Seven needs narcissistic parents cannot provide

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The following article from Kim Saeed highlights the seven needs of healthy parenting that cannot be provided for a child in a narcissistic home.  Such deficits lead  to lasting injury and deficits, wounding deeply our capacity to develop healthy self esteem, self awareness and boundaries.    Kim’s blog is an excellent resource for healing.

https://kimsaeed.com/2018/10/09/the-wounded-child-7-needs-narcissistic-parents-cannot-provide/

Published by: emergingfromthedarknight

"The religious naturalist is provisioned with tales of natural emergence that are, to my mind, far more magical than traditional miracles. Emergence is inherent in everything that is alive, allowing our yearning for supernatural miracles to be subsumed by our joy in the countless miracles that surround us." Ursula Goodenough How to describe oneself? People are a mystery and there is so much more to us than just our particular experiences or occupations. I could write down a list of attributes and they still might not paint a complete picture pf Deborah Louise and in any case it would not be the full truth of me. I would say that my purpose here on Wordpress is to express some of my random experiences, thoughts and feelings, to share about my particular journey and explore some subjects dear to my heart, such as emotional recovery, healing and astrology while posting up some of the prose/poems which are an outgrowth of my labours with life, love and relationships. If anything I write touches you I would be so pleased to hear for the purpose of reaching out and expressung ourselves is hopefully to connect with each other and find where our souls meet.

Categories Abandoment Trauma, Emotional Abandonment, Emotional Neglect, Healing Narcissistic Abuse, Narcissism22 Comments

22 thoughts on “Seven needs narcissistic parents cannot provide”

      1. I remember a while back that you said something about joining forces, so to speak, with a bunch of other bloggers, and setting up a kind of group blog thing on the subject of helping survivors of abuse. I’m interested: do you still want to do that?

      2. Yeah, that sounds like a good idea. First, ask anybody out there who’s interested, then, when we get a bunch of people, work out how to have a base to share writing from our own blogs. That will get us all more traffic individually, as well as reach more people and help them. I’m going to work soon, so I’ll post something tonight.

      3. Another thing we could do is set up a Facebook page where we can share our blog posts. Maybe we could do both the blog page and the FB page, or one or the other? What do you think?

      4. I am open to both but I am sorry I can t get onto it until next week sometime due to things going on here. I don’t like to promise then not deliver but I will hopefully be in a clearer space to do this after next week. 🙂 I was also going to ask what kind of wording we should do on a post calling for others to participate. Let me know any ideas you have.

      1. If people respond to our idea and they want to contact you, where can I connect them to you with a link? (I don’t want to add a link that will take them to a place on your page that you’ll find awkward.)

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