Emotional Abuse Survivor

  • We…. don’t? Oh god, have I been doing it wrong?? In seriousness, though, different therapists will have different approaches and focus on different things. Personally, I see a lot of connections between present struggles and past experiences during childhood. I’m always conscious of the ways in which…

    I had an old therapist suggest that I write a letter but I refuse. I’m trying to get past this by focusing on me. I refuse to spend any energy focused on the person who hurt me any more than I already have. I don’t see how writing my feelings to him will do me any good.…

    Your abuser needs to have those charges pressed. Otherwise, he will never learn that such conduct is unacceptable. Not to press charges would have been to enable him to continue on a bad course of life without the consequences,he needs to check him.…

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    Your probably a compassionate person that does not like to see other people struggle . Not to mention when people are abused sometimes an abusers says and does certain things to induce feelings of guilt and shame. Despite the fact it belongs soley to them. If someone hurts you bad enough and crosses bo…

    Wel they will eventually if they see your issues your experiencing currently are related to things you delt with as a child. The point of therapy is to help you get through whatever problem is plaguing you at the moment. Sometimes the issues are deeper or more long term and they have to figure that…

    You would have to get it recorded and then talk to a lawyer. As far as sabotaging you if your next boss contacts them. I don’t think you can do anything about it.

    Survivor of Bipolar 2, Inattentive ADHD, and PTSD (1974–present) · 27m ·

    How will a narcissist who has been giving you the silent treatment react if you finally agree that it’s best you go your separate ways and block him everywhere?

    It depends. If the narc has other supplies, they will let you go, with some relief that you finally ended it. There may a little attempt to keep the door ajar- a text to tell you they will always love you- but they will disappear. If, however, the narc is short of supply, you will get a lovebombing, t…

    Survivor of Bipolar 2, Inattentive ADHD, and PTSD (1974–present) · 28m ·

    How can I recognize a gaslighting narcissist?

    Gaslighting is a characteristic of a person who has a Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) and is a form of emotional abuse. Gaslighting is an 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 pu…

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    Survivor of Bipolar 2, Inattentive ADHD, and PTSD (1974–present) · 31m ·

    What is a covert narcissist thinking when they are doing deceitful things to their SO?

    To understand narcissism, one must understand the God Complex. It’s not particularly hard to understand, and it certainly isn’t new. History is littered with tyrants and pharaohs who got high on their own supply, and believed themselves to be God. In the days of the pharaohs the royal family of Egypt…

    Yes weight loss, weight gain, depression, anxiety, stomach conditions , loss of hair and so many more. Staying in the abuse worsens every thing our physical, emotional and mental health. We have to make a plan a quality decision to remove ourselves from the abuse or we will lose ourselves possible e…

    Great question. Along with the love bombing they get you to trust and you give them all the information. They join you for all your activities. They seem really keen and pay lots of attention. This is not because they love the activities and doing them with you No this is where they are literally cloni…

    Yes, they can. Some are “cued,” meaning something triggers the attack. Some are “uncued,” which are ones that seem like they come out of nowhere. Uncued panic attacks are usually from life stress, and the person that has them may not be aware of what triggers them. I think remember the terminology u…

    I encourage you to go to therapy together. It’s not just about you triggering her abandonment wounds . It’s about her recognizing she has them , what triggers it and then things to do to deal with it .

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    Yes . The reason is because a person believes abuse is normal so they just expect that the same will happen to them with outsiders .its all they ever knew. In fact they often get suspicious of someone being nice to them . waiting for that minute when the nice person turns and become abusive .…

    Gaslighting really is about not telling the truth therefore not allowing you to make sense of anything. To have a healthy mind we really do need to make sense of the information we process. …

    Just pack your bag and leave and don’t look back. Do you have any family member or friend you trust? Let them know your intention. So when you are ready to leave they’ll help. Make sure to have where to live temporary until you can get your own place. When you do leave, do not go back. If you do, it…

    Survivor of Bipolar 2, Inattentive ADHD, and PTSD (1974–present) · Wed ·

    Why does narcissistic abuse ruin you?

    Narcissists ruin who you are as a person. Basically, narcissists break you down in such a way that all of the good, natural, positive things about you are destroyed. Your trust, your loyalty, your ability to love and care, your likability, your discernment, your intelligence – these are all targeted…

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