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Based on your score, it seems that you are at the very beginning stages of your journey of “Recognition and Recovery”. We also call this the “Betrayal & Hurt” stage and you may be still very much be in the grip of the abuser. This is the hardest stage because you may be experiencing confusion, hurt, anger or sadness. Many survivors describe sleepless nights, anxiety, fear of the future, concern for your children and your financial future – we understand. You need to understand what a narcissist is, why you, and you have to heal. Is it scary? Yes. Is it easy? No.


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Maybe at this point you’re not sure if the person in your life is a narcissist. If not, we can help you figure it out. Our tools were created by survivors, life coaches and experts and they will help you see patterns and get the answers YOU NEED RIGHT NOW.


1000's of resources by state that offer free counseling, we also have our favorite book choices for you based on who your narcissist is (relationship, family, divorcing...), we have listed the meetups (support groups) available to survivors by state and so much more. START HERE


Download our FREE Red Flag checklist and see if you might have missed some of these. Our team has broken the red flags down by 'how they act', 'patterns to watch for', 'personality traits' and 'what happened'. Use our checklist of over 100 red flags to see things most victims were blind to at first.


When we experience trauma PTSD or CPTSD symptoms can occur and these if left untreated and addressed will trigger depression and anxiety. Are you hyper vigilant, experiencing fear, replaying an event(s). ptsd-checklist here and tell your doctor your concerns.

If you recognize yourself or your partner in the descriptions, then the most important thing to consider is your well-being and that of your children. You need to acknowledge and name the abuse and begin to move toward getting out of the situation.

If you and/or children are being physically abused or violated in any way, pack whatever you most urgently need and leave right away. If you and/or your children are in imminent danger of physical violence or abuse, do the same. You can contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline for help in locating shelters and other resources in your area.

Phone: 800-799-SAFE (7233)
Online: http://www.thehotline.org/

If you’re not being abused or in danger, then you need to educate yourself so that you can understand what you’re dealing with and how you can begin to move through the process of separation and recovery.

PS Think you’re further along? Maybe you’re ready to:

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