E-Books Mark Smith, LCSW

In the Eye of the Tiger: Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome

After being emotionally shattered by severe abandonment I was very confused, beaten down, tearful, overwhelmed, struggling to function and I felt thrown away like a piece of trash. The confusing thing is that I had a cluster of symptoms that seemed strange and unique to me. I felt like a freak. Why did I have Complex PTSD, pain in my chest, trembling hands, an extremely fragile body, a loss of appetite, identity confusion, low self-esteem, an obsession to figure out what the truth was, claustrophobia, panic attacks, fatigue and many other damaging symptoms that I will cover in this video. Before April 26, 2015 I didn’t know that sociopaths or psychopaths really existed in real life, at least in my real life. And I did not have a theoretical framework to understand what happened to me. Then I found it. The clouds parted and everything got much better very quickly. There actually WAS a condition out there that pulled it all my symptoms and my story of being targeted and destroyed by a sociopath together. I am SO grateful to have come across the concept of “Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome”. I will talk about my journey in great detail.

 

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