The first photo (left) I took a day after I moved out of the house where I was living with my narcissist wife. I took this photo to document my pain, my abuse, my sadness, and my hurt so that I will remind myself not to be like this ever again. Today I feel proud of not only coming out of this abusive relationship but also that I healed myself and learned the techniques and tools that work, and this is what healing trauma from narcissistic abuse looks like. It took 4 years to earn my eligibilities, to try and master the modalities that really help in the healing process.
I was fighting with suicidal thoughts, an immense level of self-doubts, low self-esteem and guilt. The fear of the unknown future used to give me nightmares. I would get up each day with a heavy feeling of regret on my chest.
It all changed when one fine day I decided to take charge of writing my own story. I changed the ever bothering question "Why did it happen to me?" to "What should I do now to heal and get back to life?".
I earned my first certificate in Yoga for Wellness and Wellbeing and my healing journey started. I learned mindfulness meditation from the Buddhist monks, mastered NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming) techniques & hypnotherapy to reprogram my mind and cured my PTSD with EFT (Emotional freedom technique) & TFT (Thought field therapy) practice. I wanted to understand relationships better, so I studied SSLD (The Strategies and Skills Learning and Development System ) from The University of Toronto.
Today, I can proudly say that I have helped many people across the globe in their healing journey with my PTSD and narcissistic abuse recovery program. My holistic approach and the belief that the abuse is endured equally by our mind, body, and soul have helped many heal completely.
Healing is a natural phenomenon, it will happen, but it can take ages and may not happen in the right way. To make sure you heal yourself, you need the right guidance.
I am committed to guiding victims of toxic and narcissistic abuse.
I believe that we all deserve to heal and nature wants us to heal and live a happy life.
In the end, I can say, that yes! Narcissistic abuse is soul-shattering but life gives you the chance to write your own story and change the course for good. You are on the right path, reading this is proof of that. You just need to decide, just like I once