Healing from a Narcissistic Relationship
- A Caretaker's Guide to Recovery, Empowerment, and Transformation
- Narrated by: Sally Vahle
- Length: 7 hrs and 53 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-23-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Novel Audio
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Presenting techniques for healing and rebuilding self-esteem and self-confidence, this book offers a guide to developing emotional strength and encourages forgiveness and reconciliation with the past. It shows the reader how to increase emotional self-protections, quit caretaking in relationships, and become more independent and self-loving. Using real stories, Margalis Fjelstad offers a process of healing that can direct the reader away from former patterns of inequitable relationships and toward loving, caring connections that can truly grow healthfully and flourish. It shows that ending a relationship with a narcissist may be the best thing that ever happened.
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By megan on 01-16-18
Although I’m an intelligent, caring, successful businesswoman, it took years for me to realize what I was dealing with in my abusive marriage. In my post-breakup research I read several books on narcissism to better understand what the h*ll just happened! All of these books were focused on the narcissist (not like that wasn’t how I’d been living as it was...) and I was tired of wasting more time on better understanding him when I needed to better understand me to heal and prevent this from happening again. This book FINALLY addressed how I could’ve fallen prey and what I can do to overcome the damage that was done. Whew... thank you.
16 of 16 people found this review helpful
By Amazon Customer on 05-24-17
Good follow up to the first book
I listened to the first book by this author, Stop Caretaking the Borderline or Narcissist and it really helped me see what kinda of relationships I tend to get myself stuck in.
My best friend (since childhood) is very hurtful and narcissistic and it's been a struggle to force myself to step back and not "caretake" as the author has put it.
This book is empowering. It's nothing that isn't within common sense, but having someone who has a) gone through the same thing and b) treated multiple caretakers and narcissists just really provides a nice perspective and makes you feel like you can truly take her advice and things might work out.
I'm not 100% finished this book yet, but I already love it!
10 of 10 people found this review helpful