Victims of narcissistic abuse stories are all different and yet so similar. You have endured verbal abuse with lies, gaslighting, underhanded tricks and general confusion of the abuse. You have a terrible story and have good reason to hold onto the full-blown crazy story. I get it, but if you want to heal you need to learn a new skill to control the triggers and protect yourself.
Every time you share the crazy drama with someone you risk getting triggered and causing the cycle of abuse to hold you stuck in that place and time. In this workshop, you will learn how to take control and CHANGE the story.
To be clear, you are not sweeping your story under the rug, you are not denying what happened, you will learn skills to extract the lesson and shorten the story, so it doesn’t throw you back into the pain cycle.
A story has the power to hold us in that story and live in that time as if it was today. The opportunity to create a new life (new chapter) is not possible because we busy reliving the pain and horror from the wound of abuse.
A WOUND STORY ATTRACTS NARCISSISTIC PEOPLE
If you are one of those unlucky survivors that keep repeating the patterns by being in relationships with narcissists you need to understand that your story’ is the magnet that drives them towards you. You aren’t picking them they are picking you and you gave them everything they need to abuse you again!
In this course you will learn
I am very proud of this workshop
I have been teaching and perfecting this workshop for many years and I finally am able to bring it into your living room. This skill is pretty simple once you understand the concept. It will free you from triggering yourself and all your friends and family. When you change the story you friends will have their friend back and you too will notice a change right away. Tracy A Malone
Tracy Malone is the founder of NarcissistAbuseSupport.com, a global resource for victims from more than 145 countries. In addition, she hosts two local support groups in Colorado and has created a Facebook support group with more than 5,000 members. She is a popular YouTuber on the subject as well; her channel has now reached more than 800,000 survivors. Tracy's work can also be found on her podcast, available on iTunes and other podcast sources. She loves making memes; her Pinterest ‘Narcissist abuse’ boards have seen more than two million monthly visitors.
Tracy is a surTHRIVER of a lifetime of the crazy making behaviors from narcissistic parents, sisters, aunt, ex-husband and boyfriend. She is passionate about sharing her empowering story of how she learned her own accountability, and turned her life around to help others do the same.
Today, passionate about raising awareness on the subject, she has taught, coached and interviewed thousands of victims to help bring their voices to all of her work.