SELF-LOVE is the first step to breaking the silence around abuse, and the truth is that there is hope.
Healing from narcissistic abuse, domestic violence, psychological war, gaslighting, and being made to feel like discarded matter
Domestic abuse is not stuck in a specific gender, age range, religion, nationality, culture, country, skin color, or education (or the lack thereof). Narcissism is a mental disease that stops the person from being able to relate to another, feel for another, have empathy for another, and makes the person experiencing it a prey of themselves first, with terrible feelings of grandeur/amazingness interrupted by feelings of embarrassment/anger/outrage that goes off like a rocketship without warning. If you are dealing with someone who is a narcissist, create and manifest your way out of this/these relationships, as it will never get better.
I tried for 15 years with 2 different relationships, and nothing I tried worked for more than a couple of weeks before the next explosion.
Self-Love is the first step to breaking the silence around abuse, and the truth is that there is hope. The more we respect ourselves and learn how to love ourselves, the more likely we are to be able to build a healthy foundation in our relationship with ourselves and then with others.
“What do I do if I am being abused or my partner hurts me?” It's not always easy for someone who is experiencing abuse or violence in their relationship to know whether it's worth leaving or if it’s just a momentary hiccup in the relationship that will pass.
Sometimes the best thing to do is to talk it out with your partner, but if that doesn't work or if you feel unsafe, then start with these resources.
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233
If you need to talk to someone, you can also call your nurse on the back of your insurance card who is there 24/7 to listen to you, give you advice or direction, and tell you that you are not alone in your situation. And they are equipped to at least give you a direction.
It feels like we are isolated and alone, and nobody will ever believe us if we would come out with the truth of our situation, especially when it looks so good from the outside in. However, the truth is that there are so many people
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