Introducing the Recovery Roadmap for Narcissistic Abuse Survivors: Navigating No-Contact

Written by Angela Atkinson

I’m very excited to announce that my brand new book, Navigating No-Contact with a Narcissist: A Recovery Roadmap for Survivors of Narcissistic Abuse, is now available at in both ebook and paperback formats.

This book came together after years of practicing no contact with toxic people in my own life, and coaching my clients to escape and remain free of toxic relationships with abusive narcissists in their own lives. 

In addition to a comprehensive guide to implementing and maintaining the practice of no-contact with a narcissist, the book offers personal stories and advice from three other survivors, including one who chose to remain anonymous who tells her story of being abused in a toxic lesbian relationship with a narcissist

Also featured are Jillian Tindall, Esq. and Carlita Vega, two other narcissistic abuse survivors who have both taken back their lives, partially with the help of the advice they found in my videos on narcissistic abuse recovery.

I want to share a little bit about my fellow authors with you for a couple of reasons – first, because they are fellow survivors as well as amazing, accomplished women. And second, because they deserve recognition for their contribution to this book – they provided thoughtful, inspiring and raw stories that readers will identify with on a profound level.

Suboru, Anonymous

Suboru is the name selected for the pen name of our anonymous contributor, who is a fellow narcissistic abuse survivor. While she has chosen the cloak of anonymitiy for her own safety, Suboru is passionate about helping narcissistic abuse survivors to overcome abuse and create the lives they want. She’s also an advocate for abuse awareness in LGBTQ relationships.

Jillian Tindall, Esq. 

Jillian M. Tindall, has been practicing law for over 17 years, and has an extensive background litigating a wide range domestic relations matters in Las Vegas, Nevada, including, but not limited to, divorce, annulment, child custody and visitation, child support collections and defense, modification of child support, property valuation and distribution, debt division, alimony, domestic violence proceedings and protective orders, termination of parental rights, annulments, name changes, adoptions, legal separations, and the international recovery of children through Hague Convention proceedings. 

Ms. Tindall has practiced in Federal and State Courts, including Municipal and Justice Courts, and has experience with the Nevada Supreme Court.

She has written and lectured on domestic relations issues for multiple continuing legal education providers, and has received recognition for her contributions for pro bono representation in Clark County, Nevada.

Ms. Tindall is experienced with high conflict litigation, as well as mediation and alternative dispute resolution options, whether your case is highly contested or simple and uncontested. 

Ms. Tindall’s earlier background experiences involve thousands of hours of work in crisis advocacy for victims of domestic violence, and she received a combined B.A. degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Oregon, in 1996, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with honors in Psychology for her Autism research with Oregon Health Sciences University, and her thesis on Autism, studying behavioral differences among gender groups. 

Ms. Tindall also received a certificate in Substance Abuse Prevention. In 1998, Ms. Tindall received her Juris Doctor from the University of Oregon, and she is licensed in Nevada and Kansas. Prior to attending the University of Oregon, Ms. Tindall pursued studies in early childhood education.

Carlita Vega

Carlita is a hard-working and loving mother of four children ages 23, 16, 11 & 7. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio and graduated from the Cleveland School of the Arts.

She relocated to Georgia in 2002 and currently resides in Fayetteville. She is a survivor of child molestation, rape and most recently, narcissistic abuse.

She has managed to retain her mental and spiritual stability in spite of life’s difficulties.

Ms. Vega is a passionate entrepreneur, and also wants to help women that have been and are being subjected to this type of abuse.

She is presently improving her mental and spiritual health with research, meditation and prayer.

A Little More About the Book

Navigating No-Contact with a Narcissist is a practical and inspiring guidebook that will help you to let go of the feelings you still have for the narcissist and to stop feeling like you want and need to engage with him or her. Inside the guide, you’ll learn how to reclaim your sense of self, take back your life and as you move forward, to safely move on to a better relationship. You’ll learn what “no contact” really means in terms of narcissistic abuse recovery, where the term came from and how to implement it in your own life. Plus:

  • How to break an unhealthy relationship cycle
  • Dealing with smear campaigns and rude narcissists
  • How to deal with co-parenting with a narcissist
  • How to help your kids through the separation and divorce
  • How to find yourself again after recovery
  • Why no contact works so well and why it’s hard to execute
  • The steps you need to take to make it happen

The book will also take you through the stages of recovery and show you what to expect in each one, as well as offering exercises and activities for each stage. Written by certified life coach, author and YouTuber Angela Atkinson, aka Angie Atkinson, this book is both comprehensive and written in a way that is easy to read. This book is for you if:

  • You’ve done your research and you already know or are pretty sure that you’re dealing with a narcissist.
  • You’ve been abandoned, or you’ve left your narcissist.
  • You’re still in the relationship, but you know you want to leave the narcissist, and you need some help.
  • You’ve gone or recently decided to go “no-contact” with a narcissist.
  • You want to go no-contact, but you’re not sure how.
  • You’re already no-contact, but you are tempted to go back to the narcissist.
  • The narcissist is trying to hoover you and you need help resisting.
  • You are ready to take back your life, right now!

So what are you waiting for? Order this book, become a no-contact master, and take back your life today, starting right now!

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