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Ask yourself these questions. If you answer yes to the majority of these questions, you may be in a relationship with a Narcissist and you may be suffering from Narcissistic Abuse.

1.      Does he have an inflated sense of his own importance?

2.      Did he once consider you his ‘perfect’ mate, his ‘dream’ girl?

3.      Does he tell you something, but when questioned about it, he tells you he didn’t say what you know he said and you’re just imagining it, crazy, or got it wrong?

4.      Do you find it hard to explain what is happening to you or what you are going through?

5.      When proven at fault, does he place blame on you for doing something similar without addressing what he did and maybe not even apologizing?

6.      Does he watch you cry or observe your sadness with no reaction to hold you or to be intimate?

7.      Does he say he loves you but none of his actions support the words?

8.      Does he take sole credit for things you did for him or things you two did together?

9.      Does he make you feel like you’re crazy – but you know you’re not?

10.   Are you losing or have you lost all sense of self, self-worth, and purpose?

11.   Are you in pain and don’t know why?

12.   Do you feel as if you are losing your soul bit by bit?

13.   Do you feel your energy or life force being drained?

14.   Do you feel hollow or empty?

15.   Is your intuition/spirit telling you that something is not quite right?

Women, are you in a relationship and you know that something is wrong – something is off – but you can’t quite put your hands on the problem?

Ask yourself the questions on the left. 

If you answer yes to the majority of these questions, you may be in a relationship with a Narcissist and you may be suffering from Narcissistic Abuse.

With the political rise of Donald Trump, the word narcissist has become trivialized with little regard to the effects narcissists have on their family relationships, especially their significant others. Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) is a serious mental disorder. There is significant psychological and spiritual trauma that those in close relationship with narcissists suffer. This trauma is caused by abuse.

If you answered yes to the majority of the questions on the left, I implore you to register for this JOURNEY TO FREEDOM Summit. It’s absolutely FREE. And register for Deborah’s Journey to Freedom in 90 Days Life Class.

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I created this Summit because I have experienced two relationships with narcissists. Both of them threatened my very being. They were devastating, traumatic, and they almost destroyed me. I didn’t understand what was happening to me while I was in the relationships. I considered that they were narcissists, but I wasn’t aware of the affects narcissists can have on those who love them. I literally escaped my first narcissistic relationship. But because I was not aware of what I had experienced and why, I got in a relationship with another one. For years, I felt the essence of who I was being stripped away. The pain was too much to bear. I considered leaving daily – but I stayed. When I got the courage to leave – I went back. Finally, when the pain of being with him became greater than the pain of leaving him, I left. I couldn’t understand or explain the excruciating pain I experienced, ironically, after I left. The pain pushed me inside of myself to understand what I had gone through, why, and how I was able to survive it. I now know that the experiences and the pain were necessary. They set me free. I am exuberantly free.

I documented my Journey to Freedom – not only for myself – but for other women, maybe like yourself, who are suffering in silence inside relationships where they can’t understand the inexplicable behaviors of their significant other, they’re losing a sense of hope and purpose, and their very souls are being destroyed.

Through this JOURNEY TO FREEDOM Summit, I’m bringing together many of the people whose knowledge, expertise, and wisdom helped me through my Journey to Freedom.

Join me for 5 days of interviews as 15 psychologists, experts, counselors, coaches, authors, narcissists, and those who have been abused help us to Recognize and Recover from Narcissistic Abuse. These individuals changed my life. Their information and inspiration set me free. This Summit can do the same for you. This Summit can set you on your Journey to Freedom.

STILL NOT SURE IF YOU’RE IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH A NARCISSIST AND MAY BE SUFFERING FROM NARCISSISTIC ABUSE? HERE ARE MORE QUESTIONS. IF YOU ANSWER YES TO THE MAJORITY OF THESE QUESTIONS, YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO REGISTER FOR THE SUMMIT AND THE LIFE CLASS. 

1.      Does he say one thing but do another?

2.      Does he tell you something, but when questioned about it, he tells you he didn’t say what you know he said and you’re just imagining it, crazy, or got it wrong?

3.      Do you feel the need to document what he does or says as proof of what is happening to you?

4.      Do you find it hard to explain what is happening to you or what you are going through?

5.      With obvious truth about a situation, does he deny it and tell you to just believe him?

6.      When proven at fault, does he place blame on you for doing something similar without addressing what he did and maybe not even apologizing?

