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When you start to recovering from narcissist abuse, you will change. You might freak everyone out. People who are used to the "old you" may be caught off guard. It allows you to set up boundaries and let others hold their own pain and anxiety instead of you taking it on for them. You become more assertive and confident. Allow this to happen. The dust will settle and everyone will adjust.

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Narcissistic abuse is so traumatic that many survivors appear to develop PTSD, in reality, it is my opinion that early childhood trauma caused the PTSD and the TRAUMA of the Narcissist triggers it. - Mary A. Faher/THE CEMENT BENCH

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This may describe the aftermath, but it is by no means the end of your story. Don't allow them so much space in your head or power over your future.

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Narcissistic Abuse Recovery https://sobreviviendoapsicopatasynarcisistas.wordpress.com/

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Want to meet someone who has seen evil in human form and actually became stronger through the experience? Want to talk to someone who has wisdom beyond their years? Want to see what inner resiliency looks like in a person? Spend some time with a survivor of narcissistic, sociopathic and psychopathic abuse. They are some of the most sparkly gems I have ever known #narcissist #sociopath #psychopath #recovery #sparklygems

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Ever. The Narcissist will never give credit. RP from @narcissist.abuse.recovery…

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Milestones in Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse: Realizing I was targeted for my strengths, not my weaknesses. This was huge for me!

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Someone out there needs to see this. Projection Narcissistic Abuse Recovery. I have seen women act like this. Yes women can be are are abusive to their partners. Abuse is not gender specific.

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Narcissistic Abuse. They actually DO all the things they despise in others. Now that is the truth!

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Don't engage.. That was this morning, with insults about her eating habits, telling her she "ate a cow" and then arguing over his request to have her an extra night and suggesting she (a 4 year old) should decide! I REFUSED TO ARGUE IN FRONT OF OUR CHILD. BUT THE ABUSIVE NATURE OF HIS BEHAVIOUR IS VILE.

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