Ditto. It’s incredibly hurtful to be treated as though we did something to deserve the abuse. I’m not going to remain silent either. My abuser, Vincent Beggs has driven me to the brink of suicide, telling me to do it to put him out of his misery. He has taken my ability away to live a full and normal life, and has taken my children’s sense of safety. Meanwhile he goes on with his life with enablers who have done nothing but give him the fuel to be even more ruthless. 2 years later I am still struggling with the physical injuries I sustained. He should be in jail.

Pascale's Healing Journey

Do your little bit of good where you are, it’s those little bit of goods put together that overwhelm the world.Desmond Tutu

Narcissistic Abuse seems to be an ever-growing problem. Many people have fallen victim to the mind games of a narcissists and are struggling to rebuild their lives. Unfortunately, there isn’t much that can be done to bring the abusers to justice or get them to take responsibility for their acts. Narcissistic Abuse is not a criminal offence. It leaves no tangible evidence apart from deep psychological trauma and is therefore hard to prove.  Many narcissists are prosecuted for collateral offences such as assault, stalking, controlling or coercive behaviour, but never for the core of their abuse.

A culture of victim blaming surrounds Narcissistic Abuse. We brought it up on us. We are empaths, co-dependents, echoists and that is why we let ourselves be abused. Meanwhile, abusers continue…

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