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Driving down the freeway I turned up the stereo and started singing so I would stop crying. I had just left my children after the abuser yelled at me, cutting our visit short. I began to sing at the top of my lungs, fighting back with the words of the song. I couldn’t do anything to stop his abusive behavior but I…

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I write from my experience of being raised by a narcissist and being married to an abusive narc for over 20 years. I use my experience to help others live free.

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I write from my experience of being raised by a narcissist and being married to an abusive narc for over 20 years. I use my experience to help others live free.

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