Number 2: Commit to a healing and recovery process.
To begin with, break free for real and heal, this alone will be enough to not only inflict narcissistic injury by no longer being willing to play the game, or play to the narcissist ego, but it will also be the very thing that actually tortures the narcissist, why? Because the more committed you are to your own healing and recovery process, the less power and control the narcissist is going to have over you. The less susceptible to being manipulated, and exploited you are going to be, the less they are going to be able to get their sick kicks and dysfunctional needs met through you not least of which is their insatiable need for significance and admiration.
When you commit to a solid healing and recovery process, you’ll be busy, focused on, and preoccupied with your own healing and recovery process, so much so they won’t be able to use you as a source of narcissistic supply by deliberately baiting, targeting, triggering and harming you. As you heal, as you recover, as you stay focused on yourself and stay in your own lane, the more you absolutely take your power back and as a consequence, fully disempower the narcissist at least where you’re concerned, which is all that really matters. And this, my friends, is a beautiful thing.
Recommended Book: Healing from Hidden Abuse: A Journey Through the Stages of Recovery from Psychological Abuse.
Number 3: Live your best life.
The best and sweetest revenge there is moving on from narcissistic perpetrators and living your best, happiest, most peaceful, harmonious, productive, prosperous, and impactful life. I promise you, it doesn’t get any sweeter than that, I’m living proof. So by virtue of committing to a serious healing and recovery process, dropping the narcissist like the hot rock that they are, and reinventing yourself from the inside out, you will automatically upgrade not only yourself and your personal standards, but also your life and your lifestyle.
Now, this may not happen overnight, but if you’re committed it will happen and probably faster than you can imagine. Imagine if you were to get serious about changing your life for the better and really committing to the work, and the process of what you could actually accomplish over the course of the next year or two. If you’re committed, your life can be completely different and unrecognizable by this time next year, imagine. What would that look like for you? What would that feel like for you?
People often overestimate what they can accomplish in a week or a month, but then completely underestimate what they can accomplish in a year. If you want to torture the narcissist, get focused on creating your best life no matter what it takes or how long it takes, the time is going to pass anyway. Where do you want to be in a year, two, three, or five? Make it happen.
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