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Nest Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Center

Toxic Relationship

Have you been hurt by a narcissistic, toxic or abusive partner? 

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Maybe you suspect that your partner is a narcissist or sociopath. Or, maybe you just know that you feel miserable in your relationship and you're looking for answers. You don't have to be an expert who can diagnose your partner to know that something is deeply wrong.

You may have experienced one or more pathological love relationships, which means that your partner has characteristics of narcissistic personality disorder, antisocial personality disorder, psychopathy, or any aspects of these disorders, and because of this, you were harmed in the relationship (even if you never experienced physical abuse).  

If you feel like no matter what you try, you just can't seem to feel better, or finally leave the relationship.  You may find yourself constantly thinking about your partner, in both negative and positive ways.  And if you are currently in the relationship or recently left, you may be experiencing significant emotional, mental, and physical distress.  

Many factors can influence how narcissistic abuse has an impact on you, as well as the length of time that your recovery may take. Everyone is unique. Some factors that have an influence on your recovery may include (but are not limited to):

  • The length of time you were involved with the narcissist

  • Whether you experienced one traumatic event or years of chronic abuse

  • A history of past trauma, PTSD, or Complex PTSD

  • Having barriers or impossible situations that make it hard to leave the relationship (i.e., threat of harm, legal issues, financial dependence, sharing children, losing your job, being a minor and having a narcissistic parent, religious or cultural influences, etc.)

  • Other factors that keep you in survival mode and unable to focus on recovery

If you have experienced a pathological love relationship, it is highly likely that you have experienced TRAUMA, which requires a specialized healing approach that your typical coaches, YouTube experts, and even uninformed, inexperienced therapists may not be able to offer.  Keep reading to learn more...

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You are not alone, and you are not crazy.
This is not your normal breakup.

The effects of narcissistic abuse or a pathological
love relationship can be devastating.

  • Are you caught in the trap of trying to leave a toxic partner, but you can't seem to stop thinking about all of the happy, loving memories that make you question whether you're making the right decision in leaving?

  • Do you find yourself ruminating over the relationship every time you're reminded of it?

  • Have you given your partner second, and third, and fourth....chances?

  • Do you wonder why everything else in your life seems to go well, but you keep having unhealthy or toxic relationships?

  • Do you feel upset with yourself because you missed or ignored the red flags from the beginning (or even the middle, and end) of the relationship?

  • Have you noticed that your body feels or looks worse than it did before the relationship?

  • Are you experiencing insomnia, gut issues, weight gain, exhaustion, muscle tension, headaches, or other unexplainable symptoms since you began experiencing stress in the relationship?

  • Do you secretly feel ashamed or embarrassed about the things you put up with in your toxic relationship?

  • Have you tried therapy, reading books, watching YouTube videos but you still can't seem to break your connection with this pattern or this partner for good?

  • Do you wonder why other people seem to move on from their relationships but you still feel like you can't let go or fully heal?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, you are in the right place. Whether you are currently debating leaving a partner, or you've been out for days, months, or years but can't seem to heal, there is hope.  

You may have no idea where to start or whom to turn to. It is common to feel like you're living in a fog, as the effects of gaslighting, stress, and trauma can leave your mind, body, heart, and spirit in a frazzled, rundown state of intense stress. 

I have almost 30 years of clinical experience in helping women just like you, and I'm also a survivor of narcissistic abuse. I get it. I developed a transformative and deeply healing program to help you break free from these patterns so you can learn to trust in yourself, and in love again.... 

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Toxic relationship recovery program for women

Join me in this FREE webinar where you'll learn: 

  • How to rebuild your self-love and self-worth so you never fall into the trap of a toxic relationship again.

  • How to set firm boundaries so you can finally trust again and have a healthy, safe, loving relationship.

  • Understand what makes you vulnerable to toxic partners so you can better protect yourself in the future (and what most coaches and therapists are getting wrong about their approach to this.)

  • Why it's so difficult to resist the urge to return to an abusive partner.

  • How to reclaim your mind, body, and spirit so that you can feel happy, healthy, and more like yourself again.

  • How to feel confident in your ability to identify and trust red flags in the future.

  • How to break the pattern once and for all so you never fall back into the cycle of self-betrayal.

Are you ready to take your power back and finally break free?  

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Do I need therapy or coaching?


Therapy is an excellent resource to examine your past, and can help you dive deep into healing wounds and patterns.  It is also where we can do more extensive trauma treatment to help you get to the root of your pain and challenges, ultimately freeing you to live a more fulfilling, happy life.  

Most people who've lived with any form of emotional, psychological, or other types of abuse have experienced trauma and can benefit from therapy to help them fully recover.  

Pathological Love Relationship recovery coaching is different from therapy, as it may be more present and future focused.  While I incorporate my knowledge and experience as a therapist into coaching so you get a fully trauma informed, therapeutic experience, it can be less intense than therapy.  Coaching is not appropriate for addressing significant mental health issues either.


If you’re not sure which is right for you, we will discuss your situation in a free consultation call and decide the best course of action.

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