Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Tips

Recovering from narcissistic abuse can be a difficult and complex process. Still, some tips can help make the journey easier:


Practice self-care: Narcissistic abuse takes a toll on your mental and physical health, so it's important to prioritize self-care. This might include getting enough sleep, eating a healthy diet, engaging in physical activity, and practicing relaxation techniques such as deep breathing or meditation.


Connect with others and be proactive: Isolation can make a recovery from trauma more difficult. It's essential to connect with others who have experienced similar struggles. Reading books and watching videos about the subject can provide you with clarity.


Celebrate small steps: Recovery from narcissistic abuse can be overwhelming, so taking small steps is essential. Set achievable goals for yourself and celebrate your progress along the way.


If needed, seek professional help: Trauma can be a complex issue, and working with a mental health professional or support group can be helpful in the recovery process. A therapist who knows about the subject can guide you as you process your emotions, develop coping skills, and work through any underlying issues contributing to your trauma.


Use grounding techniques: Grounding techniques can help you stay present and connected when triggered or overwhelmed. Some examples of grounding techniques include deep breathing, visualization, or focusing on your senses (such as feeling the texture of an object or the sensation of the sun on your skin).


Find creative outlets: Creative activities such as writing, painting, or music can help you process emotions and express yourself in a safe and healthy way.


Be patient and compassionate with yourself: Recovery from trauma is a process that takes time. It's vital to be patient with yourself and to practice self-compassion as you navigate the journey.


Remember, recovery from narcissistic abuse is possible. Learning about the subject and practicing self-care as you navigate the process is paramount.

Are negative emotions holding you back?

If you grew up with a narcissistic parent, you probably have built-up anger. This 10-minute guided meditation will help you redirect your emotions. A 5-minute version of this meditation for a quick "take my power back" moment is also included. 


By practicing this meditation regularly or right after the need arises, you'll feel a sense of peace and clarity and be able to address emotional triggers with a renewed sense of calm and resilience. Say goodbye to negativity and hello to a more positive, fulfilling life with our mindfulness meditation on releasing emotions. Try it today!