Narcissistic Mothers: How a Son Can Face the Narcissist Mother and Emotionally Immature Parents. A Guide for Healing and Recovery from Emoti (Paperback)
Are you a son with a narcissist mother and emotionally immature parents?
Do you want healing and recovery from emotional abuse.? If yes, then keep reading...
Men that grow up with a narcissistic mother have almost definitely suffered from emotional abuse. It is shown in just about every one of the narcissist's actions.
They will truly try to control you and make you feel as if you are nothing. Recovering from this and learning how to deal with it can be difficult but there are definitely ways that you can protect yourself from further emotional abuse.
Most people are very familiar with what physical abuse is as it's easy to see and it, unfortunately, runs rampant around the world. Emotional or mental abuse can be harder to pinpoint. It can happen at any point in our lives and is just as detrimental, if not more detrimental, then physical abuse.
Perhaps someone abused your trust to the point where your entire reality was flipped upside-down and inside out, leaving you with deep doubts and confusion that threaten your very perception of what's real and what's not.
You lost trust in yourself, others, and likely even the universe/god. The repetitive experience of fear, terror, deceit, betrayal, and loneliness has shaped your life in some major way after narcissistic abuse. It's normal that your trust has been wounded and the good news is that it can be recovered. After months or years of abuse, your sense of trust is deeply damaged.
You will be given a roadmap out of the suffering and struggle after narcissistic abuse in the chapters of this book that include:
- What is a narcissistic personality disorder?
- Types of narcissism
- Forms of narcissistic abuse
- Covert narcissistic mothers
- How to deal with a narcissistic mother?
- Effects of being raised by a narcissistic parent
- Implications of narcissistic abuse on the victims
- How to handle a narcissistic mother
- Healing and protecting yourself
- Steps to recovery
- Stop the cycle of narcissism
...And Much More
If the abusive patterns began in childhood, your whole nervous system was programmed to respond in certain ways to people and stimuli in the environment and this will continue unchecked into adulthood until you gain self-awareness around this issue and start transforming your life through the practice of self-care. It was not your fault; however, you can change it so you can end the suffering and create the life that you actually want.
A mother showing one face to the world and an entirely different face to her children causes confusion to the children who will likely grow up to attract similar types of abusive people. Their nervous system recognizes abusive behavior as familiar and normal and they could ultimately turn out to be abusers themselves.
You must be fully aware of what the entire spectrum of your abuse dynamic looks like, or at least be aware of the basic foundation of it all.
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