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How Survivors Can Help Current Victims of Narcissist Abuse

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You’ve finally made it out of the dark night of narcissistic abuse.  You’ve learned the best strategies for maintaining No Contact and healing…then, you learn that someone you care about is experiencing narcissistic abuse themselves.

As a survivor, you may feel the pull to tell your friend or family member how to go about healing the right way.  You want to help them avoid the mistakes that you made which caused significant delays in your own healing journey and offer them the best tips and tricks for a complete and speedy recovery.

But, is this really the best approach?  How do you help them?  Join me and Kristin Walker in this podcast episode as we discuss the best ways to help someone you care about to navigate the rocky terrain of emotional and narcissistic abuse.

Kristin is on the board of several organizations within Behavioral Health, as well as the host of  Mental Health News Radio.  She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health.

Want to be a guest on the Heal, Grow, Evolve podcast?  Click here to ask a question.  

Suggested Reading:

An Open Letter to Friends and Family of Narcissistic Abuse Victims

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Wazir says September 11, 2021

Dear Kim, Thank you for helping me to understand and go through this.

    Kim Saeed says September 13, 2021

    You are very welcome. Xo


Shay says October 16, 2018

Hello Kim
I am so grateful to have found you and your very welcome advice. Thank you for the amazing webinar I was fortunate enough to sit in on last night.

I have been in a narcissistic relationship for eleven years.
I left the relationship three months ago.

Yesterday I finally went No Contact by blocking his number and deleting him from my contacts.

I feel liberated.
I feel empowered.
I feel I can be whole again.
I feel safe living around positive and nurturing family members who have been worried sick about me for eleven years.

Thank you for your priceless insight and easily available help.

I so admire your strength of character and you have inspired me to continue my journey with myself, by myself.

Thank you for showing me that I am worth saving.

Shirley Akpelu says April 13, 2018

I am happy for you Kim.
You are truly healed and moving on with your new life new beginning new song in your heart and doing something new and exciting with your life.
Thank you for sharing your life with me and other survivors

We will not give up until our last breath.
You shared 12 points about yourself.
Wow I am impressed and inspired.
If success can happen to you, it can happen to me!

I have been no contact for 2 years.
I have a wonderful helpful righteous son who is 25.
He works part time and goes to college part time in computer technology.
I am 58 and work for state of mn.
We live in Minnesnowta.
We are believers in The Most High aND keep the sabbath and feast days in the Bible.
I do guided meditations.
We both do essential oils. Pray fast study and observe dietary laws outlined in the book of leviticus.
We have come a long way by faith
And have a long road ahead of healing and recovery.
I am enjoying my freedom from narc abuse.
My son is enjoying his life more now that we are separate.
I have a few friends
I love gardening cooking organic shopping reading and traveling.

    Kim Saeed says April 13, 2018

    Thank you so much for sharing with me, Shirley. You are a beautiful soul and I’m beyond happy for you and your son…that you are living such a better life after what you went through. I will keep you in my thoughts and hope that you continue to discover higher levels of healing and happiness.

    Big hugs,

    Kim XoXo

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