Hi everybody, welcome to my website! My name is Lori, and this website is devoted to narcissistic abuse awareness and recovery, parental alienation, complex post-traumatic stress disorder, and anything and everything associated with those three main topics.
Narcissistic abuse is a maladaptive form of emotional regulation used by one person to subjugate another. It is a kind of psycho-emotional abuse that is motivated by one person’s desire to dominate, control, manipulate, and exploit others to affirm their sense of superiority. It can take the form of verbal abuse, manipulation, intimidation. It can also lead to the loss of friends and loved ones for the victim-survivor through isolation. Narcissistic abuse can happen in any relationship, including intimate partnerships, friendships, and families.
In today’s article, we are talking about how the extremes of narcissistic abuse, parental alienation, and smear campaigns can change a person after living through this. Because it definitely changes a person, not necessarily in a bad way, but we will never be the person we were before this happened, and I am going to try and explain how we are different now than we were before.
So today, we are talking about how being subjected to long-term narcissistic abuse, parental alienation, and smear campaigns changes a person. As I mentioned, those of us who have lived through the extremes of this form of abuse will never be the same.
We have changed in the following ways:
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