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Affects of Narcissistic Abuse

Narcissistic abuse is plain and simple, trauma!

It happens slowly over time and victims often don't even realize what is happening to them. The abuser intentionally belittles, isolates, and demoralizes their victim, leaving behind a trail of confusion, anxiety and angst and the victim can start to question their own sanity.

As a Narcissistic Trauma Specialist™, let me explain the affects of narcissistic abuse...

Narcissistic abuse is emotional, psychological and traumatic abuse, affecting not only your mind but your body too. It can leave you feeling physically ill, alone and lost, with nowhere to turn.   It can make you question your sanity and can cause you to feel stuck, unable to move forward.


  • Extreme fear for your personal safety

  • Financial abuse

  • Feeling nervous or anxious

  • Feeling on edge, or walking on egg-shells

  • Depression, irritability or short temper

  • Flashbacks of abusers' behavior during traumatic events

  • Physical ailments, such as stomach ache, head aches etc.

  • Numbing out, or shock

  • Insomnia or nightmares

  • Obsessive compulsive behaviors

  • Emotional eating or other eating disorders

  • Self sabotaging success

  • Drug and/or alcohol abuse

  • Suppressed anger or anger outbursts

  • Continually second guessing oneself

  • Difficulty making simple decisions

  • May engage in self-harm

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • May be dissociative​

Whether the abuse came from a parent, a sibling, or a partner, or a toxic friend, there is always hope!

If you have experienced a verbally abusive, financially abusive, or emotionally abusive relationship; and you are looking to heal, it's important to know that coaching is not therapy, but rather a practical process of accountability, helping you to break free from the confusion and anxiety, setting you on a path to heal after a toxic relationship.​

It is absolutely possible to recover from the trauma caused by narcissistic abuse and, believe it or not, go on to live an even better life because of the abuse! That is called "post traumatic growth" and it is 100% available to you!

Take the first step towards healing the trauma caused by narcissistic abuse.

What has happened to you doesn't need to define who you are.


There is hope and healing available to you!

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