How to Leave A Narcissist! — by Dr. Anne Brown | Backbone Power

Stop Asking why they keep doing it and start asking why you keep allowing it.

Charles J. Orlando

Today we are going to address leaving a narcissist emotionally and physically. Many people feel they cannot leave physically because of logistical concerns (e.g. money, no support system, housing, etc.), so leaving emotionally becomes vitally important. Knowledge is the best weapon you have in this scenario.

The Components of Emotional Abuse

  1. Lying
  2. Blaming
  3. Criticism/devaluing
  4. Gaslighting/circular conversations

1: Lying

The way you language the event (describing the person’s behavior in facts), then writing it all down, the reading and rereading, will help you not question yourself. I personally hope, if you need a page called Lies I have been Told, you will leave the relationship immediately. Remember in a new relationship with a Narcissist he/she will charm you while making fake promises to pull you in so notice this and act accordingly.

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