Breaking The Trauma Bond Narcissistic Abuse Recovery

Don’t Let The Trauma Bond From A Narcissist Deceive You

In a narcissistic relationship, the trauma bond is insidious. It’s definitely not our friend. However, the trauma bond will convince us that we need it; that we’re not going to function without it. And that my friend, couldn’t be further from the truth. It deceives us into believing that the state we’re in is love; when it’s …

Loving Ourselves Narcissistic Relationship Recovery Self-Discovery

The 4 Phases of Narcissistic Relationship Recovery

If you’ve been through a relationship with a narcissist, you know how harrowing it is. I’ve been married (and divorced) twice to narcissists. And as a Mind-Body Wellness Practitioner and Intuitive Life Guide I’ve talked with many women who are on that journey.  Through my work (and my own experiences) I’ve identified four phases that …

Becoming Empowered Creating Healthy Boundaries Narcissistic Abuse Recovery

The 1st Step To Creating Healthy Boundaries After A Narcissistic Relationship

People like to use the word “victim” when it comes to narcissistic abuse. But the truth is, that mentality doesn’t serve us. In fact, it keeps us stuck right where we DON’T want to be. Realizing that healing begins with us, and turning our focus away from the narcissist is how we start to move …

Breaking The Trauma Bond Empowered After A Narcissist Healing After A Narcissist

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery: The Four Pillars Of Empowerment

The breakup with the narcissist is a nightmare that drains us to our core. It leaves us feeling disempowered, depressed and a variety of other negative emotions that feel like we’ve tried to survive inside of a blender; without knowing when the narcissist was going to press the “on” button. In the end, there’s so …

Guilt From A Narcissistic Relationship Narcissistic Abuse Recovery

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery: Healing Guilt, Remorse And Regret

Guilt, remorse and regret are three words that play into narcissistic abuse. I know them well. I entered into my second marriage with a narcissist by leaving my then husband (who was not at all a narcissist). Let’s just say I fell off the wagon. Again. The extreme love-bombing had me convinced that this was …