The heart break, the mental, emotional and financial devastation remain long after the narcissist has left. What if there was a way to rebuild your life and never look back? A way you can rebuild your strength? Welcome.
Narcissistic Abuse Recovery
Have you Experienced the emotional and psychological abuse of Narcissistic Abuse? Here are some of the invisible wounds …
You don’t feel seen or heard, you’ve been told verbally or non verbally your opinion is wrong, you’ve stopped trusting your own gut instinct, you keep everything that happens at home secret, you feel used and manipulated and can’t work out what went wrong/how you ended up feeling like this, you were strong and independent before the relationship, you’re left feeling not good enough and that you can’t manage even the simple things in life.
You experience relationships with a lack of depth in their connection, you are the one that cares about keeping the relationships going, you’ve tolerated being treated badly, you understand what it is to be gaslighted, you’re finding it hard to walk away and it doesn’t make sense, you’re suffering from Complex Ptsd or Ptsd, you’re aware you need to reparent yourself, your partner romanced you until they won your heart and then it was all downhill from that moment.
Everything from increasing severe migraines, body pain, constant ill health, tiredness, feeling run down, feeling defeated and wondering when the cycle will end. I certainly experienced getting back on my feet only to fall ill again and it was incredibly frustrating. Anxiety and /or depression play a role in your life, you may also have a chronic health disorder/gut problems, the chronic stress of narcissistic abuse gradually wears our bodies down over time.
“Narcissism is a grave condition of insecurity and desperately feeling unloved and unacceptable. An individual with Narcissistic Personality Disorder inherently believes they are ‘damaged goods’ and fears other individuals will discover the truth: that they feel powerless. Thus the narcissist invests a great deal of energy into ‘gaining the upper hand’, to hide feeling vulnerable, insecure and broken. When they are getting what they want, the charm is flowing and plentiful. When the charm doesn’t work the intimidation begins. Narcissism is categorized as an unhealthy level of self-absorption and a lack of empathy regarding how their insecure, aggressive and damaging behavior affects the world around them.”Melanie Tonia Evans
I lost everything to Narcissism, Twice
Have you experienced narcissistic abuse? Then I know you’ll understand exactly what I mean when I say it kept happening and my life was a train wreck, and I had no idea why it kept happening. I was kind, caring, loving, supportive, yet still I’d get married and instead of who I was before marriage, this strong, independent woman who knew her own mind, after marriage I’d eventually lose my self. After the last marriage I said that’s enough. I’m fed up with marrying men who’s only hidden hearts desire was to change me and mold me to who they wanted me to be, leaving me depressed, drained, needy and very sick. I designed this course to ensure that we never go down those roads again. Real answers, effective answers, for you as an individual.
One of the crucial elements that helped me change who was choosing to enter into relationships with was understanding the neuroscience. I had no idea until I studied how my nervous system felt comfortable around people who were narcissistic, so much so that I completely missed the red flags or dismissed them as being something I can manage. Why do we do this? Because this type of person literally triggers us into fight, flight, freeze or fawn and we are unaware that it has happened. For me I grew up with this type of Chaos and thought it was normal. Now, I’ve experienced how wonderful it is to be in relationships with people who don’t create drama as a means of control, who don’t hide their character behind the closed doors and I can guarantee every part of the work you do in this course is worth it the time it takes to integrate into our daily life because never again will we go down the road of chaos and drama because it feels unnatural once we’ve done our work.
“As long as you keep secrets and suppress information, you are fundamentally at war with yourself…The critical issue is allowing yourself to know what you know. That takes an enormous amount of courage.”Bessel A. van der Kolk
What You’ll Learn
This Course will Feature Lessons On
- Module 1: Am I Rejecting or Reclaiming My Whole Fulfilled Self?
- Module 2: The Adult Child of A Narcissistic Parent
- Module 3: People Pleasing (Part 1) The Internal Reality
- Module 4: People Pleasing (Part 2) The External Reality
- Module 5: Nightmares, Triggers & Waking up
- Digital Manual
Narcissistic Abuse Recovery
Online Course Contents for recovery from Narcissistic Abuse
- Course contains 5 Video Tutorials and 5 Digital Manuals for charting your Narcissistic Abuse Recovery
- Watch 1 video per week and complete the Digital Manual as you integrate the knowledge and personal awareness into your daily life to help you break free from the repetitive cycles
- Can be used with or without a Mental Health professional. All instructions are contained in the Digital Manual
The course starts now and is available whenever you are ready, always. The benefit of being online is you pace yourself, it literally fits into your daily life.
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like – across any and all devices you own. Memberships have access for as long as the membership is current.
Yes. Taking in your notes and observations to your Mental Health Care professional will help you progress through therapy.