Parenting whilst you are healing from narcissistic abuse is hard work.
You might feel that your ex is still attempting to control and undermine you at every opportunity. The children might be picking up on the anxiety and acting out. You might be struggling with PTSD and managing your own emotions.
You might not feel sure about setting boundaries with your children and if/when you do attempt to put boundaries in place, you might be worried they might go running to their other parent and turn you into the bad guy.
You might also be worried that your children are turning into narcissists themselves and aren’t sure how to stop that from happening or even if it is possible.
All of which create internal and external chaos.
Chaos and parenting mean hightened emotions and challenging behaviour.
Which, after an abusive relationship, can be very triggering and lead you to reacting rather than responding, creating friction between you and your children which can be exploited by their other parent.
The Nurturing Coach Sarah Squires and I recorded a free webinar to help you feel more secure and confident about managing this situation.
13 ways emotional security helps children in their day-to-day lives especially when they are faced with a dramatic and erratic parent.
One crucial mental shift that enables parents to raise emotionally secure children to ensure their long term protection from narcissism.
3 main emotional security needs – knowing these needs can help you to take the guesswork out of raising emotionally secure children, reducing your anxiety and allowing you to feel more confident in your parenting.
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