No Contact Rule: Do you have to tell a narcissist you’re going no contact? If you are going no contact with a narcissist and you’re ready to stop being codependent and start healing, this one’s for you.
More videos on going no contact with a narcissist, the no contact rule and dealing with healing yourself in the process.
Today I’m answering a question from a viewer who has a question about going no contact with her narcissistic father and stepmother who is ill.
I’ve made a terrible mistake – and here’s how it can help your narcissistic relationship recovery. If you are someone who is recovering from a toxic relationship, then you know how easy it can be to fall off the wagon. I did that over the weekend, and today I’m sharing my confession of what I did wrong and what I’m doing to change it in the future.
Plus ,I’ll share a message of hope for you – and for me. Recovering from a narcissistic relationship is hard work – and overcoming toxic families is even harder. Today, we’re going to get through this together.
Our self-talk creates reality. And we know all about self-talk psychology, don’t we? But it’s easy to understand in theory. In real life, it’s a lot harder to implement – and to stick with. Even when we think we’ve got it all handled. Trust me – I know what I’m talking about here.
Invalidation is part of codependency and CPTSD. We have to validate OURSELVES.