Victims of narcissistic abuse stories are all different and yet so similar. You have endured verbal abuse with lies, gaslighting, underhanded tricks and general confusion of the abuse. You have a terrible story and have good reason to hold onto the full-blown crazy story. I get it, but if you want to heal you need to learn a new skill to control the triggers and protect yourself. Every time you share the crazy drama with someone you risk getting triggered and causing the cycle of abuse to hold you stuck in that place and time. In this workshop, you will learn how to take control and CHANGE the story.
Having weak boundaries makes you great narc-bait. The key to learning boundaries is learning how to identify when you need to set a boundary, how to communicate a boundary and must find ways to be stronger so narcissists don’t continue to abuse you.
Creating a peer-led support group saved my life and I have been giving back for five years leading two groups in person here in Colorado. When I first learned about narcissistic abuse I joined a therapist-led support group, it cost $750 for an eight-week session and was not sustainable for me financially. It was powerful to remind me of the power of community, so I set out to create a support group.