Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome: 37 Things to Know – Complex PTSD

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Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome: 37 Things to Know About Complex PSTD (Narcissistic Victim Syndrome) –

Also known as C-PTSD or narcissistic victim syndrome, narcissistic abuse syndrome is a psychological disorder that can develop in response to the prolonged, repeated experience of interpersonal trauma in a context in which the individual has little or no chance of escape. Yes, we are talking about being in a relationship with a narcissist.

In this video, I’ll explain what narcissistic abuse syndrome means, fill you in on the signs and symptoms of narcissistic abuse syndrome and also explain how to recover from narcissistic abuse syndrome (sometimes also called post-narcissistic abuse syndrome). In addition to identity erosion and losing the self, understanding what happens after narcissistic abuse and how to perceive it in a whole new way can really be the first step toward healing CPTSD or complex PTSD. If you are a victim of narcissistic abuse syndrome, this comprehensive healing video is for you.

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