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Do you suspect that you are suffering emotional abuse from someone who has narcissistic personality disorder?
Randi Fine is a dedicated pioneer in the narcissistic abuse movement and a narcissistic personality disorder abuse expert. She is a podcast host, author, and coach living in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Randi is the author of the groundbreaking book, Close Encounters of the Worst Kind: The Narcissistic Abuse Survivors Guide to Healing and Recovery and the riveting Cliffedge Road: A Memoir. As a coach, Randi specializes in (but is not limited to) helping others work through issues relating to relationship codependency, narcissistic personality disorder abuse, emotional boundaries, letting go of the past, and letting go of unhealthy guilt.
Her blog is read in 180 countries around the globe. She hosts the acclaimed wellness focused Blog Talk podcast, A Fine Time for Healing: A Sanctuary for Your Emotional Well-being where she interviews the top people in their fields, discussing self-help and spiritual life-skill topics that heal and enhance the life experiences of others.
Join Randi and Dr. Michelle as they discuss:
- Her experience growing up with a mother who has a narcissistic personality disorder.
- Why many people who have been abused by a narcissist don’t even know that they’ve been harmed.
- Signs that you are in a relationship with someone who has a narcissistic personality disorder.
- Why we’re seeing more and more people experiencing narcissistic abuse.
- The differences between narcissism and having a narcissistic personality disorder.
- What steps she takes to help people understand, get away, and heal from narcissistic abuse.
Signs that you are in a narcissistic abusive relationship:
- You feel confused and aren’t sure that what you’re experiencing is actually real.
- Feel like you can never live up to the narcissist’s expectations.
- You’ve noticed that it seems like the other person is trying to brainwash you.
- You are in conflict with what is happening and what your rational mind is telling you.
- They rage against you inside or outside if you criticize what they are saying to you.
How to get out of a narcissistic abusive relationship:
- Get curious about it if you suspect you are in one.
- Do research about signs that you may be in one right now.
- Distance yourself from the other person to be able to see clearly what is going on.
- Look for support to help you through your abuse experiences, let go, and forgive.
FREE GIFT From Randi: Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a home workshop titled, Identifying Your Emotional Pain.
In order to heal it, you’ve got to reveal it.
- Randi Fine
- Narcissistic Personality Disorder Abuse Expert & Coach
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Mentioned In This Episode
- Randi Fine
- Close Encounters of the Worst Kind: The Narcissistic Abuse Survivors Guide to Healing and Recovery
- Cliffedge Road: A Memoir
- A Fine Time for Healing: A Sanctuary for Your Emotional Well-being
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