Mental Health

Mental health refers to our psychological well-being. Often narcissistic abuse manifests as an insidious kind of psycho-emotional abuse that can have serious mental health consequences for the target. Because the abuse is so subtle, it can take months or years for the survivor to understand what is happening to them.

Narcissistic Abuse Rehab has curated a collection of articles and essays to aid survivors of narcissistic abuse in the recovery. Our articles discuss how long term manipulation can impact the mind. In many cases, this can destabilize the survivor’s mental health and cause anxiety disorder, traumatic bonding, Stockholm Syndrome, major depression, and complex post-traumatic stress syndrome (C-PTSD). We also look at some of the interventions available for survivors of exposure to pathological narcissism.

Grief in the Digital Age

THE BUZZ OF MY SMARTPHONE broke my concentration. I picked it up and checked my messages. A grief-stricken family member had texted me to let me know my cousin Francis had died. Frantic phone calls ensued as I struggled to come to terms with my shock and sorrow. A hidden heart condition had claimed his life. He died five days…

Honoring Men’s Mental Health

Mental Health By Nov 01, 2019

Our theme for the month of November is Men’s Mental Health and Suicide Awareness. Narcissistic Abuse Rehab will be using our platform to raise awareness on these critical issues. Men often neglect their mental health Social pressure on men and boys to conform to traditional gender roles can place a heavy burden on men’s mental health. Physical strength, stoicism, dominance and controlling behaviors…

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