Yes, start with rest, long baths or do what you can to ground yourself, breathe and just rest – then find a therapist and get words on what you have been threw -and heal yourself totally -begin solving your childhood in whatever small way – everyone has a scar…or a thought like —-ALL people is good deepest down… change your worldview and educated yourself -get the Narc RADAR ON!
Have you been been sitting around, asking yourself the following questions?
“Why does it take so long to heal from this heartache?”, “Why can’t I stop thinking about the person who treated me like crap?”, “Why do I still love him/her after what they did to me?”, “Will this pain ever go away?”
Obsessing over an emotionally abusive relationship is draining, and often so detrimental that many lose their jobs, homes, and even their children. In severe cases, suicide is attempted and sometimes successfully carried out.
There are many elements involved in healing from Narcissistic abuse. Just as with any loss, there will be periods of grieving, denial, anger, and depression. However, unlike a typical break-up where you would eventually get to a point of acceptance, many victims of Narcissistic abuse stay fixated and obsess about their abuser, often suffering as long as ten years or more post-breakup.
Why does this happen…
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