Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Videos by Angie Atkinson
You are more powerful than you know! Survive, thrive, and evolve with Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Support from Certified Life Coach, author, and survivor Angela Atkinson to discover, understand, overcome, and evolve after a toxic relationship with a narcissist. New videos and/or streams every weekday.
Would you like to be notified by SMS anytime Angie goes live? Just text ‘AngieLive’ to 33222 and you’ll receive a text anytime Angie goes live on YouTube! A recognized expert on narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder who has studied and written extensively on narcissistic relationships since 2006, Angie was inspired to begin her work after surviving toxic relationships of her own. She offers trauma-informed coaching and has certifications in life coaching, level 2 therapeutic model, CBT coaching, integrative wellness coaching, and NLP. She is a certified trauma support coach and certified family trauma professional with a professional PTSD counseling certification.
Narcissists have a way of making the people around them feel crazy. In this playlist, learn how to understand the narcissist’s motivation for their behaviors and abuse.
Why You Ended Up with a Narcissist Video Playlist
Learn exactly how to deal with a narcissist in a toxic relationship. Find out how to outsmart the narcissist by learning their weak spots and by being prepared for their reactions to anything.
This playlist offers a comprehensive set of tutorials on how to spot a narcissist in nearly any relationship – whether you’re dealing with them as a spouse, a parent, a co-worker, friend or other family member. How do you spot a narcissist, exactly? What signs should you look for? You already know that narcissists are so self-centered and self-indulgent that they see friends and lovers as mere extensions of themselves. It is easy o see that narcissists are obsessed with flattery and demand to be adored and have attention to themselves at all times. You probably even know that narcissists lack empathy and act from that perspective. But learning how to spot a narcissist might be easier said than done.