Many Survivors of Narcissistic Abuse Have One Thing in Common:
They are Empaths

“Empaths are extremely sensitive individuals, who have a rare ability to sense what people around them are thinking and feeling. Psychologists may use the term empath to describe a person that experiences a great deal of care for others, often to the point of taking on the pain of friends and family at their own expense.

When a person is an empath, it is a badge of honor yet a great burden. It's a blessing that empaths are some of the nicest people who walk this earth. However, the trouble happens when an empath meets a narcissist. The narcissist looks at the empath and thinks, ‘I've won the lottery!’ Narcissists seem to have a radar for empaths because empaths are givers, not takers. A narcissist understands that if someone is such a generous soul, all their needs can be met with one person. A narcissist will exhaust the empath as the toxic person demands more and more supply.”

― Laura Charanza,

“If you're in a difficult relationship, whether it be personal or in the workplace, does this sound familiar to you: The narcissist forgets or begrudges your free will. Everything must be their way. They must be in control. This leads to arguments, anger and anxiety. Maybe you feel like you are always on the defensive. If this sounds familiar with you then this will be the most important thing you read all year. Here's why … I've developed a brand new, exclusive course called Free to Be. The narcissist wants to control your free will and keep you on their fixed agenda. This course will teach you how you can live free without becoming caught up in the narcissist's endless mind games.”

~Dr. Les Carter, (Free To Be)

Peter Leyshan - Whist Echo, (SOüL)

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