Narcissistic abuse is a very serious matter, which has a devastating impact on the emotional and psychological health of the victims.
1 in 200 People in the United States have Narcissistic personality disorder. 
Relationships are always welcome and sought after. Who does not want a good relationship that is built on trust, love and respect for one another? In your quest to find a perfect partner you could land up with a narcissistic personality and that could really ruin your life and relationship. If you are in a toxic relationship or you’ve recently ended a toxic relationship with someone with narcissistic traits, you’re likely dealing with plenty of negative emotions and state of distress such as shock, pain, guilt, low self-esteem, anger, confusion, loneliness. Negative self-beliefs, long term feelings of loneliness and social isolation can eventually lead to anxiety and depression.
Someone Out There Cares About You!
Overcoming Narcissistic AbuseTwo important things to keep in mind:
Work on increasing your social support. There are ways to alleviate loneliness by developing better social skills and this could help you overcome self-disgust.
- 1. The abuse is not your fault
- 2. It’s never too late to heal
How Vigyaa Anonymous HelpsVigyaa anonymous is a perfect platform to support your healing journey and reclaim your inner harmony. It is a safe, secure, and free platform where you can share your experience anonymously. Vigyaa Anonymous can help you by providing
We welcome all the survivors of narcissistic abuse to share their true stories being completely anonymous. You don’t even need to register/ login. By sharing your stories you will not only find strength and healing but your insight and inspiration may help others to recover from abuse after a toxic relationship with a Narcissist. Start your journey towards healing now.Read real stories of struggle, hope and recovery. Stories that will make you believe that you are not alone and transform your thought from “Why only me?” to “It’s not only me and I will be healed”
- 1. an opportunity to break your silence about the abuse you experienced
- 2. a safe place to connect with other survivors who can validate the pain you experience, share similar experiences, and coping strategies
- 3. a social support network, with a compassionate community of helpful members to encourage each other to break free from the cycle of narcissistic abuse and addiction, and return to a life full of joy, happiness, freedom and abundance