Narcissistic Abusive Relationship Recovery

When you are in a relationship with a narcissist, you feel ignored, uncared about, and unimportant. As the narcissist’s criticism, demands, and emotional unavailability increase, you start to feel less confident, secure & hopeless.

About Narcissist Relational Abuse

As your partner appears to lack compassion & empathy for your needs & feelings, you most likely become confused. Over time, you become stuck and need support.

When you’ve been in an abusive narcissistic relationship you may feel betrayed that the considerate, attentive and romantic person you fell in love with disappeared as time went on.

You may feel:

Unseen and lonely
A longing for emotional connection
Difficult in expressing your opinions, needs, and feelings
Challenging to set boundaries for yourself
Fears of abandonment
A lack of empathy & understanding

When you realize the considerate, attentive and romantic person you loved has disappeared you may feel hopeless. You may feel invisible & lonely, & very much desire emotional connection. Your opinions, needs, and feelings aren’t recognized or heard. You are experiencing a form of emotional trauma, which I can help you come to realize & heal.

Realizing you have a fear of abandonment. lack trust, attention & empathy in your relationship is the first step. If your partner does not want help or to change, you can significantly improve your relationship by changing your mindset and behavior. You will learn about NPD, set strong boundaries and realize saying “no” is okay, and, in fact, is the first step to stop focusing on others’ and take good care of yourself.

With therapy for Narcissistic Relational Abuse, you will learn more about the signs of narcissism, the manipulation that happens within the relationship, how it is not okay to be treated without empathy and the steps towards finding healthy love, trust, getting your needs met and truly feeling loved.


Common Questions

What if my partner doesn’t want to come to therapy?
It is okay if your partner doesn’t want to come to therapy with you. There is a possibility to accomplish couples therapy as an individual. You will simply bring the information you learn as an individual to help you both as a couple. It is important and valuable that you are seeking your own truth & the therapeutic education will absorb into the relationship.
How do I know if my partner or I am the problem?
When a person decides to seek counseling, they are usually suering emotionally to a
significant extreme. You’re stuck and are not sure how to continue forward. In an emotionally abusive relationship or in a family where one or more parents are narcissistic, there is no equality. You are most likely being belittled, controlled and gaslighted. We will
work on trusting & valuing your feelings and knowing when you are simply seeking happiness & clarity.
What experience do you have with NPD?
I have had special training in NPD relational abuse & parental abuse from Dr Karyl McBride. I am also a survivor of a narcissistic mother and know personally how incredibly wounding it is, how confusing it is and how wonderful & powerful it is to heal from it.

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Take the First Step

With therapy for Narcissistic Relational Abuse, you will become unstuck, clearly realize how your needs are not being met & find ways you can realize trust, empathy and a healthy relationship.