How Can Life Be Improved with a Spiritual Awakening?

How Can Life Be Improved with a Spiritual Awakening?

When you experience a spiritual awakening, it can change your life for the better. You’ll find that you’re making moves that will automatically manifest into positive steps that improve your well-being both physically and emotionally.

You might notice that you begin to withdraw from some of the old crowd of friends and acquaintances that you know. Once you start on a journey of spiritual awakening, it can open your eyes to the truth about your relationships.

You might discover that while you’re growing and evolving into a better person, it creates too much space between you and the old crowd. You don’t feel the same, so the relationships don’t feel the same.

Once you’re more aware, you may sense that what was okay before is not okay now and you feel awkward around those people. What was once acceptable might feel like you’re surrounded by people who deplete your joy and positivity – especially if those people have a cynical or hateful way of looking at the world and other people.

It’s normal to begin to feel pulled toward people who are more in sync with your newly heightened self. When you’re around those people, you don’t feel mentally and emotionally wiped.

Instead, you feel positive about yourself and the world. You’ll notice that you have a deeper one-ness with people who are also spiritually awakened. There’s an emotional and a spiritual link.

Once you experience a spiritual awakening, you’ll feel a deep desire and motivation to take action when you see suffering. You’ll feel driven to get involved in your community as well as around the globe.

Your desire will be to make a difference – to leave an impact on the lives of other people. When you do see someone suffering, you might feel grief and be inspired to see how you can help.

You’ll find that you’re pouring your life into other people and you’ll feel as if you’re living out your purpose. Going through a spiritual awakening is like walking through a door into freedom as you lay aside the things that keep you from being fully who you are.

You’ll discover that not only do you feel more energized and happier, but that you also have room to take part in what inspires you. You’ll discover a stronger motivation to go after what it is that you want to accomplish as your soul becomes freer to manifest who you are creatively.

It will seem like it’s all one connection and that you’re taking part in what it was that you were born to do all along. The craving for a spiritual awakening sets you free to throw off the constraints that have kept you burdened by how the world or other people say or think you must live.

You’ll be free to toss aside the pretense of living a life that’s not truly you as you learn who you are and what it is that matters to you. The way you see the world and the people in it will change and you won’t be willing to live in any way that defies what your purpose on earth is.

This knowledge will lead to an incredible lightness within you because you will be in touch with who you are. You’ll understand that it’s you, not others, who knows what you’re meant to do as you reach a point of consciousness you didn’t previously have.

Your life will improve physically as well because once you become aware, you’ll feel a desire to nurture yourself and to take care of who you are. This often leads to a better way of eating so that you desire foods that build your energy and your health rather than those that take away from it.

Food isn’t the only physical manifestation of an awakening. You’ll go through changes that improve emotional areas of your life. One of these areas is in how you view emotions.

You’ll come to understand the power of negative and positive emotions. This will help you to understand what kind of reality it is that you’re creating for yourself. When you fret and you become anxious, it leads to a state of constant alertness, fear and worry.

This makes it harder for emotions such as love and happiness to be fully realized and manifested in your life. But through a spiritual awakening, you’ll discover that the negative emotions lose their power and you’ll act out of compassion and courage in your own life and in the lives of other people.

Another improvement that you’ll notice is that you’re no longer invested in emotional drama. You will no longer want to be in the middle of arguing and negativity.

Situations where someone is verbally hurting others or where there’s a situation that stirs up negativity will be distasteful to you and you’ll discover that it’s easier to leave it alone and walk away and not engage in drama.

This strength in you will ensure that you have peace. After a spiritual awakening, you won’t want to engage in situations where you’re sitting in judgment and you won’t put up with that negative track playing inside your own head, either.

You’ll learn that it’s easier to love others and yourself in a way that you never have before. You’ll be able to view yourself with tenderness, love and grace and you’ll extend that to others as well.

The change that you’ll go through will help you see that you can serve others without getting recognition. It won’t matter to you if someone else gets the glory. You won’t need your ego pumped up.

Instead, you’ll just be happy that you can make a difference in the lives of other people. With all that you do and all that you give back, you’ll find that it’s done from a deep well of joy.

You’ll appreciate your life and the lives of others. You’ll find that you have a spunk and a vitality for life and for giving. The well of happiness you have inside will overflow within you and you’ll see that you can find contentment in any situation with any circumstances.

