Over the next few weeks, I’ll be presenting a series on mindfulness as it relates to narcissistic abuse recovery. Before I dig in, though, I want to explain how and why this works so effectively for victims and survivors of narcissistic abuse.

If you’ve ever been in a toxic relationship with a narcissist, you may have experienced various symptoms of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) as a result of suffering from narcissistic emotional and mental abuse.

Over the next few weeks, I’ll be presenting a series on mindfulness as it relates to narcissistic abuse recovery. Before I dig in, though, I want to explain how and why this works so effectively for victims and survivors of narcissistic abuse.

One of the most common issues that my narcissism support coaching clients tell me they have is feeling like they’re “not really here,” as though they’re on a sort of numb-autopilot as they float through life, surrounded by some kind of barrier between themselves and the world. Everything feels sort of foggy and surreal.

In this video, I’ll define mindfulness and explain why it’s such an important practice for those who are going through narcissistic abuse recovery. Plus, I’ll offer simple to implement tips to help you get your own narcissistic abuse recovery plan underway (or to help increase your current level of happiness).

Get my books at http://booksangiewrote.com and pick up your free 5-day fear-busting email course (especially designed for narcissistic abuse survivors) at http://narcissismsupportcoach.com.

 

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