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Join your host, Kim Saeed, as she discusses the neuroscience of narcissistic abuse and recovery with Dr. Rhonda Freeman.  Dr. Freeman is a Clinical Neuropsychologist licensed in Florida since 2000. Dr. Freeman earned her PhD in psychology, specializing in neuropsychology, from Drexel University.

In this episode of Heal, Grow, Evolve, Kim and Dr. Freeman discuss the effects of narcissistic abuse on the brain, whether you can heal while still in a toxic relationship, why it’s so important to exit toxic situations when children are involved…and many other dynamics related to the neuroscience of narcissistic abuse recovery.

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Visit Kim’s blog at to learn more about narcissistic abuse and recovery, as well as to gain access to free downloads, checklists, and healing resources.

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You’ve finally made it out of the dark night of narcissistic abuse.  You’ve learned the best strategies for maintaining No Contact and healing…then, you learn that someone you care about is experiencing narcissistic abuse themselves.

How do you help them?  Join host Kim Saeed as she and Kristin Walker discuss the best ways to help someone you care about to navigate the rocky terrain of emotional and narcissistic abuse.

Kristin is on the board of several organizations within Behavioral Health, as well as the host of  Mental Health News Radio.  She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health.

Visit Kim’s blog at to learn more about narcissistic abuse and recovery, as well as to gain access to free downloads, checklists, and healing resources.

Want to be a guest on the Heal, Grow, Evolve podcast?  Click here to ask a question.  

Ready to start your journey of healing after narcissistic abuse?  Grab your Beginner’s Healing & Empowerment kit here.

Be sure to read more about the INFJ in my articles here: 

Why INFJ Empaths Fall Prey To Narcissists:  

What It’s Like Being An INFJ, In Other Words, A Living Paradox:

6 Things You Need To Know If You’re Dating An INFJ:

5 Ways To Stay Strong As An INFJ Empath:

Are you being gaslighted?Read Gaslighting Explained here.



Check out my articles on empaths and children of narcissists:

7 Things People Don’t Realize You’re Doing Because You’re The Child Of A Narcissistic Parent:

The Dark Side Of Being An Empath:

Why INFJ Empaths Fall Prey To Narcissists:

Pete Walker’s Human Bill of Rights:

Social anxiety, empath or avoidant personality disorder? Find out here: What Avoidant Personality DIsorder Really Is.





In your dealings with a personality-disordered individual, you’ve learned that this person lies, blames and exaggerates. In court, despite swearing an oath to tell the truth, he or she will continue to lie, blame and exaggerate.

How do you protect yourself? How do you make your case?

Join host Kim Saeed as she discusses how to prepare for court against the narcissist, especially if you share children.   Joining Kim is attorney, Megan Lyons.  Megan, a lawyer from Florida, offers her expertise in navigating a court proceeding when the opposing party is a narcissist.

Need representation in Florida?  Contact Megan’s office at:  941-260-6444

Visit Kim’s blog at to learn more about narcissistic abuse and recovery, as well as to gain access to free downloads, checklists, and healing resources. 

Check out The Essential Break Free Bootcamp for additional ways to empower yourself against narcissistic abuse, break free from toxic relationships, and begin your healing journey. 

Female malignant narcissists are especially dangerous because they can fly under the radar more easily.

The 4 traits discussed: Intro (0:00-05:50) 

1. A sadistic sense of pleasure at someone else’s pain (05:50 – 09:08) and relational aggression towards other females (10:01 – 17:17) 2. An insatiable sense of competitiveness, due to pathological envy and the need to be the center of attention. (09:08 – 17:17) 3. An obsession with her appearance as well as a high level of materialism and superficiality; this could also translate into a haughty sense of intellectual superiority if the narcissist in question is more cerebral than somatic. (17:17 – 22:01)  4. A blatant disregard for the boundaries of intimate relationships, including her own. (22:01 – 24:00) Closing comments: Tips on how to deal with narcissists, how to heal and how to rise above. (24:00 – 35:48)

*This discussion of female narcissists was first featured in my article on Psych Central here.

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Randi Fine is a narcissistic abuse survivor who has become a dedicated pioneer in the NPD abuse awareness movement. She is a professional narcissistic abuse counselor to clients worldwide, the host of the highly acclaimed podcast, A Fine Time for Healing, and the co-owner of a successful business

Randi is the author of highly acclaimed book, Close Encounters of the Worst Kind: A Narcissistic Abuse Survivors Guide to Healing and Recovery. Close Encounters is a comprehensive, compassionate and supportive guide to understanding the unique and complex nature of narcissistic abuse and the emotionally crippling syndrome that results from it. This groundbreaking book gives narcissistic abuse survivors the most complete and trustworthy road map to guide them through the healing process, into recovery, and ultimately to the freedom and happiness they deserve. Written in a non-labeling, non-judgmental style, survivors will find this book highly educating and empowering.

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Thanks to Bree Bonchay, LCSW for calling June 1st the date of World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day. It was important for our host, Kristin Walker, to interview the friends that brought this awareness to Mental Health News Radio: Andrea Schneider and Christine Louis de Canonville (also Michele Mallon who could not join us for this interview). We’ve shared this walk for many years before we knew each other and then together the past 4 years. A whole lot of healing has gone on for each of us and for listeners of our shows.

Please visit Christine’s website here for more information about her and her work.

Please visit Andrea’s website here for more information about her and her work.

Join us as we talk about what this day means for us, our friendship, and the thousands of people that have reached out for help upon finding our writing, hearing a podcast, being a part of a training session, or bumping into us on the street!

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