Many people come to my work through the avenue of narcissistic abuse. Through my own journey of healing narcissistic abuse I have devoted years of research to this crazy making, energy draining, subtle type of abuse that most people would not even recognize as abuse.
The Path Back to Self evolved from my work in the field of narcissistic abuse. I came to realize that the only way to truly heal and move forward was to take responsibility for the SELF and come to recognize how our own weaknesses and vulnerabilities often set us up for the darker experiences in life. The Dark Night of the Soul is often the journey we take that brings about our greatest shift in consciousness and self awareness.
My book “Healing Narcissistic Abuse and Finding the True Self” is a result of my many years experience working in the field of narcissistic abuse. It is a result of my research, experience working with clients and my personal experience going through the darkness resulting from such emotional devastation.
How Do I Recover from Narcissistic Abuse?
Healing from Narcissistic Abuse and Finding the True Self is a compilation of Kaleah LaRoche’s years of experience in the field of narcissistic abuse and recovery. Using her personal experiences and the experiences of her clients she delves deeply into how to deal with the shock and trauma of narcissistic abuse as well as the shame, the self blame and intense pain.
In Healing Narcissistic Abuse, Kaleah takes readers on the journey of inner transformation, viewing their experiences as an opportunity to learn more about oneself, take personal responsibility for ones healing and step into a much more empowered experience of life and relationship. The journey is one of a spiritual warrior traversing the Dark Night of the Soul with insight and courage rather than a victim who focuses on the narcissistic injury.
This book has over 380 pages (in the print edition) of insight, wisdom, tools and coping strategies to help and encourage victims of narcissistic abuse to take back their power, learn from their experiences and step into their true, authentic selves, possibly for the first time ever.
On a spiritual note Kaleah guides you to view your experiences and your pain as a gateway to spiritual transformation going from the caterpillar through the process of metamorphosis and rebirthed into the butterfly, the true essence of Self.
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Here is an excerpt from “Healing Narcissistic Abuse.”
Most people don’t understand that recovery from narcissistic abuse is a traumatic experience. The one thing I hear more than anything else from my clients is “nobody understands my pain; not even the therapists I have seen.
If you are suffering from such a trauma, people will tell you “just get over it already!” Therapists will work to help you with your self esteem but most often won’t address the trauma. Ironically your therapist will often be the one who tells you the person you are struggling to overcome is a narcissist. Your therapist is often the one to diagnose you with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. But how do you really cope? That remains a mystery for sufferers and therapists alike.
The clear answer is to get away from that person. The common thought is when you are no longer engaging with the narcissist in your life, you can make a speedy recovery. What people don’t often realize is that narcissism is like a virus that takes hold in your psyche and won’t let up. It is the toxic gift that keeps on giving. You can’t seem to get away from it; even after that person is long gone. It is as if the narcissist projects and dumps into your energy field all of his toxic garbage and then cuts off from you and moves on before it can catch back up with him, or her. You are left holding the bag! You are left recovering from the virus and it is a sticky virus. It is a long journey to recovery.
The journey involves post traumatic stress disorder, obsessive thinking, low energy, lack of vitality, heartbreak, betrayal, deception, feeling devalued and discarded, feeling abandoned, feeling replaced, feeling lost, crazy, frustrated, insecure, needy, and addicted. You may be feeling guilty as if you were to blame for it all. You may be feeling deep grief and sadness, emptiness, and loneliness. You may have lost your will to live. You may feel invisible, like you don’t matter. You may even feel you don’t exist at all. You are most likely feeling the lack of closure. You may feel a strong desire for revenge; wanting that person to pay for his or her sins against you. You may have lost everything, including your children, your home, your livelihood, your money and your health. You may feel that God has it out for you and possibly even lost your faith that there is any kind of God at all. You may be going through a dark night of the soul; a descent into darkness deeper than anything you have ever experienced. You may have dreams and nightmares about the narcissist in your life and feel haunted by the mere thought of him or her. You want nothing more than to get away but there is no place to run. You are plagued by a constant state of anxiety that won’t go away. You may have tried everything you could possibly think of to alleviate the symptoms and bring you some kind of peace.
Life as you know it is over. There is no going back to what once was. There has been a death; a death of a part of yourself it seems the narcissist has taken from you. You have lost a big piece of your soul and you want it back. You feel tied to that person through an invisible psychic cord that is very difficult to cut. Each time you try it seems the narcissist comes back either energetically or physically. Your energy is constantly being vampired; your life force energy; your lifeblood, sucked dry.
What do you do? Where do you go? Who do you turn to for help and relief?
My name is Kaleah and in my work with narcissistic abuse I have often been the person people turn to, to find understanding, support and relief from narcissistic abuse. I have gone through this kind of abuse myself, several times, and spent years counseling people who are suffering from narcissistic abuse.
If you would like insight into the wisdom I have gained through my years working with narcissistic abuse as well as my own personal experiences with this disorder I encourage you to read this book:
Listen to a Podcast by Kaleah about this book!
Here are just a few of the experiences of people who have worked with Kaleah:
The Real Deal
Kaleah did a lot of listening in our session together. Then she reflected back what she heard and offered suggestions. I have been listening to her internet radio program for years. I admire and respect her courage. I intend on continuing to work with her, she is the real deal. Irma
Kaleah helped me more than anyone else I saw
In my session with Kaleah I got more understanding, resources and healing than from all the other people I’ve gone to. Afterwards I felt some peace inside for the first time in weeks, and was able to fall asleep normally and sleep most of the night. A miracle in itself. She really understands and it makes a HUGE difference to have support from someone who truly gets what you are going through. S.K.
Kaleah is fantastic. She has amazing insights. The sessions are very individualistic. I was concerned about phone appointments, but it turns out to be great. I’ve been having regular sessions for many months and it is working very well. Client in California
My sessions with Kaleah have changed my whole perspective on relationships for the better. She made me feel affirmed and supported. I am very blessed and fortunate to have found her! Michelle T.
In my own experience recovering from narcissistic abuse I was guided to my true self and my mission in life; which is to help others to heal from this kind of abuse and use their healing journey to get to the core of who they really are. I discovered I was a healer, a counselor and a midwife for the journey of the soul through darkness. My work evolved from my personal and professional experiences.
Through counseling others I began to see patterns in my clients. The same symptoms and the same issues were showing up over and over. I found ways to help people to cope and deal with the Post Traumatic Stress, the endless questioning, the self doubt and the pain.
Although my work is a mission to help people on the “Path Back to Self” I knew it was important to share the knowledge and experience I have gained over my years working in this field and this book “Healing Narcissistic Abuse” is an accumulation of that wisdom.
This book is designed to help YOU recover! There is a basic theme that is repeated throughout the book to help drive home the ideas and concepts you need in order to break through the illusions keeping you stuck.