Codependent dating narcissist
Melanie Tonia Evans is an international narcissistic abuse recovery expert.
She is an author, radio host, and founder of Quanta Freedom Healing and The Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Program.
But before I do, let’s look at the differences between the two sides ….
When we start vibrating and living as Who We Really Are, then we connect to the flow of the life which is our natural birthright – joy, love and support, the expressing of our highest potential and the experiencing of our full flourishing.
Life and us We have no power over that, no responsibility for that, and any focus on the narcissist’s part keeps our focus off evolving and expanding ourselves.
But before I do, let’s touch on my definition of a co-dependent again, which grants us a much bigger picture meaning that simply “growing up in a substance abuse family.” Most importantly it will grant you a much better understanding of what the coin When we look at the human model, we can understand the entire world is co-dependent to varying degrees.
Every person on the planet – before raising their consciousness – is living the egoic mind illusion that we can only be loveable and worthy for “what we are doing” and “what we have” instead of Who We Are.
The narcissist feels it makes him or her inferior, “like everyone else,” and causes him or her to lose superiority and a vital upper hand.