Life After Emotional Abuse – Celebrating Being Single On Valentine’s Day!

Life After Emotional Abuse - Celebrating Being Single On Valentine's Day!

I’m celebrating being free this Valentine’s Day! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

 

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I’m free.
I’m getting back to me again.

I can feel the darkness leaving and the light come in and it feels good. GREAT! AAMAZZZINGGGGG!

Little did I know last Valentine’s Day that I was getting involved with a narcissist and that I would end up being in an emotionally abusive relationship.

Dysfunctional people will bring you down and could even destroy your life; things got so dark and destructive for me that I almost lost my usually strong connection with myself.

I would never have believed something like that could have happened to me; such is the deceit, lies and false projection of a covert narcissist. That’s why I want to continue to talk about my experience and recovery.

Do not ignore your intuition.
Do not ignore the red flags.
Do not ignore the first ‘little’ lie.

I totally mis-diagnosed myself last year. I thought I was so distraught because of heartbreak (yet I’d had heartache before and recovered well enough), but it was actually trauma; which helps to make sense of the madness and confusion that I experienced.

And whilst I’m not closing the door on love, I’m MORE than happy to be single on Valentine’s Day and every Valentine’s Day hereafter, rather than spending a SECOND in the wrong company ever again.

I value freedom and alignment so much, it’s like the universe sent this person into my life to test me to see if I value these things as much as I say I do. I hope I passed that test!

Feel free to celebrate being single with me on Friday!! It’s a blessing and something worthy of celebration. 🍾🍾🥂🥂

Being in a relationship with someone who has a narcissistic personality disorder is SO confusing. Your emotions get scrambled and your brain constantly tried to figure out what the hell is going on.

You may be wondering how long it takes to recover and heal after narcissist abuse? Of course, everyone’s journey is different, and I only go by my experience, but yes you CAN recover.  You must give yourself the chance and be kind to yourself during the recovery period.

There are many different stages to emotional abuse recovery and it will take time to work through those stages. I’m here to tell you that recovery is possible; I doubted I would ever find myself again, but I have. And so can you. So join me today on my emotional abuse story time and how I’m embracing being single on Valentine’s day!

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