Taking Care of Yourself when Leaving Narcissists

In this third episode of a four-part series, Sandra Beck shares more details about the importance of taking care of yourself when ending a relationship with a narcissist. She offers various tips and suggestions for dealing with the narcissist during the transition, as well as ideas to help you nurture yourself.

Empowerment is a theme that runs through all of Sandra Beck’s work. Whether she is coaching a company owner to a million-dollar commission goal, training a stay-at-home mom to perform SEO on websites or speaking to a corporate group about personal and professional growth, her message is about what is possible and how to create the circumstances of your choosing. Sandra teaches all of her clients how to maximize their lives by using the power of the internet coupled with solid business practices along with the drive of their passions to create the lifestyle of their dreams.

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What You’ll Learn from This Episode:

  • Why we let narcissists keep coming back
  • What it means to be a narcissist’s “fuel supply”
  • Why narcissists use “the silent treatment”
  • What it means when a narcissist moves on to someone else
  • What kinds of problems can occur for your children when the narcissist parent finds a new partner, and how you can help
  • What it means to “starve a narcissist” and why it’s essential for you to do this
  • How to handle phone calls from a narcissist seeking your attention
  • Why a narcissist will bait you and what that looks like
  • Self-love and self-care tips to help you feel better through the transition
  • Productive, helpful ways to deal with negative emotions
  • How to find the gifts in leaving a relationship with a narcissist
  • The importance of having a good therapist
  • The importance of ensuring that you’ve exhausted all options before deciding to leave a relationship with a narcissist

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