After repeated exposures to exploitative, manipulative narcissists, a person can experience identity confusion and emotional turmoil. Dr. Les Carter has an enlightening discussion about this problem with clinical psychologist, Dr. Ingrid Clayton. Drawing from her new memoir, Believing Me: Healing From Narcissistic Abuse and Complex Trauma, she explains the common trauma responses of fight, flight, freeze, and fawning. Dr. Clayton makes it clear that even in the aftermath of trauma with a narcissist, healing can happen. Hope is within reach as you learn to listen to your own voice.
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