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  • Recover from Emotional Abuse, Mental Manipulation, and Toxic Relationships — A Guide to Surviving Psychological Abuse and Codependent Relationships
  • Written by: Beverly Reyes
  • Narrated by: Kathryn Moore
  • Length: 3 hrs and 17 mins

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Narcissistic Abuse

Written by: Beverly Reyes
Narrated by: Kathryn Moore
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Publisher's Summary

Narcissism is, by its nature, a tough nut to crack. It’s not easy to say why narcissists act the way they do, and there is no singular reason. 

Few things can make a person feel more unlovable or unworthy than growing up in the hands of narcissists, and being able to address trauma regardless of what kind of form it takes is one of the most demanding things that a person can be asked to do.  

There is a good chance that you won’t ever entirely heal. After all, you can’t just go back and erase your childhood and all of the abusive, manipulative, and derogatory things your parent(s) have done and said. However, you can most definitely start the healing process outright by taking the necessary steps to detach from the abusive sources, start living on your own, and get proper help through a combination of a trained therapist and a solid support net.  

Just like a marathon, there is a proper form that you must take to make it go the best way possible without taking you down in the process, and I’ve tried to help you understand that form. It’s going to be difficult, and it’s going to even be extremely demanding of you a lot of the time, but the important thing is that you keep moving forward, looking within yourself, and trying best to understand what things are best for you — this is especially important after so long of being a means to somebody else’s ends.  

This guide will focus on the following: 

  • What is narcissistic abuse? 
  • The reality of the narcissist 
  • Symptoms and patterns of narcissistic abuse 
  • How narcissists work 
  • Understanding the abuse cycle 
  • Narcissistic abuse in the family 
  • Narcissistic abuse in the workplace 
  • Narcissistic abuse in a relationship 
  • The stages of recovery from narcissistic abuse 
  • Break the addiction to abuse 
  • Redefining yourself after abuse 
  • Mistakes to avoid on the road to recovery
  • And more
©2019 Beverly Reyes (P)2020 Beverly Reyes

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