Perspective On Personal Problems After Narcissistic Abuse


Cynthia Bailey-Rug

When you have been subjected to abuse at the hands of a narcissist, whether that person was a parent or romantic partner, obviously it does a lot of damage. Most everyone knows about the depression, anxiety, C-PTSD, low or non existent self esteem, inability to make decisions & difficulty trusting other people. One thing that is almost never mentioned though is how greatly your perspective about your problems is damaged.

What I mean is this. I mentioned a problem in passing to a friend recently & didn’t really think anything of it. Her reaction was shock that this had happened. I had offered no clues anything was wrong, let alone I was going through something so difficult.

Later I thought about this & realized I’m pretty messed up!!  First, the problem was serious & I didn’t take it as seriously as I should have.  I brushed off my feelings about…

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