The Types of Spiritual Awakening

When you crave a spiritual awakening, that can mean different things to each person. For some, it’s religious based. For others, it’s simply a different kind of awareness, so let’s look at how these options compare.

Some people begin with a desire to have a deeper connection to God or a higher power of a religious nature. Many people start to seek a higher power as they become aware that they’re not completely fulfilled.

They may start to feel empty and feel a strong need for spiritual accompaniment on life’s journey. Some people think of this as an awareness that they were created by a being and when they go through it, they feel stronger and more peaceful once they feel a connection to God.

It helps them be able to handle stress better and they believe that there is a higher power that they can turn to with life’s frustrations and problems. Another type of awakening is to experience an awareness of intellectual growth.

This awareness can be sudden or gradual. It’s an experience where a person grows in wisdom as if their eyes are opened when they weren’t before. When you have this type of spiritual awakening, it makes you more aware of growing and transforming your life into something that makes you feel as if you’re living out your purpose.

When you experience the awakening, it feels like you have a different type of energy vibrating through you and filling your body. You feel connected between your body, mind and soul.

This allows you to obtain a higher degree of consciousness. When you experience a mind awakening – which is basically the same as an intellectual growth type of awakening – you see things differently, more clearly than you have before.

It’s as if you suddenly gained wisdom that you didn’t have previously. When this occurs, you’ll not only look at yourself through new eyes, but also the people and the world around you as well.

A mind awakening stretches the boundaries of your mental state and enlarges your ability to understand your existence. It’s like you were seeing and understanding through a cloud before and now all of a sudden, that cloud is gone and everything is sharp.

You’ll be able to view your life in a way that’s objective so you can see deeper into it. You understand what’s real and lasting and has purpose and what doesn’t.

You’ll find it easier to disengage from things that don’t have any permanent value in the world. This type of spiritual awakening allows you to be more mindful than ever before.

You’ll be able to be fully present in your life and live in each moment. Your life becomes richer and deeper and more meaningful. One type of spiritual awakening that a person can go through is known as an internal self awakening.

Most people believe this has to do with who you are at your core. This type of awakening can change you as a person. It makes you behave differently and it’s almost as if you’ve become a completely new person.

You desire a wholeness within yourself and you seek complete authenticity in every area of your life – from yourself, from your relationships and in your career. This type of awakening makes you reject anything that doesn’t ring true and doesn’t help you grow as an individual.

When you experience it, you become more tolerant and more loving toward yourself and others. You may also go through a spiritual awakening that has to do with your soul.

This isn’t to be confused with an awakening as in acknowledging a higher power. This is a sudden craving for spiritual connections. Instead of seeing yourself as just a person, you begin to see yourself as someone who has spirituality.

This awakening makes what you experience in life change your consciousness. Your sense of energy and your awareness of who you are will grow. You’ll be able to feel a stronger link between yourself and what’s true to you spiritually.

Your mind and soul will be more in tune with nature and you’ll begin a path of purpose that will lead you toward a deeper evolvement of who you are. Finally, there is an awakening that’s linked with different beliefs in the consciousness.

You’ll find this within certain yoga practices, in Buddhism and in Zen practices. This type of awakening also gives you a deeper level of consciousness – which is often referred to as enlightenment.

Plus, you’ll develop a new connection that allows you to feel completely true to yourself. Not only will you feel one with yourself, but with the world as well. You’ll feel a new freedom from constraints within yourself and a true awareness that will allow you to feel the light within yourself.

When you experience this kind of spiritual awakening, it makes you have harmony as well as be able to walk in it.

Narcissists and Public Humiliation: How & Why Narcissists Shame You Publicly

Narcissists and Public Humiliation: How & Why Narcissists Shame You Publicly

Public humiliation is one of many ways that a narcissist will manipulate and psychologically abuse his or her sources of narcissistic supply.

Narcissists and Public Humiliation

Often, a narcissist will humiliate you in public as part of an active smear campaign – and while I’ve previously explained smear campaigns, today I’m going to go a little more in-depth on the public humiliation part of it – which, in my opinion, is one of the most traumatic parts of the whole smear campaign tactic. So, first off, I’m going to give you a few real-life examples of how toxic narcissists have used public humiliation to hurt the people who loved them.

