Psychological violence by narcissists can include verbal and emotional abuse, toxic projection, stonewalling, sabotage, smear campaigns, triangulation along with a plethora of other forms of coercion and control. This is imposed by someone who lacks empathy, demonstrates an excessive sense of entitlement, and engages in interpersonal exploitation to meet their own needs at the expense of the rights of others.
As a result of chronic abuse, victims may struggle with symptoms of PTSD, Complex PTSD if they had additional traumas like being abused by narcissistic parents or even what is known as “Narcissistic Victim Syndrome” (Cannonville, 2015; Staggs 2016). The aftermath of narcissistic abuse can include depression, anxiety, hypervigilance, a pervasive sense of toxic shame, emotional flashbacks that regress the victim back to the abusive incidents, and overwhelming feelings of helplessness and worthlessness.
And complex post-traumatic stress disorder or (CPTSD) is a mental illness you get from an experience of consistent abuse from narcissists. Are you suffering from CPTSD right now? We are going to give you the top 10 signs of getting CPTSD from narcissistic abuse.
Below Are The Top 10 Signs You Got CPTSD From Narcissistic Abuse.
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