It can be difficult to explain narcissistic abuse to people who have never experienced it. Even though you are the victim, some people may blame you or minimize your suffering. To explain your experience, understanding narcissism is important.
Dealing with narcissistic abuse
I hate to dredge up the painful reality of it all, but your toxic, self-absorbed partner is using the three best-kept secrets used by narcissists world-wide – against you!
Narcissistic Abuse Recovery: Can You Go Back To Being The Person You Were Before Narcissistic Abuse?
While you may never be the person you were before the narcissistic abuse, you can absolutely heal and become the person you want and deserve to be afterward.
Hopefully, this will help you see some common ways people know things are unhealthy and can help you make the decision that is right for your healing and life.
Anybody who has been on the receiving end of them will testify as to the horrible impact that they have in creating doubt, fear, worry, anxiety, submission, and a sense of helplessness.
A battle with a narcissist is a spiritual war of the highest order. It’s a psychological war, it’s an emotional war.
Triangulation is one tool in the emotional abuser’s toolkit. In the triangle, there’s you, the abuser, and at least one other person (or sometimes a pet).
Detachment is a powerful tool for codependents.