The Litigious Loser

One client told me her narcissistic ex-husband would use their children as bargaining chips and poison them against her. Then, he’d intentionally push, poke and agitate her to the point she’d get really upset and confused – and would then start videotaping her and threaten to use it to take her to court. He held the recordings over her head in order to continue to manipulate and control her even though they’d been divorced – which he did for several years before she came to me for narcissistic abuse recovery coaching.

The Sexy Selfie Stronghold

In today’s digital world, nearly everyone can admit to having snapped a sexy photo for the one they love and even, in some cases, participated in on-camera sexual activities with that person.

And you know how narcissists are, right? Yep. SEVERAL of my clients have told me that their narcissists – both male and female – have either used or threatened to use nude or otherwise compromising photos of them in order to blackmail them into doing what they wanted.

Flying Monkey ‘Friends’

Another way that narcissists like to manipulate and publicly humiliate their victims is through the use of flying monkeys – people who, willingly or otherwise, help the narcissist to manipulate you.

For example, a narcissistic wife of one of my clients managed to humiliate him by spreading gossip among his female co-workers about his sexual health – none of which were true, but all of which really changed the way his co-workers saw him.

Her intention, of course, was to ensure his fidelity as he worked alongside his attractive coworkers each day. But in her selfishness and lack of concern and empathy for her husband, this narcissist had managed to make sure that he felt completely isolated, alone and humiliated in his workplace every day. The environment eventually became so toxic that my client moved on to a new company – and thankfully, he got divorced (and eventually moved on with a much healthier girlfriend).

In all three of those cases, there’s a similarity – and I’m not talking about the obvious one (the humiliation factor). I’m talking about the fact that none of these people recognized at first that they were even being abused – or at least, they couldn’t admit it.

So let’s talk about that.

The Humiliation Factor: No One Wants to Admit They’re Accepting the Abuse

So, how can you possibly “miss” the fact that you’re being abused?

The problem with abuse is that most relationships don’t begin with abuse. Instead, there are subtle shifts along the way, silent reprogramming until the abuser feels confident that they can control the relationship.

In most cases, by the time the abuse becomes recognizable, the victim has been so brainwashed that she or he (men can also be victims of abusive relationships) doesn’t recognize the actions as abuse and actually takes the blame for his or her predicament.

Victims often can’t be convinced that they’re experiencing abuse. They’re so busy justifying the behavior of the abuser that they don’t see it for what it is.
In many cases, the simple answer is that it’s hard to admit you’ve allowed this to happen. But if you recognize some of the following patterns in your own relationship, it’s quite possible that you are in fact, a victim of abuse.

Thoughts? Share them, along with your relevant experiences, in the comments below this video.

The Hard Part: Why and How You MUST Resist Narcissistic Hoovering

The Hard Part: Why and How You MUST Resist Narcissistic Hoovering

It’s always hard to deal with a narcissist, whether you’re still in the toxic relationship or you’ve recently left it. But due to the narcissist’s behaviors and patterns, there are times when we find ourselves feeling weak, almost powerless to resist their charms – even when we KNOW BETTER.

One of those times is during the narcissistic hoovering phase. So that’s why we’re talking about hoovering and how you can deal with it today.

So what is hoovering, anyway?

The “hoovering” technique was named after the famous vacuum cleaner company, and it’s one of many common manipulation tactics employed by abusive, toxic narcissists.

This is when a narcissist sort of “sucks” his victim back into the relationship, or some  version of it. It often begins innocently enough, sort of subtly, but it always happens with one target – to regain control.

Hoovering usually begins after the devalue and discard phases, when the silent treatment has stopped giving the narcissist pleasure, and when he’s ready for more of the supply you’ve been feeding him all these months or years. Or, it’ll start when you’ve left the narcissist and he fears you won’t return.

The idea is that the narcissist needs to reestablish contact with you in order to get the narcissistic supply you’re so good at providing.

This is a dangerous tactic, because once a narcissist gets back into your good graces, you’ll often find yourself being love-bombed and hearing promises of brighter days ahead – but sadly, they won’t last.

10 Ways Deal with a Narcissist’s Hoovering


So, now that you know WHAT it is, how do you deal with being hoovered? Well, if you’re still stuck in the toxic relationship, you might as well just let hit happen – BUT, with a few safeguards in place.

First, don’t take the bait – because if you do, you may end up allowing the narc to cross your boundaries and you’ll end up settling for less than you really deserve.

