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Reclaiming Your Power – Healing From Narcissistic Abuse With Rapid Transformational Therapy

Written by: Brooke Kekos, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.

 
Executive Contributor Brooke Kekos

Narcissistic abuse can leave deep emotional scars that impact various aspects of our lives. In this blog post, we delve into how Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) can be a powerful and effective approach for healing from the effects of narcissistic abuse. By understanding the principles of RTT and its tailored techniques, individuals can find a path to reclaim their self-worth, heal from trauma, and build a brighter future.


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Emotional effects of narcissistic abuse


Survivors of narcissistic abuse often experience a range of intense and complex emotions. They may feel a profound sense of worthlessness, insecurity, and self-doubt due to constant criticism and invalidation. The emotional roller coaster created by the abuser's unpredictable behavior can lead to anxiety, depression, and even symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Survivors may struggle with maintaining a positive self-image and may find it challenging to trust others in future relationships.


Psychological impact of narcissistic Abuse


Narcissistic abuse can deeply affect a survivor's psychological well-being. Gaslighting, a common tactic used by narcissists, can cause the victim to question their own reality, memory, and sanity. This manipulation can lead to cognitive dissonance, where the survivor may simultaneously hold contradictory beliefs about themselves and their experiences. Over time, these psychological effects can erode a person's self-confidence and self-identity.


Relational consequences


Narcissistic abuse doesn't remain confined to the individual survivor—it often extends to their relationships with others. The survivor's self-esteem may become so diminished that they struggle to set healthy boundaries or advocate for themselves. As a result, they might endure further mistreatment in various areas of their life, such as friendships, work, or family dynamics. The trauma from narcissistic abuse can hinder the survivor's ability to form and maintain healthy connections, as trust and vulnerability become significant challenges.


Importance of addressing root causes for lasting healing


Addressing the root causes of trauma is essential for achieving lasting healing from narcissistic abuse. While addressing the surface-level symptoms and effects of abuse is important, delving deeper into the underlying factors that contribute to the survivor's pain is crucial. Therapy and healing modalities, such as Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT), aim to uncover and reframe the subconscious beliefs that were instilled by the abusive experience. By addressing these core beliefs and the traumatic memories associated with them, survivors can experience profound shifts in their perception of self, their relationships, and their overall well-being.


Failing to address the root causes of trauma can lead to persistent emotional distress and a cycle of re-triggering, where survivors continue to experience symptoms and struggles long after the abusive relationship has ended. By engaging in therapeutic approaches that target the core beliefs and trauma, individuals can truly liberate themselves from the pervasive impact of narcissistic abuse and embark on a journey of profound healing and transformation.


I had the remaining effects of suffering this form of abuse for years, and it left very large wounds that needed to be healed. I began traditional talk therapy, and while this did help me gain some awareness over WHY I was behaving the way I was, it did not lead me to change the patterns of behavior. When I was still stuck in the emotional flashbacks, (CPTSD) this is where my search for relief led me to Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT). I discovered that this is what helped me break through the blocks of my healing, and I began to see light at the end of the tunnel.


I changed career paths to learn this method so that I could relieve other's suffering. I was determined to tell the world about this transformation, and I wanted to be able to help others through my life experience and schooling. I personally believe that there is not just one method to our healing, I believe it takes multiple healing tools, and we have to be brave enough to start. Once you do, there will be no regrets because it will lead you to find your power again that had been taken away by others. You will find your true authentic self on the journey as well.


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Brooke Kekos, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

Brooke Kekos, is a Magnetic Mindset Coach, RTT Practitioner, and Clinical Hypnotherapist. A traumatic childhood raised in a controlling religious sect, and an abusive father led her to stay stuck in an abusive marriage for 17 years. Once she broke free she transformed her life and career to dedicate her life to helping others heal from their own trauma and suffering to raise their own states of higher consciousness. She is now CEO of Life Coaching Goddess, an international speaker, and soon to be an author of her own memoir.

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