Helping Victims Find the Light at the End of the Recovery Tunnel and become surTHRIVERS
I am the founder of this website and an educator and coach for healing after a narcissistic relationship. I started coaching victims that are going through a divorce with a narcissist, co-parenting, in a relationship, adult children of narcissists, co-workers, siblings, in-laws, friends, and people who have a narcissistic child (young or old), and many other types of abuse. Each person comes to me in a different stage, some need education, some need an ear to finally hear them. Others I hold their hand through the divorce process to help them keep their sanity. I validate people’s fears and teach them to find hope again and I teach them strategies for what to do next.
I have been blessed to go to court with my clients, and read their documentation for custody cases and I offered them valuable support and direction.
As you can see from this website I love sharing information, in fact, this is why I created it. After reading or listening to close to 250 books it gives me joy to direct my clients to the resources they need to move forward. I believe the key to healing is doing the work, and that includes reading books that target your wounds.
I help people divorce their spouses, or understand what is happening. Giving them direction to help them understand or what to expect next or why did their soon to be ex is doing that, or they just ask me ‘what does this mean?’. I give them guidance on dealing with their lawyers that saves them money. And we work on how to heal and trust again.
With adult children, I help them make decisions like to cut off their family and go no contact or learning skills to coexist. We usually deal with the guilt of walking away.
I help parents that must communicate with their narcissistic ex, learn how to communicate, and how to manage the triggers.
The coolest part of doing this work is the people I work with are the most wonderful kind people. When I picked up my camera to make my first video I said ‘If I help just one person with my crazy ass stories then this will all be worth it.’ Waking up in the morning and seeing an order from China, South Korea, Germany, New Zealand or France is very cool. Pretty soon I am going to need to get one of those big maps of the world and put pins in it for where I have coached people. I am humbled and honored to help people heal.
HOW DID I START THIS?
A traumatic series of life events─including being thoughtlessly discarded by my partner─ I was thrust into a personal downward spiral. As I sought the answer to, “Why me?”, I discovered that she had been a victim of narcissist abuse.
Like many, before that moment, I had no idea about the personality disorder known as narcissism. So I began to study it voraciously. Today, passionate about raising awareness on the subject, I am excited to share the empowering story of how I turned her life around in an effort to help others do the same.
I found out about narcissistic abuse because of an ex-boyfriend, that lead me to understand my horrific divorce, then I saw it was my mom, my siblings, my aunt, my in-laws, and some friends. I had to study each one of these topics as the onion of my life unfolded.
In addition, I am the founder of a Facebook group with more than 9000 members; my YouTube channel that has reached more than 1,400,000 survivors; and a Podcast & and I have a Pinterest Narcissist account that has seen more than two million monthly visitors. I lead two monthly local support groups in Colorado.
Look around at the website and you will see my knowledge, watch some of my videos and you will get to know me. If you are interested in coaching with me
Praise for Tracy Malone
“I reached out to Tracy at the lowest I had been, I felt lost and very much alone. Her information and strategies helped me find the courage to get out of my house, get back to work and start to understand self-love. With each session, I felt stronger. It felt good to be understood by someone who has come out the other side.” ~Karen
“I have been searching for a term for this. I thought my narcissistic mother was the only person who did this. Finally, validation.” ~Yasmin
“Thank you, Tracy, for helping me get through all this hell. As a man, it was not easy for me to admit being abused, but because of your deep understanding of the topic and your own personal experiences I realized I am not alone and I can get through this.” ~Peter