“Forgive” a song/story about how it feels to be a victim of narcissistic abuse

This video is the most touching storytelling/music art I have ever seen. Add to that the story is so true it hurts, and its so close to home that hair on my arms stood up waiting for the next line. The story is the destructive ways narcissist and sociopaths harm us, victims.

It’s more than a song, its more than a story, it is OUR story. Set 30 minutes aside and think of it as a break that you are taking for yourself. I wish I could write like this, because I feel every word and I know you will too.

Tracy

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Please enjoy our latest piece called “Forgive”—a narrative dedicated to those trying to overcome the impact of a sociopath.
Music by Anderson Mitchell (“Playground,” “Shine” and “Carry Me”), story by Eric Valentine (“Jezebel”).

Published on Aug 27, 2015

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