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6 Steps to Emotional Healing after Narcissistic Abuse by Kim Saeed

Superb Video by Kim Saeed. Narcissistic Abuse could result in Complex Trauma.

Kim details six steps which could help one to deal with the Trauma caused by Narcissistic Abuse. Highly Recommended.

Video is courtesy of the Kim Saeed YouTube channel

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Why Are Narcissists So Dangerous?

The “After Narcissistic Abuse” blog has a great post titled: “Why Are Narcissists Are So Dangerous?“.

There is no copyright notice and there are share links. I could cut and paste their fine post, as I have seen  at least one other site do.

Just because I could, does not mean that I should.

When I read the About page on “After Narcissistic Abuse“, I got the sense that person(s) creating that blog are doing so to try and help others by informing them about Narcissists and their Red Flags among other things. Not unlike why this site is here.

Click on this line to visit the “After Narcissistic Abuse” blog to read their post titled “Why Are Narcissists Are So Dangerous?

The closure, after Narcissistic Abuse, that you seek will never happen. Your feelings and pain will never be acknowledged by the Narcissist.

The very last sentence spoken in this video is extremely important.

Be good to Yourself.“.

Video is courtesy of the begood4000 YouTube channel.

Be glad that you went No Contact with your Narcissistic Abuser. Forget about getting closure. Narcissists will never admit to doing anything wrong. They will gleefully tell you that it was all your fault. They expect you to accept their nonsense – end of discussion.

Narcissists Will Not Apologize, even when they are Terminal and taking their last few breaths.

Please don’t forget: “Be Good To Yourself !!!!“.

After the betrayal of Narcissistic Abuse…

Lisa A. Romano wrote:

If you’ve loved a narcissist, you may feel completely exposed and turned inside out. The pain is unlike any breakup you’ve ever experienced because it feels like these people have been able to infiltrate every cell of your being. Even though intellectually you may feel you need to end the relationship, on a cellular level you seem shaken to your core.

Symptoms of narcissistic abuse are shock, betrayal, confusion, depression, rage, anger, irritability, low tolerance for noise, and mindless conversations. You may find yourself wanting to be alone. You don’t feel like anyone could ever understand your pain. You may have trouble sleeping, eating, or thinking straight. Sometimes we experience physical symptoms, like upset stomachs, hair loss, and various other stress related acute responses.

Loving yourself after Narcissistic Abuse can be challenging, but its essential.”

Video is courtesy of the Lisa A. Romano Breakthrough Life Coach Inc. YouTube channel

The hardest to bear is when others do not believe you when you share what the Narcissist did to you.

Most people will never understand that which they have never gone through.

They can thank their lucky stars, that they have not experienced the abuse and devastating betrayal of a Narcissist.

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Why Is No Contact So Difficult?

After Narcissistic Abuse

One of the hardest things about narcissistic abuse and going no contact, is getting to that point in time where we cross the line from WANTING the narcissist to love us & being devastated by the feelings that they don’t, along with everything that means to us and ACCEPTING that they are entirely and forever incapable of it.

Whether or not we loved ourselves before we met a narcissist, is irrelevant. The fact is, we were sold on the idea that a narcissist did love us in a grandiose narc fashion, then they went about the business of abusing us. In that abuse, they also relentlessly verbally berated us, insidiously blamed us over and over again, sending us the message that somehow the abuse was our fault and that we were not worthy of anything more.

By the time we wise up and decide to put them behind us, the…

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