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Dating & Relationships After Narcissistic Abuse with Sarah Ramsey


In this episode, Toxic Relationship Specialist and host of the podcast ‘Toxic Person Proof’, interviews Kim Saeed as they talk about relationships and dating after narcissistic abuse.

Learn the most common struggles experienced by narcissistic abuse survivors, the two schools of thought after leaving a toxic relationship, what NOT to do during your first dates with a new potential partner, and other ways to become Toxic Person Proof.

Find Sarah’s podcast, Toxic Person Proof, on Apple Podcasts here:

Find her newly released book, Becoming Toxic Person Proof, here:

Other Ways to Break Free From Narcissistic Abuse

Whether you’re just discovering you are dealing with narcissistic abuse or are trying to heal from a narcissistic relationship, here are some helpful tips and resources:

1 – The Beginner’s Healing Toolkit is a free resource that includes everything you need to get started on healing your life after narcissistic abuse:

2 – The Essential Break Free Bootcamp – Explore techniques derived from behavioral therapy (vetted by the psychological and neuro-psychological communities) to finally heal your life:

3 – The THRIVE program – Rediscover your lost self after narcissistic abuse (and prepare yourself for true love):

The Bottom Line

Everyone has the innate capacity to heal themselves. But, you will likely need external support to heal the traumas that get in the way of your ability to tune into this gift.?Helpful tools and resources can assist you in developing effective ways to break free from narcissistic abuse.

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