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My favorite aspect of this book are some of the myths she dispels quickly that plenty of others in self-help and psychology fields tend to pass too much false optimism about: not everybody truly wants to move past the first or second thresholds and so some voluntarily languish there, even while knowing there is a further ways to go (and access to the resources to move beyond); not everybody you hold dear in your life wants you to be shine bright or be the best version of you; there is no utopian arrival where you will no longer encounter toxic people or that you become entirely immune to them. Thus, the idea is that ultimately you learn to hold your own self-approval and integrity so high that everybody else's opinions fade by comparison, even while desiring healthy community, teachers, allies, friends, partners, and such to enhance the experience of living for all.
The steps to healing are laid out clearly in this book, and it's written in a way that's easy to understand. If you've been through this type of abuse, you'll feel like your being guided by someone who gets it and who is on the other side of it. If you haven't, it might help you get a glimpse into the hero's journey of surviving this insanity. It takes a tremendous amount of courage to get out of such a relationship, and even more courage to develop an authentic sense of self afterwards. If you want to thrive and not just survive after Narc abuse, check out this excellent book.
Traditional plant medicines are both well researched and effective. Note the scholastic pedigree of researchers in the area of psychedelic MEDICINE. The ire about the book not reflecting formal psychotherapy points to the weakness of this field in both substantive understanding and methods. Ms. Miller is brilliant and has an ivy league education.
Dr. Brian Anderson (UC San Francisco)
Dr. Anthony Bossis (New York University)
Mary Cosimano, MSW (Johns Hopkins University)
Dr. Nick Cozzi (University of Wisconsin)
Dr. Alicia Danforth (UCLA)
Dr. Rick Doblin (MAPS)
Dr. Frank Echenhofer (CIIS)
Dr. Amy Emerson (MAPS)
Dr. Charles Grob (UCLA, Heffter Co-founder)
Dr. Stanislav Grof
Dr. Jeffrey Guss (New York University)
Diane Haug, LPC (Grof Transpersonal Training)
Dr. Maria Mangini (Holy Names University)
Dr. Gabor Mate
Dr. Natalie Metz (CIIS)
Dr. David Nichols (Heffter Co-founder)
Dr. Janis Phelps (CIIS)
Dr. David Presti (UC Berkeley)
Dr. William Richards (Johns Hopkins University)
Dr. Emily Williams (UCSF and MAPS)
Dr. Berra Yazar-Klosinski (MAPS)
One of the things I’ve found so frustrating in my own recovery, which has been definitely two steps forward and one step back (and sometimes vice versa), is being so unsure if I’m making real progress. This book has clarified that so well for me.
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