Facing the fact that you’re dealing with narcissistic abuse can be daunting, to put it mildly. When you’re going through the process of first recognizing the abuse and then deciding what to do next, you might feel more alone than ever – and that’s why we do what we do. Because, first of all, you are far from alone.
We’ve been there, and we know exactly how difficult, overwhelming, and life-changing going through narcissistic abuse recovery can be. You will likely have many questions, hesitations, and even conflicting emotions as you try to regain control of your life again. and since every member of our narcissistic abuse recovery team is also a survivor of narcissistic abuse, we can help you find the answers you need.
We are here to hold your hand as you walk through the darkness of narcissistic abuse and into the light of recovery.
It is important to remember that the changes you are trying to make in your life are not difficult because they are wrong or impossible, but because they go against what you were brainwashed into believing for so long. It will take time for you to restore trust in yourself and your judgments again, so don’t blame yourself if you find yourself doubting things at times.
Free PDF Personal Development Downloads for Narcissistic Abuse Survivors
Narcissistic abuse recovery can be a confusing and difficult road to travel. There are so many conflicting emotions and arguments of blame going on. It seems so hard to learn how to survive narcissistic abuse when all of your friends and family members just don’t seem to get it.
Personal development is crucial to your well-being — regardless of your age, stage or circumstance. You’re bombarded with new information every single day and being able to keep up with it all might seem like an impossible task. That’s why you need to read as much quality content as possible, as often as you can.
- Self Acceptance Training
- How to Transform Your Inner Critic to Your Inner Cheerleader
- 8 Bad Mental Habits to Overcome During Recovery
- 9 Ways to Create Your Own Luck
- How to Survive a Rough Day
- The Advantages of a Positive Attitude
- 5 Toxic Beliefs and How to Get Over Them
- Perfection or Success? You Decide.
- How to Go to the Doctor Less Often and Still Be Healthy
Personal responsibility plays a major role in narcissism and victims of this abuse must educate themselves to never again allow their lives to be controlled by narcissistic personalities. The goal is always to become empowered so that the victim can move on with his or her life minus the abuser.
Free Workshop for Narcissistic Abuse Recovery
Learn more in our free on-demand narcissistic abuse recovery workshop, right here.
Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Support & Resources
If you feel you need additional help and support in your narcissistic abuse recovery, look for a trauma-informed professional trained in helping people who are dealing with overcoming narcissistic abuse in toxic relationships. Depending on your particular situation, you might benefit from Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Coaching, or you might do better with a therapist. In any case, you have to decide what to do from here.
- If you’re not sure, start with my free Narcissistic Abuse Recovery quiz. With your results will come recommended resources for your situation. It’s free.
- Are you looking for more personal support? You might like to join one of our private small-group coaching sessions, or you might prefer to check out our one-on-one narcissistic abuse recovery counseling and coaching sessions.
Get Help With Your Narcissistic Abuse Recovery
- The QueenBeeing SPANily, Official – We consider this to be the best narcissistic abuse recovery support group on the web. Offers several subgroups and features a vigilant, compassionate admin team full of trained coaches and survivors, supporting more than 12k members. SPAN is an acronym created by Angie Atkinson that stands for Support for People Affected by Narcissistic abuse in toxic relationships.
- Other Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Support Groups – We also have separate groups for each stage in your narcissistic abuse recovery, as well as some for those who have moved past recovery and are evolving into the next stage of their own life. Survivors have unique and individual needs, even when they’ve moved on – so we’re still here for you.
- One-on-One Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Coaching – If you prefer to get more personalized support in your recovery, you might like to schedule a session with one of our coaches to plan and execute your own narcissistic abuse recovery plan.
- Find a Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Therapist – If you’re looking for a therapist for narcissistic abuse recovery, either because you cannot afford coaching and want to use your health insurance or because you have additional issues you need to address that do not fall within the realm of coaching, you will want to find the right therapist for you – and as far as we’re concerned, that therapist must understand what you’ve been through. This page offers assistance to help you do exactly that.
- Where Are You in Recovery? You might not be sure exactly where you fit in and what level of recovery you’ve achieved. If that’s the case, you’ll want to check out this self-assessment to help you determine exactly where you fall in the stages of recovery from narcissistic abuse. Once you finish and submit the assessment, you will be given resources for your own situation, along with recommendations of which groups to join.
- Which Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Program is Right for You? If you aren’t sure which program you want to utilize to facilitate your recovery from narcissistic abuse, this self-assessment will help you decide.