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Finding Healing and Peace: The Journey of Overcomers after Trauma & Narcissistic Abuse

Navigating life after trauma and narcissistic abuse can be an incredibly challenging journey. These experiences can leave lasting scars, affecting not just our emotional well-being but also our ability to trust and find peace within ourselves. However, for those who have chosen to rise above their circumstances and identify as overcomers in Him, there is hope for healing and restoration. In this post, we will explore some practical steps for finding peace and reclaiming your life after trauma and narcissistic abuse.

1. Acknowledge the Pain and Seek Support:

The first step towards finding peace is acknowledging the pain and understanding that what you went through was not your fault. Recognize that trauma and narcissistic abuse can have a profound impact on your mental, emotional, and physical well-being. It's crucial to reach out for support from trusted friends, family members, or professionals, such as therapists or support groups specializing in trauma recovery.

2. Embrace Self-Care and Self-Compassion:

One of the essential aspects of healing after trauma and narcissistic abuse is learning to prioritize self-care. Engage in activities that promote your well-being, such as exercise, meditation, journaling, spending time in nature, or pursuing hobbies that bring you joy. Embrace self-compassion by treating yourself with kindness and understanding, rather than blaming yourself for the abuse. Remember, healing takes time, and you deserve love and care.

3. Create Boundaries and Surround Yourself with Healthy Relationships:

After enduring narcissistic abuse, it's vital to establish firm boundaries and distance yourself from toxic individuals. Surround yourself with people who genuinely care about your well-being and support your growth. Engage in healthy relationships and community where you can find understanding, empathy, and encouragement. Surrounding yourself with positivity can significantly contribute to your healing journey.

4. Process Emotions and Practice Forgiveness:

Trauma and narcissistic abuse often leave an emotional residue that can hinder your peace. Allow yourself to feel and process all the emotions that arise from your experiences. This might involve seeking therapy or trauma informed coaching to help you navigate through the complex emotions associated with your trauma. Additionally, practicing forgiveness, not for the sake of the abuser but for your own well-being, can be an essential step in reclaiming your peace.

5. Build a Strong Spiritual Foundation:

For overcomers, faith plays a significant role in finding peace and healing. Connecting with a faith community and seeking guidance from spiritual leaders can provide solace, strength, and hope. Strengthen your relationship with God by reading scriptures, praying, and meditating. Allow Him to guide you through your healing journey, surrendering your pain and burdens to His care.


Finding peace after trauma and narcissistic abuse is a courageous and transformative process. Remember, you are not defined by what happened to you, but by your resilience and determination to overcome. By acknowledging the pain, seeking support, practicing self-care, establishing boundaries, processing emotions, and building a strong spiritual foundation, you can embark on a journey of healing and find peace in Him. You are an overcomer, and your restoration is possible.

Love and blessings!

Connie, BSN, RN, NC-BC, BC-MHC

Board Certified Trauma, Mental Health, and Narcissistic Abuse Nurse Coach

Need help? Please email me at or follow the links in my website to set up a free Discovery Call to discuss how you can be an Overcomer in Him!



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