Melanie Evans lived in a narcissistic relationship that she was unable to escape from. The abuse was so bad that she suffered a complete psychotic breakdown. Her doctors told her she would never recover from it. Yet she did. Today she is the founder of Quantum Freedom Healing, and the Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Program.* Her book “You Can Thrive After Narcissistic Abuse”* became a bestseller within days on Amazon. 

Wisdom From North has arranged a free webinar with Melanie and you are very welcome to join!

Thriving After Narcissistic Abuse

The signs that you are in a narcissistic relationship

Melanie explains that in the beginning, the relationship can feel incredibly intense like you’ve met your soulmate. As the relationship progresses there will be things that don’t add up. The narcissist doesn’t want you to set boundaries and they’re after an instant relationship. They move in quick and in many ways take over your life. A narcissist can easily identify what you’re missing in your life and give you that, they will say exactly the things you want to hear. 

A narcissist is not able to love another person

A narcissist does not want what we want. They want to remain separate and in control. They don’t want love, unity, growth or teamwork. The narcissist is self-loathing, they despise themselves and have killed off their true selves a long time ago. They have put the ego on top as their false self. There is no one in them to love anymore, Melanie explains. 

What makes us fall into a narcissistic relationship?

Melanie is very honest and reveals how her psychotic breakdown created an awakening for her. At her lowest point lying in the hospital bed, she suddenly had her head invaded by a bright light and she saw clearly what had happened to her. How her abuser was a catalyst for her own unhealed wounds. Her soul showed Melanie what she could be and feel like in the future if she decided to heal herself. This gave her an immense desire to heal, so that she too could feel what it was like to be in a healthy relationship where she could be herself 100%. 

If you have ever been or are in a relationship with someone who doesn’t let you be who you are, this interview is for you. It might open your eyes to the circumstances you’re currently in and make you aware of what action to take next.

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  • What a wonderful conversation, thank you. So many people need to hear this information because it is not just ‘lovers’ who are damaged by narcissism, it is also children, siblings – all relationships really and people need to know there is a way to heal <3

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