Learn Boundaries After Narcissistic Abuse
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When you create boundaries, you empower yourself with self-respect and this self-love is going to lead you to healthy people and healthy relationships.
If you find yourself sacrificing plans, abandoning dreams and giving away your most assets… your heart and your time, there may be proof and evidence that you might not have strong and consistent boundaries.
When I say strong and consistent boundaries I am not saying you don’t have boundaries of any type, but when dealing with someone with a personality disorder like NPD, borderline, sociopath the things are different and they will take your boundary wrap it in kindness at first, tricking you that they will respect your boundary, but soon after they break that promise and everything you ask for causes a narcissistic injury and suddenly you are the bad guy. We can ask for, demand if needed and enforce boundaries/rules to people that want to be in our lives.
Boundaries are the rule book for people to be in your life.
In this course you are going to learn the skills to understand what are healthy and unhealthy boundaries. You will learn to identify when you need set boundaries, and how to best communicate your boundaries, and how to enforce a consequence if someone violates your boundaries.
I have given
this course to hundreds of people in my support groups and no matter
our age, gender or sex if we were a victim of narcissistic abuse we were
chosen because we have no boundaries and we were an easy mark.
Narcissistic people search for a target that has little or no boundaries, they test you at first and slowly start to control you. If you do know about boundaries you will never be attractive to a narcissist. That is why i am starting my video lessons series with this boundary course to teach you how to stop being narcbait!
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.