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Effects of Abuse on Victims and Survivors

Effects of Abuse on Victims and Survivors

Everything You Need to Know about Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Abuse – click on this link: www.narcissistic-abuse.com Repeated abuse has long lasting pernicious and traumatic effects such as panic attacks, hypervigilance, sleep disturbances, flashbacks (intrusive memories), suicidal ideation, and psychosomatic symptoms. The victims experience shame, depression, anxiety, embarrassment, guilt, humiliation, abandonment, and an enhanced sense of vulnerability. (From thebook “Malignant Self-love: Narcissism Revisited” by Sam Vaknin – Click on this link to purchase the print book, or 16 e-books, or 2 DVDs with 12 hours of video lectures on narcissists, psychopaths, and abuse in relationships: www.narcissistic-abuse.com

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22 Responses to “Effects of Abuse on Victims and Survivors”

  1. A frightening video, Sam exposes the sometimes permanent resulting psychological damage, not limited to the decimation of self-esteem in the victim, and emotional damage that becomes crippling and life-changing, or as Sam put it, a “psychological death.”

  2. Thanks. I wasn’t on here to get advice from the comments section though I was watching the videos as they help. It just feels good to rant a little and share experiences lol

  3. Your doctor handled this in a highly unethical way. It is required by ethical guidelines that make sure you seek the help and treatment you need. And, to say that you are not the one with the mental problem, is also unethical because he is diagnosing you with a clean bill of mental health, but he is not a psychologist. You knew that you needed to see a therapist, and I completely agree. Please do not give up. You will find someone great to counsel you and it will be the game-changer.

  4. Tiana, can I just say that I think you are on the right track…as far as seeking information and reaching out, however I think that getting advice from youtube users who don’t have the slightest idea how to talk to you about your situation has the potential to do more harm than good. I feel strongly that you would get much benefit from seeing a qualified therapist. You are valuable and worthy of living a happy life. You can make the decisions you need to make once you feel empowered and worthy.

  5. We are separated. He moved out. he logs in to my bills online. He emptied our bank account so I have to let him pay the bills for now. I also work for him so if I don’t comply I lose my job. I am divorcing him and he is trying to get me back and threatening any dates I have. He is seeing a therapist at my suggestion. He knows he is a narcissist but I still don’t want him back. This divorce is going to be hell.

  6. Why are you with your husband if he is being possessive and clingy with you? You should tell him up straight that he should respect your privacy. If you don’t want him in your life, tell him that you do not wish to continue any relationship with him and that you need your time and breathing space from him. Tell him he is an adult who can take care of himself and that he doesn’t need you.

  7. I would recommend going to the police if you feel in any way endangered by his actions (which would be a given seeing as he is ‘cult like’). Also, going to a councillor or psychologist might give you more help, I generally find doctors to be shortsighted.

  8. I am such a victim :((

  9. I would rather be beaten than the emotioanl abuse I have went through. I will find a way out. TY

  10. I have tried to ask my doctor for therapy and help to prevent me from taking my ‘cult like’ husband back. He didn’t get back to me. He said that because I was not the one with the mental problem he could offer help to my husband if he asked but not me. So I came here for support. Now my husbands affair has ended he is working on me. I am being stalked by him he calls me all day to see where I am, logs into my emails, phonecalls etc..he gets angry if I get support.

  11. See my video on this channel about narcissists and medication.

  12. Not a psychologist but i am aware of what you are afraid of, i suggest you watch the videos of a psychologist named John Breeding on youtube, he suggests that taking drugs does not get rid of the trauma or whatever they are psychologically suffering from.

  13. My whole family is a narcissist (religiously deluded)… As a child I was immensely abused. I also had developed narcissistic tendencies. My brother is suffering from paranoid schizophrenia and is on psychiatric medication. I have a lot of aversion towards psychiatry. There are so many psychiatrist who are not even aware of the drugs they prescribe. Sorry to say this. Could you please tell me if we can treat personality disorders with behavioral therapy like C.B.T rather than medicines.

  14. BEWARE OF SAM VAKNIN:
    Sam is a psychopath who is sadistically manipulating victims of
    narcissists and narcissists, themselves. There is a documentary about
    him called “I, Psychopath.” For some reason I am unable to post the
    link here but you can Google it. It is fascinating and horrifying at the
    same time.

  15. Wow….the harassment of my colleagues, mentors, neighbors and friends is harder for me than the stalking I endure. I can laugh at him and his proxies. I can ride the bus when my car is disabled. I can hang out near police officers but I can’t protect the people I know unless I avoid them. It’s sad that I am not alone here. I had hoped that this weirdness was a unique situation.  It does help watching these videos. Thank you.

  16. It still surprise me, just how some people have no idea about Zomopanic Eraser (search on google), even though many people get good result with this panic and anxiety treatment. Thanks to my mate who told me about Zomopanic Eraser, I’ve totally get rid of my anxiety attacks, and finally eliminate my panic attacks

  17. thanks again

  18. Hi! thanks for this useful video. By the way, I notice lots of people keep on talking about panic and anxiety treatment called Zomopanic Eraser (do a search on google), but I’m not sure if it is really good. Have you tried using Zomopanic Eraser? I’ve heard several amazing things about it and my cooworker finally kick away his anxiety problem forever using it, but he refuses to tell me 🙁

  19. CivilRights4Olympia Reply March 7, 2013 at 7:03 am

    Still,we know Neurophysiologically,that it is possible over time,assuming they want to,they can…”Clockwork Orange” themselves,

    peace

  20. I know the feeling..thing is I just want to be rid of her it`s bad enough I wasted over 10 years of my life with her..and I accept full responsibility for that decision..or decisions to go back we must`ve split up no joke about 60/70 times.. but the stalking on the net of her and her sick friend on dating sites and the continual character assasination of me to the community I grew up in .digging up my past etc I had no idea what lengths she would go to the try and destroy me..inc ringing my boss

  21. This is all true.
    Google “Conversations with an NPD”, to read actual comments made by an NPD.

  22. The DSM labeling system will fade… The faults are self evident… There is very little we need to do…. Watch these videos: 1. The Marketing of Madness: The Truth About Psychotropic Drugs. (2:57:10) Psychiatry An industry of Death (1:47:57)

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