It’s nothing short of devastating to end a relationship with a narcissist and feel like your “best years” are behind you.
I truly can’t tell you how often people have shared with me the terrible trauma of losing the best years of their life to a narcissist.
“I gave up my career to support the narcissist and now its too late for me to reclaim those years and opportunities” … and …
“The narcissist dangled the possibility of children constantly, and now I’m too old to have them” … and ….
“I pumped all of my finances and properties into a life with this person and now they are gone. How on earth am I going to rebuild at my age?”
And of course people commonly report the following:
“I’m (however old I am) and now I’m so depressed, unhealthy and stressed that I look terrible. I’ve aged considerably. Who would want me now?”
I know this topic is hard to reconcile and my heart goes out to you. It’s so common to lose everything, as well as ourselves, to narcissists at mid-life onwards.
Only 5 years ago, again after being smashed by narcissist number 2, things were so bad in my life, I had to live in a cabin park! That was ONLY 5 years ago!
Despite this, at 46 years of age, like so many people in this Community (at any age) I was able to make a full Thriver comeback beyond my wildest dream.
Was I just lucky?
Absolutely not …
There was a definite process I took to get there.
And that is what today’s Thriver TV episode is about – no matter what age we are, what we have suffered and lost, and even how affected our health has become, we CAN come back from this.
In today’s episode, I share with you HOW to achieve this, as well as incredible true stories that I know will inspire you to believe your very BEST years are yet to come.
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