I’ve beaten the beast with thousand swords. I proudly remain no contact. My shield is my heart and my mind. We are those of the light. I shall never fail again!
No contact is a strategy often used by individuals who have experienced narcissistic abuse to distance themselves from the narcissistic individual and protect themselves from further harm. Going no contact means cutting off all communication and contact with the narcissistic individual, including through in-person interactions, phone calls, text messages, and social media.
No contact can be a difficult and challenging decision, especially if the individual has been in a close relationship with the narcissistic person. However, it can also be an important step in the healing process and can provide much-needed relief and space to focus on oneself and one’s own well-being.
If you have experienced narcissistic trauma and are considering going no contact with the narcissistic individual, it can be helpful to seek support from a therapist or counselor who can help you navigate this decision and provide guidance and support throughout the process. It may also be beneficial to reach out to friends and loved ones for support and to create a plan for maintaining no contact and setting boundaries to protect yourself.