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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.

To take advantage of the discount for Dr. Freeman’s course on caring for the brain after abuse, visit this link:  https://neuroinstincts.com/ksaeed/

For information on using essential oils to elicit the relaxation response and release emotional trauma, click here:  Free Guide:  Essential Oils for Relaxation and Healing

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

Visit Dr. Freeman’s site for information and resources on healing the brain after narcissistic abuse:  https://neuroinstincts.com/

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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 https://letmereach.com/ 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.

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 LetMeReach.com 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. 

Join host Kim Saeed as she discusses love bombing and how it becomes the gateway “drug” for love addiction. Joining Kim is network founder, Kristin Sunanta Walker. Their discussion came from one of Kim’s incredible articles  https://letmereach.com/2017/06/10/love-bombing-gateway-drug-love-addiction/. They discuss ways to heal love addiction and some of the signs that you are being love bombed by a toxic person. 

Kim’s guest is the founder of Mental Health News Radio Network, a network of podcasters advocating for mental, emotional, physical, spiritual, and financial wellness.

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

At the request of our global listening audience we began our search for an attorney that would be willing to join Mental Health News Radio to discuss the topic of narcissism. Many of our listeners are attempting to divorce their narcissistic partner only to find themselves in a maze of legalese they do not understand and often working with an attorney that is not well-versed in cases of narcissistic abuse.

Robert Farzad practices marriage and family law in Orange County, California. He has published multiple blog articles on the topic of divorcing a narcissist. He’s graciously accepted our invitation to discuss the unique aspects involving these kinds of cases. Please join us in welcoming him on our show.

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Author Debra Sutton discusses her book Signs of Gay Husband: Identifying Closeted Gay Husband Behaviors with host Kim Saeed. The book can be purchased on Amazon. This book identifies closeted gay husband behaviors. The stories are based on real-life events dealing with anger, deception, and abuse.

Debra was unknowingly married to a gay man for 22 years. She writes short stories about her life experiences with her closeted gay ex-husband. The purpose of Signs of a Gay Husband is to help women who are in the same situation recognize gay husband behaviors. Women in these marriages are looking for answers, and trying to fix something that cannot be fixed. They have been made to feel like everything wrong in their marriage is their fault. Debra wants them to know they are not alone and there is help and support.

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.

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ChristineCanonville_primary_photo-v2 BOOK COVEROur most requested guest returns to discuss the term NO CONTACT in relation to Narcissistic Abuse. Author and therapist Christine Louis de Canonville is back to discuss No Contact and Low Contact with Cluster B personality types.

Christine’s shows are downloaded well into the thousands every month and she’s quickly become the go-to expert when it comes to educating anyone working in and with the field of behavioral health about the subject of narcissistic personality disorder. Before we air any show we take the temperature of our listeners to find out which questions come up repeatedly. Lately we’ve been inundated with requests around what it means to extricate yourself from a toxic relationship and how to do this safely (emotionally and physically). Sometimes it does involve some “trickery” on your part. Please enjoy our latest and, again, be prepared to take notes. Christine’s advice around this topic is invaluable.

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Join host Kim Saeed as she discusses the one thing that sets the Silent Treatment apart from No Contact – Intent.

There are very distinct, fundamental differences between the Silent Treatment and going No Contact.  One is used as a form of punishment and torture, while the other is a process of gaining freedom from abuse and manipulation.  In this episode, Kim dissects the differences between the two so you can stop struggling with guilt and get on with the very important task of healing yourself and your life.

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

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Join us for an hour with Kim Saeed of LetMeReach.com. Kim is doing some incredible work in the field of narcissistic abuse recovery. We are excited to spread the news and talk about how body image plays a role in being a target of narcissistic abuse, what being an empath means, and how to protect yourself from emotional predators.

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We’ve enjoyed reading the Kindle Best Seller, The Smart Girl’s Guide to Self-Care by author and advocate Shahida Arabi. Her social media presence and blogs are an informative tribute empowering women of all ages and stages of recovery. Join us for in-depth conversation about healing our addiction to narcissists.

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