Thank you for visiting our website we hope you found value and nurturing help. We understand it’s hard to learn about someone that has most likely hurt you or someone you love. Let’s see if we can point you in the right direction.

Our resource page has recommended books sorted by categories

  • learning about the narcissist – red flags, patterns, behaviors
  • learning about you – what are your vulnerabilities? people pleaser, codependency – these help you figure out ‘the why me?’
  • Co-parenting with a narcissist
  • Child of a narcissist – you need to finally understand the patterns of your childhood that play a part in your self-love

If you are looking for free support we have gathered over 1000 resources arranged by state to find free counseling, legal services, housing

Meetup support groups are usually run by advocates, people just like you, victim survivors. They are usually free and it’s easy to check your state and meet people so you don’t feel alone. I personally lead two Narcissist recovery groups here in Colorado.

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It has taken you a long time to decide you NEED to get away and we understand. It’s scary and uncertain and uncertainly causes fear, which causes anxeity and we lose our ability to think completely clear. Leaving a narcissist is harder than you know because they are going to pull every trick to hurt you. Your BEST defense is to get expert advice and make a plan. You know the saying ‘without a plan, plan to fail’, you cannot afford to do this without some help.

Leaving is the first step to freedom. It probably doesn’t feel like that right now, we understand and we have been where you are and we would like to support this transition with you. Our team of survivors has built a “leaving plan” that helps you make sure you do this right. There are so many things to remember and we know that right now your head might be confused – Is this the right choice? – How will I survive? – How will my children be during this transition? – How do I remember everything I need to know to get out safely?

Our leaving plan teaches you financial strategy ideas – we teach you how to protect yourself – internet safety – learn how to engage trusted friends – a 28 page workbook that will help you plan your successful exit.


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Are you the one seeking answers, validation, and peace. You are not alone and I want to help you get to the next stage of this recovery.

Learning you have been the victim of a narcissist can shatter everything you hold dear, your sense of security and the truths you believed are probably in a tailspin. Our minds begin to play tricks on us and we learn our lives were a lie and we start to question everything.

How are you doing? Are you walking around in a fog, mixed with a mixture of anger, fear, and depression? Because our minds go into fight, flight or freeze, physical symptoms start to manifest, and you may be in CPTSD.

Our friends and family members just don’t know how to help us anymore and you might feel all alone. There are some great therapists out there, but they generally have a limited knowledge of narcissistic abuse, the lies, the completely horrific way they are smearing your name. How do you move on? Click the button below to learn more about Tracy Malone’s one-on-one-coaching sessions.

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You Can Experience Freedom of the Mind and Heart

Consider the following questions:
Do you ever make negative judgments about yourself or others?
Are you holding onto any regret, remorse, sorrow, guilt or shame about the past?
Do you carry any anger, resentment, blame or indignation toward yourself or anyone else?
Do you lack self-confidence or habitually put the wants, needs, and desires of others ahead of your own well-being?
Do you have any areas in your life that aren’t working as you want, no matter how you try to improve them?

If the answer is yes to any of these – even in the smallest degree – then you have something to forgive.

Imagine being free of the old embarrassment, shame, and guilt that used to constantly lurk below the surface, so you can share and laugh with friends, family members and colleagues with extreme clarity and confidence.

Imagine being able to speak your truth, say “no” and mean it, set and hold good boundaries and feel peace and love for yourself, and power moving forward in your life.

Cliff Edwards author of ‘The Forgiveness Handbook’ has created a course for us that will put the icing on the recovery cake.

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