Plus, you don’t want to allow yourself to start doing things that you wouldn’t normally do, and you don’t want to stop taking care of yourself in favor of the narc’s needs.

And most importantly, don’t give up your own independence.

But in general, the best way to cope with hoovering is to follow these guidelines.

1. Don’t let your boundaries be changed or broken during the hoovering phase. It’s too easy to “give in” during this phase – don’t!

2. If you’ve put safeguards (or consequences) in place due to the narcissist’s bad decisions, you need to keep those in place even and especially during hoovering .

3. KNOW that this phase WILL end and you’ll be back to “normal” status with the narcissist at some point. Look at previous patterns for an idea on how long it might last.

4. Make a special effort to maintain your healthy activities and relationships – and even increase the engagement with these healthy situations in order to strengthen your recovery efforts.

5. A lot of times, we use hoovering to bargain with our narcissists. We try to create positive change in our relationships during this time because the narcissists seem so receptive (moreso than usual) to our requests – but you’ve got to understand that most of the time, any change created will be quite short-lived – you’re only setting yourself up for disappointment.

6. Keep in mind that, as big of a jerk as he or she can be, a narcissist is a person who has a personality disorder – and mood swings or rapidly changing ideals are a big part of that.

7. Remember that knowledge is power. Educate yourself on NPD and make an effort to understand what you’re really dealing with. Often, understanding can lead to overcoming.

8. Don’t allow yourself to depend on the narcissist emotionally. They will disappoint you every time, especially when it matters the most to you. The hoovering phase can cloud your judgment and you might even end up setting yourself up for some real emotional devastation if you allow your narc to lull you into a false sense of security and intimacy.

9. If you have been physically abused and the hoovering is an attempt to make you forget it – don’t. Get some help – check out the emergency domestic violence page on QueenBeeing.com and don’t waste a minute – your life could literally depend on it. Take care of yourself!

10. Understand this deal for what it is. The narcissist does not love you – the narcissist is not capable of actual love. In fact, you’re just a pawn in his or her little game – so get off the roller coaster as soon as you can – go no contact or low contact. If you aren’t able to completely cut all contact, try the gray rock method.

The bottom line is that the one thing you can count on with a narcissist is that they don’t change. They might get better at hiding their true selves, and they might pretend to change for a while to get you back – but they certainly don’t ever actually change.

Here are some ways narcissists try to hoover you back into the toxic relationship. Each of these was collected from a survivor of narcissistic abuse and is a true story.

Have you experienced hoovering before? How did you deal with it? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments.

Toxic Relationships: Recognizing Signs of Abuse

Toxic Relationships: Recognizing Signs of Abuse

“Poisonous relationships can alter our perception. You can spend many years thinking you’re worthless… but you’re not worthless, you’re unappreciated.” – Steve Maraboli

Would You Recognize Abuse in Your Own Relationships?

How can you miss the fact that you’re being abused?

While domestic abuse in any category is unacceptable, one area that is often overlooked is emotional and mental abuse, which is common in toxic relationships, especially when a narcissist is involved. Sadly, chances are very high that either someone you know and love – or you yourself – are in or have been in an abusive relationship.

People forget that there are many different types of abusive relationships – but it’s important to remember that both mental and physical abuse can be destructive and the scars take a long time to heal.

Related: 44 Warning Signs You’re Being Emotionally Abused

The Humiliation Factor: No One Wants to Admit They Accept Abuse

So, how can you possibly “miss” the fact that you’re being abused? The problem with abuse is that most relationships don’t begin with abuse. Instead, there are subtle shifts along the way, silent reprogramming until the abuser feels confident that they can control the relationship.

In most cases, by the time the abuse becomes recognizable, the victim has been so brainwashed that she or he (men can also be victims of abusive relationships) doesn’t recognize the actions as abuse and actually takes the blame for his or her predicament.

Related: How do you help someone in an abusive relationship with a narcissist?

Sadly, narcissistic abuse victims often can’t be convinced that they’re experiencing abuse.  They’re so busy justifying the behavior of the abuser that they don’t see it for what it is. In many cases, the simple answer is that it’s hard to admit you’ve allowed this to happen. But if you recognize some of the following patterns in your own relationship, it’s quite possible that you are in fact, a victim of abuse.

What Are the Warning Signs You’re Being Abused by a Narcissist?

