Neuroplasticity Can Help You Re-Wire Your Brain After Narcissistic Abuse

Written by Angela Atkinson

Did you know that narcissistic abuse causes your brain to literally change structure? The good news? You can change it back, thanks to a recently-discovered concept called neuroplasticity. Here is an introduction to neuroplasticity that can help. By using this simple sort of “brain training,” you can overcome the effects of abuse – including panic attacks, stress, depression, fear and more. This is science-based recovery from narcissistic abuse.

Closed captioning provided by Athena Moberg and CPTSDFoundation.org, providing Daily Recovery Support™ to survivors and practitioners through trauma-informed education, resources, and daily calls, led with compassion that can only come from those who have experienced first hand how trauma can poison every aspect of your life and health.

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