Narcissist Recovery Blog

Valentine's Day Reminder

Valentine's Day provides a perfect opportunity for our ex-narcs to "hoover" and attempt to reel us back in. Therefore, I'd like to remind everyone why we cannot and should not fall for it.

Many of us don’t understand why we can’t stay away even after we learn how toxic the narcissist is to us. We must remember they have brainwashed us. Like a salesman, they keep us coming back with the lure, the promise and the hook.

Free Webinar - Surviving the Narcissist - The Path Forward

At times, I know it feels like the pain will never end, but believe me it will if you take the steps necessary to work through your feelings and find yourself again.  In my opinion, until you work the 6 Steps and dig deep within to heal, you will remain stuck in a state of pain, confusion, self-doubt and obsessive thinking.

I invite you to watch our free webinar:

Get Real - Honor Your Anger

I recently noticed a member post to our forum about the difficulty she is having getting angry. A friend of mine, currently going through a breakup with a raging narcissist, told me the same thing last week….that she’s having trouble getting mad and feels stuck in a state of overwhelming sadness.

The Six Steps I created on The Path Forward are not rocket science, but in my opinion, you must work each and every one of them in order to heal from a narcissist and that includes honoring your anger.

Pathological Narcissism on Display

President Trump’s latest Cabinet meeting might have been the most nauseating display of pathological narcissism the press has ever witnessed in the White House. Instead of letting the media leave after the requisite amount of photos were taken, Donald Trump insisted on commending his administration. Only to continue to say, they have helped him get more accomplished than any President since Franklin D. Roosevelt. This is not true, of course. It’s quite the opposite, actually.

Six Tips for Surviving the Narcissist at Work

Recent events have made it difficult to deny we now live in an America where unabashed narcissism is rewarded everywhere we look. From Donald Trump’s Twitter rants to Greg Gianforte’s assault on an innocent journalist, it seems people no longer believe the rules apply to them and it’s ok to be a bully.

Does it seem that narcissism has not only taken over the oval office, but is now beginning to dominate your own workplace? If so, you are not alone. Increasing rates of narcissism are forcing many to deal with the reality of the narcissist at work.

Today is World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day!

I am happy to share with you that I will be participating in this year’s 2nd Annual Healing from Narcissistic Abuse Virtual Summit in honor of World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day, which is today, Thursday, June 1st.

World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day (WNNAD) is celebrated on June 1st every year and is a growing global movement dedicated to raising the profile of narcissistic abuse. To learn more about WNAAD or to join the cause, please visit

Five Myths about the Narcissist at Work

While narcissism has become a sign of our times, it is often misunderstood. Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) is a disguise for a deep-seated sense of shame the person with NPD lives with, but often does not realize. The shame and insecurity they feel causes them to lash out at others and be overly controlling and abusive in their relationships. Learning about NPD and how it manifests itself in both personal and work relationships is an essential survival skill in today’s increasingly narcissistic world.

Unlock Your True Potential

Spring is a very symbolic and powerful time. It is a time of rebirth and renewal. A time to rise again. We lose ourselves in the narcissist. Whether you celebrate Easter, Passover or Bodhisattva, Spring is a time for us to tap into our innate potential and find ourselves again.

Finding yourself after being in a relationship with a narcissist is not easy, but absolutely necessary in order to heal. I believe we must tap into our spirituality in order to connect with ourselves again. I am a spiritual person, but not an overly religious person.