Kim Saeed:  Narcissistic Abuse Recovery & Personal Growth
Sharing is Caring

Unchosen: The Beauty of Rejection

~by Lolisha GLT Chaney No one likes to be rejected…and most of us aren’t aware of how to deal with rejection, much less that it can be a blessing in disguise. We’re all sensitive to rejection.

Read More

How to Leave a Narcissist When You’re Still in Love

Wondering how to leave a narcissist?   Maybe you tried, once again, to bring up something your partner did that hurt you, disrespected you, or made you feel worthless. As usual, the fight ended with

Read More

Ignoring a Narcissist? You’re Probably Doing It Wrong

You stand there motionless as the narcissist in your life hurls insults at you – again. You need to fight back and defend yourself, right? The problem is, that’s exactly what the narcissist wants you

Read More

Loss of Identity: Examples of Perspecticide from Narcissistic Abuse

Loss of identity is unavoidable after being in an emotionally abusive and manipulative relationship. I often hear people compare living with a narcissistic partner to living in a cult – but with even

Read More

Working The 5 Phases of Trauma Recovery After Narcissistic Abuse

When people think of trauma, they tend to imagine isolated events like natural disasters or car accidents. But trauma can take many forms. Narcissistic abuse is a soul-crushing form of trauma because it

Read More

Breaking the Deceptive and Toxic Cycle of Trauma Bonding

When people think of unconditional love, they tend to imagine positive images of nurturing mothers or life-long friends. In these situations, the relationships have a healthy bond based on qualities like

Read More

Healing from Identity Loss After Narcissistic Abuse

Crafting a self-identity is an ongoing process that most people don’t give much concrete thought to – it just kind of happens. You slowly build interests and dreams. You take jobs, learn things, and

Read More

The Only Guaranteed “One Crazy Trick” for Dealing with a Narcissist

Not all narcissists are flagrant and boisterous with their abusive and manipulative behavior. Many are quiet, subdued, and put on an innocent face around people who don’t know them very well. In

Read More

How the Narcissist Hurts You Using Cognitive Empathy

What if I told you that empathy could cause horrible – even unspeakable – physical and emotional pain? “But Kim, isn’t empathy the glue that holds relationships together and creates a positive

Read More

8 Undeniable Signs It’s Time to Move on from Your Relationship

Letting go of someone you care about is hard, even when you know it’s the right thing to do.  All relationships have their weaknesses and none of them are without occasional conflict. In any normal

Read More
1 2 3 49