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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.

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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.

Going No Contact with Toxic Family Members with actor Steve Blackwood

Join your host, Kim Saeed, as she discusses going No Contact with toxic family members with actor Steve Blackwood of Days of Our Lives.

Steve describes his history with dysfunctional parents and his decision to go no contact with his toxic family members, which was freeing and healing for him.

No one is immune from the effects of toxic home environments or traumatic childhoods…not even Hollywood actors. Learn what his experience was like and how he grew (including overcoming alcohol addiction), eventually making the decision to free himself from toxic family ties.

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How to Recognize Signs of Narcissistic Abuse in Relationships with Bernadette Logue

In this session with Bernadette Logue, (Transformation Life Coach focused on personal growth and positive living), we talk about how to recognize narcissistic abuse in relationships.

We cover:

* 8 signs of narcissistic behavior
* Warning behaviors/words that act as red flags so you can be aware as early as possible
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Sneaky Things Narcissists Do In Divorce with Attorney Rebecca Zung

SNEAKY THINGS NARCISSISTS DO IN DIVORCE//Are you divorcing a narcissist? If so, you need to be beware of the things narcissists do to try to take you down in divorce. Narcissists are master manipulators so divorcing them is the ultimate challenge. You need to be prepared for an all-out war. Rebecca Zung, a Top 1% attorney as recognized by U.S. News as a Best Lawyer in America, joins me as we discuss common sneaky tactics used by narcissists in divorce proceedings. She shares her secrets right here in this podcast. So if you want to know what tricks narcissists pull in divorce, what the stages are in divorcing a narcissist, and some strong strategies for divorcing a narcissist, listen in…

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Are We Gaslighting Ourselves About Narcissism? With Host Kim Saeed

Narcissism is part of the dark triad.

If you truly believe you’re dealing with a narcissist, then there are very specific things that cannot be changed about their personality or their ulterior motives.

Too many people are romanticizing the “hurt” part of the narcissist, labeling them as “vulnerable” or “self-aware”. The one thing that sets us apart from narcissists is that we have empathy. We care about whether we hurt others. Narcissists do not, regardless of whether they are so-called ‘vulnerable’ or ‘self-aware’.

It’s time we remember just how dangerous narcissists really are. Learn everything you need to know about whether we are gaslighting ourselves about narcissism in this episode.

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You’re Not Attracting Narcissists, But Maybe Narcissists Are Attracting You…

Do you keep hearing that you are attracting narcissists and until you “fix” yourself, you are destined to attract toxic people until the end of time?

Are you tired of the new age spiritual bunk that blames YOU for finding yourself in a toxic relationship?

Then this podcast is for you. The idea of “attracting narcissists” implies that abuse is your destiny. It’s not.

Learn why you are NOT attracting narcissists in an out-of-control fashion and what’s actually happening, instead, and how to break free.

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Join The Essential Break Free Bootcamp:

Grab your free email first-steps course and Beginner’s Healing Roadmap (includes worksheets for setting boundaries!)

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‘You Attract Narcssists’ and Other Rubbish with Kristin Sunanta Walker

Many coaches, healers, and gurus are sending the message that because you are wounded, you are destined to attract narcissists against your will. Join Kim and Kristin as they talk about why victim shaming is still a part of narcissistic abuse recovery and why that needs to change NOW!

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Are They 100 % Narcissist? with Kim Saeed

If you think you’re dealing with a narcissist, you might be hesitant to break free or leave because you’re just not sure whether they’re 100% narcissist.

In this episode, I make everything clear for you so you can make educated decisions about your relationship and begin your journey of getting over a narcissist.

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Can Narcissists Change Their Behavior? with Kim Saeed and Dr. Rhonda Freeman

Join your host, Kim Saeed, as she discusses the neuroscience of whether narcissists can change their behavior 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 truth behind what it really means when you find material stating that narcissists have the ability to change, as well as many other burning questions.

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