Did you know that statistically, more women experience emotional abuse than physical violence? Consider this: More than 1/3 of ALL women who have been married have experienced emotional abuse. Specifically, 35% of all women who are or have been in married or common-law relationships have experienced emotional abuse, as opposed to the 29% who have been physically assaulted by their male partners, according to Statistics Canada.

Tip: don’t assume that these statistics put female narcissists in the clear. There are many reasons that women are less often reported as abusers, but the fact is that both male and female narcissists are abusers, and you might be dealing with either one. But in any case, if you’re in a relationship with an abusive narcissist, these are the red-flag warning signs of which to be aware.

1. You are isolated, more than you used to be.

  • Have you been cut off to some degree from friends or family?
  • Does your partner seek to drive a wedge between you and other people you’re close to?
  • Does he make you choose between him and others that love you?

These are all signs of the beginning of isolation. An abuser knows that his power over you must be absolute in order to have the true dominance he seeks. Friends and family members are competition – not to mention potential witnesses to the abuser’s bad behavior.

2. You have no control of your money.

Does your partner control the finances? You should be equal partners when it comes to money matters.  If your partner holds all of the power financially then he has power over your ability to stay, leave, spend money, and make decisions. Read About Identifying and Overcoming Financial Abuse

3. You really are “missing” the signs that someone else may consider obvious.

Narcissistic abuse is incredibly pervasive. Maybe these “obvious” signs actually sort of snuck up on you or because you’re not ready to admit you’re being abused (and who could blame you?).

  • Even if you think it’s not a big deal, be honest with yourself – does your partner ever physically hit you, even if it seems innocent?
  • Does he/she ever strike at you in anger, verbally or physically?
  • Does he/she call you names, put you down?
  • Does he/she humiliate, control or make you feel inferior?

These are all signs of abuse at the hands of your partner. Some insults are more subtle than others – as are some of the physical violence against you.

Checklist: 158 Signs of Narcissistic Abuse

Early signs of narcissistic abuse might include your partner playing too rough and then becoming upset or agitated when you indicate that you’ve had enough. And, in this video checklist, you’ll find 158 signs that you’re dealing with narcissistic abuse in a toxic relationship (under 13 minutes long). Grab a pen and paper, and make a tick mark for each one that you’re dealing with.

Are you dealing with narcissistic abuse? 

Still not sure? Take this toxic relationship self-assessment and gain further insight into your situation. In addition to helping you determine whether you’re dealing with narcissistic abuse, you’ll be directed to free healing resources based on your answers. As inclusive as this list seems to be, it does not by any means cover every possible sign or indication that exists for mental or physical abuse in relationships.

Chances are that if you feel you’re being abused, you’re right.

You can always seek advice and guidance at a local women’s shelter or domestic violence center if you suspect you’re being abused and would like help. Or, if you’re NOT experiencing physical abuse, you might benefit from a little support from a narcissistic abuse recovery coach.

Thoughts? Share them, along with your relevant experiences, in the comments below this video.

Do you need help and support in your narcissistic abuse recovery process?

How can you get support in your healing? Start with your friends and/or family members who may understand and be willing to support you. If you don’t have supportive or understanding people around you, which is often the case for survivors of narcissistic abuse due to the fact that narcissists have a tendency to isolate you, you may need to look at some other options. Here are a few to consider.

Please note: If you’re experiencing physical abuse, you have to take immediate action to get yourself to a safe place so you can figure out what to do next. Please, stop reading and start taking action right now. Check out this page for emergency domestic violence resources.

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Toxic Relationships: 44 warning signs you’re being emotionally abused

Toxic Relationships: 44 warning signs you’re being emotionally abused

44 Warning Signs That You're Being Emotionally Abused by a NarcissistAs someone who has survived and thrived despite having experienced various forms of emotional abuse, thanks to involvement with narcissists in my own life, it was often hard to see while I was in the “thick of it.”

So how do you know if the relationship is really emotionally abusive? When it’s physical abuse, it’s often pretty obvious, but emotional abuse can be incredibly hard to detect, especially if your victimizer is a narcissist.

On the plus side, there are plenty of warning signs.

If your significant other is a narcissist, he (or she) might engage in certain narcissistic behaviors and types of manipulation, such as the ever-pervasive gaslighting tactic that is the bane of so many victims of narcissistic relationships.

