings such as shock, confusion, fear of the future, anger, loneliness, abandonment, and shame?
If so, you have come to right place.
You see, freeing yourself from destructive patterns doesn’t have to be difficult.
Even if you have tried researching behaviors of narcissists and other ways to move on, it can be easier than you think, if done correctly.
I wasted time trying to heal in the wrong way. Researching narcissism and replaying and speaking about everything over and over again rather than digging deeper, truly deeper.
Don’t get me wrong, speaking up about abuse is the first, most important initial step you can take. But what comes next? How do you continue to heal past this?
Studies have shown time and time again that deep healing is the way to truly address issues you are facing. Children that experience certain types of trauma during childhood are more likely to end up being in some form of an abusive relationship. A study by The Nursing Clinics of North America also concluded that healing the inner child by grieving neglected childhood developmental needs improves the quality of one's life.
Here is a tiny fraction of what you’ll discover:
How knowing everything about narcissism is not helping you, and what to do instead
Useful things to do in the immediate aftermath, proven methods on how to process trauma
Understanding what a pseudopersonality is, and how to fix it
Inner child healing, why is it useful for women like us, what it is and how to go about it
How simple exercises can help you with controlling your own thoughts after years of putting them first
Why meditation and mindfulness is so important
How to reprogram your inner critic
Do I need therapy? If so, which is best for me?
Why your limited beliefs are holding you back
Writing exercises for every step of the way
Stories from real women
Things you need to know before getting into a new relationship
Even if you are struck with fear for the future, feel like you will never be able to move forward, and have hit rock bottom, you can break this cycle by applying the strategies in this book.