5 Solutions! Narcissists
I thought that a real live prince had found me! I had no idea, whatsoever, that I had fallen in-love with a pulsating, pus-filled, wart-infested frog. I mean… ewww!
Due to the highly effective weapons that Narcissists utilize against their victims’ psyches, recovering from Narcissistic Abuse is more complex than a normal relationship breakup. After all, in normal relationships, our partners do not usually snack on live flies.
It sucks when we find out that the individual in whom we so trustingly gave our whole heart is actually an amphibian dressed in a dashing suit and silk tie. It is a devastating blow.
The fly-breath should have been the first Red Flag, but… well, he was supposed to have been my freakin’ Prince Charming, and everything.
Not only did this frog seriously bludgeon my heart, but my mental and emotional health had also been compromised by his severe manipulation, mind-games, brainwashing, and the lightening-quick speed in which he was constantly snatching up flies, from out of the air, with his tongue. (He did cleverly pretend to put every bit of attention onto me, but it was difficult to ignore his ongoing freak-show with the flies).
Consequently, due to my resulting heartbreak over this flashy amphibian, I decided to brainstorm and come up with some ideas to help with the healing of my heart. Thus, the 5 Healing Solutions were born (and they work, too!).
Keep heart well-hydrated:
Drink plenty of self-love, with continuous sips of positive self-talk, and affirmations, throughout the day, to raise self-esteem;
Keep heart well-nourished:
Choose a diet rich in the wholesome company of those, in whom, can be found sincerity, honesty, and integrity (remember: actions talk, not words);
Keep heart well-toned:
Exercise heart frequently, by serving others in joy, love, and compassion, while also being careful not to strain, or fracture the heart by allowing those who might be of an unscrupulous character, to misuse it;
Keep heart well-conditioned:
Do not allow the fear of another heartbreak to coerce the heart into the unhealthy stiffness of becoming hardened, withdrawn, or overly closed-up (just take precautions);
Keep heart beating:
Resume normal falling in-love activities only when heart is strong enough to develop endurance of personal boundaries, which will not be compromised (even for a ‘suit and silk tie’, or a ‘pretty smile’).
5 Solutions- Future Frogs
I am hopeful that these tips, will help others, as well!
1 Peter 5:7
Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you.