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Do you ever:

  • Feel like you don’t matter or like you’re not important?
  • Feel emotionally “dead” or numb?
  • Feel shocked by someone’s outrageously disrespectful behavior?
  • Feel like you’re being bullied at home or at work?
  • Feel like someone else’s needs are more important than your own?
  • Feel stuck in life, and you don’t know how to get “unstuck?”
  • Feel like you’re not really a “REAL” person?
  • Feel tired and unmotivated all the time?
     
  • Feel like you’re just not good enough?
  • Feel exhausted and drained when you spend time with someone?
  • Doubt your own abilities or question your sanity?
  • Feel like you’re dealing with more than you can handle, and if one more thing happens, you’ll just lose it?
  • Feel isolated and alone, even if you’re in a roomful of people?
  • Feel invisible and unheard?
  • Feel completely worthless?

You might be dealing with narcissistic abuse in a toxic relationship.

If you have experienced the emotional and mental devastation that comes with narcissistic abuse in toxic relationships, you might be feeling confused, devastated and alone right now. The good news is that you aren’t alone, and we are here to help you get through this. Not everyone understands where you are and where you’ve been, but we do. Each member of the QueenBeeing Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Support System Team has experienced narcissistic abuse in toxic relationships. 

Are you ready to discover, understand, and overcome the narcissistic abuse in your life? Want to go from “just existing” to “really living?” Get started with our completely free narcissistic abuse recovery program, right now. 

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Take our free online narcissistic abuse recovery workshop to start healing yourself so that you can learn more about what you’re dealing with and how to heal. You’ll be taking the first steps toward truly beginning to create the life you want and deserve. 

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You are more powerful than you know! Survive, thrive, and evolve with Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Support from Certified Life Coach, author, and survivor Angela Atkinson to discover, understand, overcome, and evolve after a toxic relationship with a narcissist. A recognized expert on narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder who has studied and written extensively on narcissistic relationships since 2006, Angie was inspired to begin her work after surviving toxic relationships of her own. She offers trauma-informed coaching and has certifications in life coaching, level 2 therapeutic model, CBT coaching, integrative wellness coaching, and NLP. She is a certified trauma support coach and certified family trauma professional with a professional PTSD counseling certification.

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Overcoming Trauma Associated with Narcissistic Abuse

Overcoming Trauma Associated with Narcissistic Abuse

How to Recognize, Understand and Overcome Trauma as a Side-Effect of Narcissistic Abuse – Step by Step Guide and Resources List for Healing From the Trauma Associated with Narcissistic Abuse. Depending on what level of trauma you experienced during narcissistic abuse, the process for dealing with it varies. In cases of shorter relationships and those that aren’t as significant (such as a co-worker of a few months, versus a 20-year marriage, for example), you might feel better with time. But most of us will need to go through a whole process that will involve an extended period of self-reflection, research, learning, coping, grieving, and ultimately, and personal evolution. Here’s everything you need to know to help yourself heal trauma in narcissistic abuse recovery.

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When Your Adult Child is a Narcissist

When Your Adult Child is a Narcissist

Do you have a strained relationship with your adult child? Do they seem to have an overblown sense of entitlement? Do they think the world revolves around them and get offended if you don't agree? Do they ever try to control you or your choices, either directly or...

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Can You Go Back To Being The Person You Were Before Narcissistic Abuse?

Can You Go Back To Being The Person You Were Before Narcissistic Abuse?

Are you ready to get back to being your old self again after narcissistic abuse? Here’s what you need to know and exactly what to do. When you’ve dealt with narcissistic abuse for a long time and you finally get out, you’ll spend a lot of time first grieving and then healing. The narcissistic abuse recovery process can be long and complicated but at some point, you’re going to want to start “being your old self again.” You know, the self you used to be – before you met the narcissist.

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Dating After Divorcing a Narcissist?

Dating After Divorcing a Narcissist?

If you’ve been through narcissistic abuse and you’re now thinking about entering the dating world again, there are some things you need to think about first. Let’s face it, a divorce can be a traumatic experience especially when you’ve dealt with narcissistic abuse, and jumping into the dating scene can be more than you might be ready to deal with. The only one who will know if you are truly ready to start dating after a divorce is you, but here are some things to consider before you go on that first date.

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Hello! I’m Angie

Certified Trauma Counselor

I created this site because as a survivor of narcissistic abuse myself, it is my mission in life to create the kind of narcissistic abuse recovery support that I needed but didn’t have in my darkest days. My hope is that by providing information, support, and guidance through the long, dark tunnel that is narcissistic abuse and recovery, I can help you heal and let you know that as much as it feels like you’re alone in all of this, you really aren’t. My team and I will be here for you as you go through this process. We’ll walk that tunnel with you, holding your hand as we do, and we’ll get you through the darkness and into the light. And once you reach that light, we’ll help you take your life to the next level. 

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Skye Olmsted
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Robin Watton 

You are NOT crazy.If you want to get a handle on what’s been happening to you, here is an excellent resource. Angie and the QueenBeeing staff have quite a lot to offer. Recovery is hard, no doubt about it, but it can sometimes be fun!

Emilia Laneman
Angie is one of the significant pillars of society who keeps us in the know about how to spot, deal with and overcome narcissistic abuse. Thank you, Angie.

Toni Larter Sorrentino
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Kim Vaughan
When I went through my final discard, I was 54 years old. I gave up my career to raise our children so I had no resume, no college degree, no job prospects. Angie’s work showed me a light at the end of a very long tunnel and she was there in person when I needed serious help to keep moving forward. As for my ex Narc, I know what he is now and I recognize others like him. I also know to RUN away from them as fast as I can now.

Britney Pert
I found Angie’s YouTube channel just recently, and I am in the beginning days of going no contact with my ex-narc. watching her videos and listening to her has helped me so much! I feel less insane, I feel a spark of hope again, and I feel like I just might get through this. she is amazing! she is so honest and straightforward and I believe that’s exactly what I need right now. I highly recommend that you check out her channel and FREE support group. I have never met her or spoken with her directly, but just watching her videos has been a blessing in my life.

James Lacroix
She is an amazing life coach. She helped me so much and her videos related to what was going on .i was part of her chat on YouTube and it helped me realize I didn’t have to handle it alone. And it’s been no contact in June will be a year of no contact. I suggest if you’re dealing with any kind of abuse, get in touch with Angie.

Anuja Bharat Tara Vora
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Elizabeth Crews
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Marlene Bergquist 

I wish I had found this info during my narc relationship…would have answered so many questions. I’m in therapy because of my involvement with a narc. Angie’s videos have helped and given me encouragement to move forward. I’m a good person was just with a really bad apple.
Debbie Miller Walsh
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