How to Know if You’re Being Emotionally Abused

Does your significant other:

  1. Isolate you and prevent you from spending time with friends or family members?
  2. Force you to account for your time when apart from him?
  3. Act really jealous and possessive sometimes?
  4. Make excessive and unreasonable demands for your attention, even to the detriment of your other responsibilities?
  5. Make everything “all about him?”
  6. Make you the scapegoat for all the arguments or problems in the relationship?
  7. Consider himself the “boss” and insist on making all the decisions in your relationship/family/life?
  8. Snoop through your stuff? Does he refuse to allow any privacy? Does he go through your mail, hack your email or Facebook account or go through your personal belongings?
  9. Get excessively angry without warning or over tiny things?
  10. Have the whole “Jekyll and Hyde” deal happening – where one side of him seems  charming or even sweet and loving, while the other is mean, spiteful and downright hurtful?
  11. Play games with your head? Tell lies in order to confuse you or blame you for something you didn’t do?
  12. Become overly critical of everything about you when you don’t do what he wants?
  13. Take control of everything in your life, such as your finances?
  14. Feel entitled to everything from your attention and UNCONDITIONAL respect, regardless of how he treats you?
  15. Feel entitled to your financial or other kinds of support?
  16. Cause damage and/or give away/steal your personal property?
  17. Harass you whenever you’re away from him because you have to be (such as work or school)?
  18. Make threats about how he will “ruin you” or otherwise cause trouble for you at work, to your family or to others?
  19. Say overly critical things about your body and appearance?
  20. Have weird sexual issues?
  21. Become excessively pushy or forceful about sex, or even hurt you during sex?
  22. Become angry or sullen (or even display narcissistic injury) if you don’t go along with his sexual demands?
  23. Drink excessively or take drugs, and then blame his awful behavior on alcohol, drugs or his own history of abuse or tragedy earlier in his life?
  24. Pressure you to use alcohol or other drugs, even when you say no?
  25. Cause you to become anxious about confronting him about literally anything?
  26. Threaten you with physical harm or make you feel afraid of how he will react when you speak or act in general?
  27. Manipulate you with the constant threat of mood changes and impending narcissistic rage?
  28. Make you feel like you’re always “walking on eggshells” or living with constant stress, anxiety or generally in fear?
  29. Withhold affection in order to punish you?
  30. Give you the “silent treatment” when you don’t do what he wants?
  31. Humiliate you?
  32. Expect you to ask for permission to do stuff, as though you’re a child?
  33. Threaten to hurt himself when he doesn’t get his way or if you threaten to leave?

Physical Abuse: DO NOT WAIT! 

Listen, emotional abuse is awful and can make you completely miserable. But physical abuse is a whole other ball of wax. While you should never stay in an abusive situation, you have to remember that when physical abuse is a factor, there is absolutely no fixing it – and your life could literally depend on you getting away safely.

Ask yourself, does your significant other:

  1. Physically abuse you in any way? Push, shove, grab, punch, hits or strike you with hands or fists?
  2. Threaten or assault you with weapons, such as household objects or knives?
  3. Blame you for his abusive behavior, saying things such as “look what you made me do,” or “well, if you hadn’t done that, I wouldn’t have had to hit you?”

If so, there is no time to waste – get help and get out before it’s too late. Here are some resources for you.

Sexual Abuse: GET OUT NOW!

According to Dr. Phil, the following are signs of sexual abuse. If you’re being sexually abused, you can’t wait – you need to get out ASAP. If you don’t have any support (which is unfortunately common for victims of narcissism and abuse, since abusers often isolate their victims), start here, and check out these resources as well.

You are being sexually abused if your partner:

  1. Views women as objects and believes in rigid gender roles.
  2. Accuses you of cheating or is often jealous of your outside relationships.
  3. Wants you to dress in a sexual way.
  4. Has ever forced or manipulated you into to having sex or performing sexual acts.
  5. Held you down during sex.
  6. Demanded sex when you were sick, tired or after beating you.
  7. Involved other people in sexual activities with you.
  8. Ignored your feelings regarding sex.

More Resources for Victims of Narcissists

Visit the QueenBeeing Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Resources & Support Page

If you’re in an abusive relationship with a narcissist, you might want to read one of these books.

Are you experiencing (or have you experienced) emotional abuse in a toxic relationship? Find out for sure by taking this quiz.

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