End the Pain, Grief and Despair of Narcissistic Abuse.
You are trapped in an unhealthy marriage or relationship, and you want to break free.
If you are in an emotionally abusive relationship and lack any financial resources for professional help, read from the Internet and from your local library as much as you can about the dynamics of abusive relationships.
And in your moment of emergency, reach out to your local community charity agencies that support battered women.
Use google translation to translate information that resonates with you into your language.
All of my knowledge about the dynamics of domestic abuse and healing abuse doesn’t come from the hundreds of books I have read or from the people I have helped. It also comes from the fact that I, too, lived the nightmare of domestic violence.
Safety planning for abused women.
Whether you’re ready to leave your abuser, there are steps you can take to protect yourself. These safety tips may, might the difference between being severely injured or killed and escaping with your life.
Identify safe areas of the house. Know where to go if your abuser attacks or an argument starts. Avoid small, enclosed spaces without exits (such as closets or bathrooms) or rooms with weapons (such as the kitchen). If possible, head for a room with a phone and an outside door or window.
Know your abuser’s red flags. Stay alert for signs and clues that your abuser is getting upset and may explode in anger or violence. Come up with several plausible reasons you can use to leave the house (both during the day and at night) if you sense trouble brewing.
Come up with a code word. Establish a word, phrase, or signal you can use to let your children, friends, neighbors, or co-workers know that you’re in danger, and they should call the police.
Make an escape plan.
Be ready to leave at a moment’s notice. Keep the car fueled up and facing the driveway exit, with the driver’s door unlocked. Hide a spare car key where you can get to it quickly. Have emergency cash, clothing, and essential phone numbers and documents stashed in a safe place (at a friend’s house, for example).
Practice escaping quickly and safely. Rehearse your escape plan, so you know correctly what to do if under attack from your abuser. If you have children, make sure they practice the escape plan also.
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As well as a private Facebook group so you can connect with me, my team and the other Thrive members as we go on this 10-week journey toward incredible healing and Thriving together!
Click here to learn all about Thrive and find out how you can register
We have been working soooooooo hard (as we love to do for you!) over the last few months putting all of this together and we’re so incredibly excited to share Thrive with you.
We have packed an enormous amount of value in this program and put it together in a way that will make this 10-week experience unbelievable…
You will shift the “unshiftable” …
Release the “unforgivable”, “unliveable” and “unsustainable”.
And leave your breakdowns behind in the dust to access your new and true REAL YOU breakthroughs!
I know you won’t recognise yourself once you’ve completed the Thrive Membership Program.
Whether you are currently at 2 out of 10, 6 out of 10 or even 9 out of 10 in achieving your Thriver Status in your healing journey, me and my wonderful team will support you, encourage and inspire you, and keep you on track to surge ahead as you progress through the workshops and healing exercises in this program.
I am a really strong believer in the power of group energy healing, and if you have participated in a workshop with me when we have hundreds of people all clearing out our dense trauma at the same time, you will know that the power and relief felt during these experiences is truly indescribable.
So what can you expect to get out of Thrive?
We designed the Thrive Membership Program to focus on the 6 key areas that we see universally result in successful recoveries.
Meaning when you learn how to do these things you become a Thriver!
So what are they?
#1 Freedom From Trauma: Release the residual trauma from the narcissistic relationship, including missing the narcissist or anything that is keeping you stuck and not moving forward.
#2 Healing Abuse Symptoms: Overcome abuse symptoms such as PTSD, fibromyalgia, agoraphobia, depression, etc. with targeted healing directly on your subconscious programs.
# 3 Become Narcissist Proof: Achieve a state where narcissists are no longer your reality – meaning you are repelled and impervious to them rather than susceptible to them.
#4 Attract Supporting & Loving Souls: Develop your relationship code so that you become a magnet for supportive, conscious and caring people – a far cry from narcissists!
#5 Become A Boundary Boss: Learn how to make boundary setting an integral part of your life – people will be asking you for tips on boundary setting!
#6 Smashing Self-Sabotage: Establish your Thriver Life and learn how to let go of unhealthy habits like junk food, smoking, drinking, procrastination and other self-avoiding and self-sabotaging habits or patterns much more easily.
Can you feel the evolution you will experience over 10-weeks if you decide to join Thrive?
I hope you feel it, as much as I know that it’s going to be amazing. 🙂
Click here to register my spot for Thrive.
The Thrive Membership Program kicks off on May 1st and finishes on June 10th. In case you miss anything you will receive all your recordings, exercises, and workshop material in your member’s area, so it’s ok if you can’t make every single workshop.
We are capping the group numbers to ensure the group size is right for this format. So please, check out Thrive, and if you feel drawn to be a part of this program sign up soon to avoid missing out.
I can’t wait to join you in these sessions! It’s my favourite thing to do. 😁