Narcissistic traumas are deep and painful. It is challenging to heal from them. The very first step towards healing is allowing your mind and soul to accept the healing. These affirmations are written by Sumit Maurya, trauma recovery and healing coach. Repeat them out loud while feeling and meaning each word to happen. Do it each day in the morning and at night before going to sleep, and you will start to see the difference in your attitude. Affirmations work by reprogramming your mind, by repeating them you ask your mind to prepare for the forthcoming change. Hence, your mind also starts to attract healing for you. We wish this video brings you the healing that you are seeking, may your healing journey begin.
Narcissists have more insecurities than anyone and to hide them they need their narcissistic supplies. As they see people around them as extensions of themselves, they do fear losing their supplies though, and that’s the reason they get super upset if you try to leave them. They have the biggest fear of being old and powerless. So, technically they do fear losing their loved ones but the reason is quite selfish.
The chances are as low as hoping the world to become corruption-free. It is possible but getting 100% success is a dream. A Narcissist is difficult to treat and is resistant to change. Because the behavioral patterns especially about how the person relates to others are difficult to change, the prognosis for NPD is poor. For any treatment and therapy having an insight is very important, and in the case of a narcissist, it’s very rare for them to admit that they are narcissists. Even if they would agree to go for the therapy, they would insist on going there as a couple where they would try to and sometimes successfully outsmart a therapist. They can learn some skills to make you believe that they are changing but as soon as they get triggered, they will be back to square one.
Breadcrumbs is one of the techniques used by narcissists to keep their narcissistic supply in the trap by giving them a small dose of hope every now and then. Watch the video to understand breadcrumbing.
Narcissistic rage is an outburst attack of intense anger that happens to narcissists when their fragile self-inflated image is questioned or challenged by someone who is or is supposed to be in their control. Watch the video to know more. If you are a victim of narcissistic abuse then it's time to take action and heal yourself.
Gaslighting is a form of emotional abuse that's seen in abusive relationships. It's the act of manipulating a person by forcing them to question their thoughts, memories, and the events occurring around them. A victim of gaslighting can be pushed so far that they question their own sanity. Watch the video to know it better. If you are being gaslighted then it's time to take action because this abuse is not going to stop anytime soon.
Love bombing is an attempt by a narcissist to influence a person by demonstrations of attention and affection for all the wrong reasons. Watch the video to understand how it helped them to manipulate you. If you are being a victim of narcissistic abuse then it's time to take charge of your life and move out of the trap.
Narcissistic supply is a pathological or excessive need for attention and control over the people around a narcissist. It is a basic need for narcissists to survive and stay functional. Watch the video to understand narcissistic supply.
Parentification is a role reversal between a narcissistic parent and their child. The narcissist parent does this to fulfill their unmet needs (emotional, physical, etc.) Watch the video to understand it better.
Oftentimes the victims of narcissistic abuse wonder that why did they even stay and endured the abuse for such a long time. Why they just couldn't get out of it? And when you are in a narcissistic relationship you do not even consider moving away from it, but why? It is a psychological game that narcissists play with you. Watch this video to know more about this game that narcissists play called Double Bind.
What to do when you feel compassion towards your abuser? Compassion is a beautiful trait of being human, but the first one that deserves your compassion is you yourself. Save yourself before you try to save someone else. This is the rule of thumb when it comes to dealing with a narcissist.