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Recovery and Healing After the Narcissist with Linda Martinez-Lewi, PhD

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In her new book, Recovering and Healing after the Narcissist: Discovering Your True Self, a sequel to Freeing Yourself from the Narcissist in Your Life, Dr. Linda Martinez-Lewi provides valuable insights and specific in-depth healing and recovery practices for those who are and have been in destructive psychological and emotional relationships with narcissistic personalities.
In the aftermath of a relationship with a narcissist, you can recover, heal and thrive through this comprehensive program and regular practice of self care that focuses on: 
• Accessing the parasympathetic, restorative, calming part of the nervous system through: gentle hatha yoga, quality sleep, regular exercise, acupuncture, listening to inspiring music, immersing yourself in the beauty and mystery of the natural world. 
• Breaking destructive cycles of psychological and emotional repetition with the narcissist by cracking the childhood survival code that made you vulnerable to them. Loosening the bonds of denial by expressing, owning and releasing your true feelings results in separation and individuation from the narcissist. 
• Calming mind, body and heart through consistent meditation. Regular meditation practice reduces stress, strengthens the immune system, increases the quality of brain functioning, expands your sense of compassion and deepens your intuition. 
• Experiencing the empathy, comfort, kindness and humor of true friends is a powerful force in your continued healing and recovery. 
• As you grow spiritually, your consciousness expands and deepens. You have access to communications with other souls. We spend our lives learning to dwell in the grace and wisdom of the true self.

www.thenarcissistinyourlife.com

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