How to Find Strength to Leave a Narcissist: Useful Rage

Written by Angela Atkinson

Today on Go Ask Angie, I’m responding to a question from a viewer and a member of my online support group for narcissistic abuse survivors. 

THE QUESTION – A SPAN Member Asked: “HOW DO I GO FROM FEELING SCARED, ALONE AND SAD TO FINDING THE ANGER I NEED TO TAKE ACTION AND LEAVE OR GET OVER THE NARCISSIST?”

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When you’ve been through narcissistic abuse, you often don’t trust yourself, and for a lot of us, it’s only justified anger that will get us out.

A lot of people think that anger is all bad – but that’s not always the case. And while I’m sure someone will disagree with me, I think that, sometimes, for those of us who have been stuck in narcissistic relationships, we need something big to get us to take real action.

We spend so much time being afraid, sad, alone – and feeling not good enough – that being angry can wake us up and propel us into action. 

In this video, I’ll give you the bottom line on anger, and I will explain what I mean by starting with a story from my own life.

And, I’ll share some techniques that can help push you past the scared, sad and desperate feelings we all experience at or near the end of a toxic relationship with a narcissist – this will help you to take the action necessary to move forward and start building a healthier, better life for yourself.

Your turn: after you watch the video – tell me what you think.

Have you experienced this need to stop being sad and start getting mad – and take the action you need to get safe and back to your true self? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below. Let’s discuss it!

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