7.      When you comment on his behavior or actions or give him constructive criticism, does he reject it?

8.      Does he discount how you feel about how he treats you by telling you he’s not responsible for your feelings?

9.      Does he minimize or disregard your feelings about the relationship?

10.   Does he watch you cry or observe your sadness with no reaction to hold you or to be intimate?

11.   Does he say he loves you but none of his actions support the words?

12.   No matter how much he tells you he loves you, do you question it?

13.   Is he emotionally unavailable?

14.   Does he go for long periods of time and not approach you for sex or intimacy?

15.   Does he cheat?

16.   Does he habitually lie?

17.   Does he have a victim mentality?

18.   Is everybody out to get him for no reason?

19.   When he is not pleased with something you did, does he go silent and not communicate with you for an extended period of time?

20.   Does he take sole credit for things you did for him or things the two of you did together?

21.   Does he recognize the contributions of others as it relates to his accomplishments?

22.   Does he show disinterest in hearing about your day, your issues, or your life?

23.   Does he have a grandiose perception of himself?

24.   Does he have an inflated sense of his own importance?

25.   Does he exaggerate or overstate his accomplishments?

26.   Does he need you to compliment him?

27.   Does he belittle your accomplishments?

28.   At home, does he require or allow you to serve his every need?

29.   Do you walk on egg shells and refrain from saying anything that might upset him?

30.   Does he say or feel that his work and life are more important than yours?

31.   Is everything always about him?

32.   Does he feel that you and others owe him just because he is who his is?

33.   Does he feel he’s better than any and everyone, regardless of whether they are in a higher position or have a higher status in life?

34.   Does he side with self-centered or evil characters on television or in movies?

35.   No matter how much you do for him, does he always require more?

36.   Does he tell you to focus on yourself but continue to give you things to do for him?

37.   Does he have people, especially women, in his life who give him money?

38.   Does his business require him to work closely with women who give him money?

39.   Does he brag on or compliment other women to you?

40.   Does he show excitement about other women he associates with?

41.   If you comment about his excitement or attention to other women, does he accuse you of being jealous?

42.   Is your money his money?

43.   Does he take unnecessary risks with money or business?

44.   Does he get overly excited over new things or people in his life?

45.   Does he think he can or promise to do things he is not capable of doing or he doesn’t have the resources to do?

46.   Does he want or require you to use your gifts and talents for him?

47.   Does he get angry at you for doing what he does – staying out, not calling, etc.

48.   Does he belittle and try to separate you from other people in your life?

49.   Do you feel he is not with you emotionally or mentally when he’s with you physically?

50.   Does he have unreasonable belief or faith that something is going to happen?

51.   Is he obsessed with success and ‘making it’?

52.   Does he use people to help him but do not give them credit for their assistance?

53.   Is he insensitive or uncaring concerning the needs of others?

54.   Do you feel he cares about you?

55.   Is he religious?

56.   Does he require special treatment from you or others?

57.   Does he make promises that he doesn’t keep and doesn’t mention again?

58.   Does he need admiration from others?

59.   Does he need attention – whether negative or positive?

60.   Do you feel the need to uncover what is really going on?

61.   Does he make you feel like you’re crazy – but you know you’re not?

62.   Are you realizing that he’s not what he says he is or who you thought he was?

63.   Does he always make plans for the future instead of dealing with what is now?

64.   Does he do small things or think in ways that you just don’t understand?

65.   Does he think in ways that the majority of people would think different?

66.   Does he go through times of depression?

67.   Is everything he does great?

68.   Does he justify his bad behavior?

69.   Did he once consider you his ‘perfect’ mate, his ‘dream’ girl?

70.   Did he used to brag about you to others and tell them how perfect you are?

71.   Does he have moments of being really excited and motivated?

72.   Do you feel alone and lonely in your relationship?

73.   Are you sad and depressed?

74.   Are you losing or have you lost all sense of self, self-worth, and purpose?

75.   Do you feel as if you are losing your soul bit by bit?

76.   Do you feel your energy or life force being drained?

77.   Do you have a desire to please him and do for him no matter how he treats you?

78.   Do you focus on his life and your lives together instead of your life?

79.   Do you find it hard to focus on yourself when you’re in his presence?

80.   Do you feel exhausted?

81.   Are you unfocused?

82.   Do you feel hollow or empty?

83.   Do you feel bound or constrained?

84.   Do you feel like you’re being consumed?

85.   Is your intuition/spirit telling you that something is not quite right?

If you answered yes to the majority of the questions, find out more by registering for this JOURNEY TO FREEDOM SummitIt’s absolutely FREE.

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