Walking Across Minefields – Narcissistic Abuse

Walking Across Minefields - Narcissistic Abuse

Walking across minefields every day is not worth the danger when the only thing we are fighting for is another sparse moment of peace with the Narcissist. No outer gear of protection will keep us safe from the Narcissist’s attacks because their favored weapons cause us injury from the inside-out (our minds, spirits, and identities).

This is a warfare that we will, more often than not, become captives and unable to flee without the help of our Lord, Jesus Christ. I know this as truth because He enabled my escape from the enemy.

After the long battle, it left me with Complex-PTSD. This aspect of the war was not an insufficiency of God, but it was a means for me to seek professional intervention and learn why I became entangled in such a battle. The answer aided the likelihood of never fighting another war of this nature, again.

If we walk across minefields in enemy territory, let us remind ourselves that no such struggle is worth our mental and/or spiritual life.

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Proverbs 4:15

Avoid it, do not pass by it;
Turn away from it and pass on.
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20 Comments

  1. It absolutely is worth the struggle, no matter how tiring it is. I’m sorry you have to suffer the after-effects of PTSD like you do. I guess it’s like a battle wound though – you endured, you conquered, you lived the tell the tale & help others. xxxxx

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  2. Are those mines, Narcissist? What, exactly, are you doing?

    “Nothing.”

    “None of your business.”

    “You’re seeing things again.”

    “I’m not here…”

    Finally, Narcissist, you got something right! You’re not here. See ya (though I hope not). Have a nice life, though your present configuration kinda makes that impossible.

    And three cheers to you, Tamara, for vaulting yourself free of the danger zone. Maybe some shrapnel flew in your direction as you escaped, but it caught you on the way out, and now you recover in the safety and company of others. Looking back on those wounds now, and on the situation that inflicted them…once.

    Feeling much better now, you’re itching to tell the world what you learned.

    We’re listening.

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