How to Cultivate Healthy Self-Regard


Many people I work with struggle with developing healthy self-regard because they don’t want to be like the narcissist in their lives.

Let me tell you something. Having self-respect is very different from the over-inflated self-importance and exploitative grandiosity of a narcissist.

In fact, as an empath who has a pattern of getting into abusive, manipulative relationships, it is something you need to develop like your life depends on it. Because it probably does.

This is why, in the process of purging your body, mind and soul from the negative influences of abusive and manipulative people, it is crucial that you keep your sights on your bright future and keep working on yourself.

Shortly after coming out of a toxic relationship, you feel devastated. A betrayal like this is highly destabilizing and painful. It makes us doubt the past, the person we thought we knew, and yourself.

But you can use the experience as a golden lesson and turn it all round!

This is why I recorded my newest video on the topic (link below). I want to invite you to start developing healthy self-regard.

Here for you, are the 10 traits of a person who displays healthy self-regard:

  1. You know what you want/need and how to ask for it. This is crucial. Without knowing who you are and what you need, you will not be able to define yourself, set healthy boundaries and negotiate in relationships.

For a deeper dive, click on the video below.

I hope this post was helpful to you and look forward to meeting you in the comments. Your 👏🏻 are the rocket fuel that inspires me to keep up this work.

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If you are suffering from the shock of being subjected to narcissistic abuse, have a look into my FREE three-step SOS program available on my website.

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