Narcissistic Abuse Recovery: How to Stop the Aggressive Narcissist, Finding the Energy to Heal After Any Covert Emotional and Psychological Abuse. Take Back Your Life from Passive Codependency!
Author: Debbie Brain
Format: Kindle Edition
If your relationship leaves you feeling valueless and nothing you do is good enough, then keep reading
Do you feel like your partner, who once adored you more than you thought someone could love another person, suddenly transformed into a monster right before your eyes? Did you find yourself so shocked, so blindsided, that you felt like you did not know what hit you?
If this sounds familiar, your partner may be a narcissistic abuser. Narcissistic abuse is dangerous, insidious, and incredibly harmful if left unchecked, and you need help. This book is here for you: "Narcissistic Abuse Recovery" can offer you plenty of the information you need to get moving toward healing in your life. This book can teach you how to recognize when a narcissist may be abusing you and how to escape and heal from that abuse. The narcissist suffers from a mental health disorder known as a narcissistic personality disorder. The narcissist frequently has an abusive personality and is easily characterized by three very distinct and dysfunctional characteristics:
The narcissist lacks or struggles to feel any degree of empathy for others
The narcissist must be the center of attention at all times to validate his self-worth and keep his ego happy
The narcissist believes he is unique, special, and superior to everyone around him for no reason other than he is himself.
The narcissist’s traits come together and create the dangerous narcissist, selfish, unwilling to concern himself with the wellbeing around him, and manipulative. Without the ability to empathize with other people in any meaningful fashion, he struggles to see any reason not to manipulate to get his way. He does not care who is hurt or how to hurt they are so long as he got his admiration.
The reason behind this need to manipulate is the hunger for attention, often referred to as narcissistic supply. This need for narcissistic supply is so compelling that it is often compared to a drug addict seeking his next fix at all costs. Like the drug addict, the narcissist will stop at nothing to get his next fix, even if that means manipulating, threatening, or hurting those around him into giving it to him. This is where narcissistic abuse comes in.
The narcissist frequently chooses one person to be his primary source of narcissistic supply, using abuse and manipulation to groom this individual into being his perfect source of supply. He will destroy that person’s sense of self just to be able to get that fix, and he will not care how it impacts the source. The victim is seen as nothing more than a tool.
With this book, you will find the following:
Identifying a narcissist and the different types of narcissists that exist, as well as the differences between them
Identifying a narcissist’s abuse and the way that a narcissist chooses to abuse his victims
How to handle narcissistic abuse at the moment to protect yourself
How to avoid narcissistic abuse altogether by making yourself undesirable to the narcissi