Seven Things to Know About Healing from Narcissistic Abuse

It’s hard to recognize the abuse

If it’s your first narcissist — whether parent, boss, neighbor or romantic partner, it’s going to be hard to diagnose the situation. If you grew up in a narcissistic family or were taught to be codependent, it might take years or even decades for you to recognize such behavior as abusive. It will take a great…

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Author of Chasing Eden Memoir, Surviving the Patriarchy, Religious Abuse, and Narcissistic Abuse—one story at a time.

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Cherilyn Christen Clough

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Author of Chasing Eden Memoir, Surviving the Patriarchy, Religious Abuse, and Narcissistic Abuse—one story at a time.

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