Have you come out of a toxic relationship? Are you a survivor of narcissistic abuse? Read on …
Hi there. My name is Mary. I am a life coach dedicated to helping women who have departed from toxic narcissistic relationships. My mission is to help women heal and see their internal beauty through God’s eyes, as well as the gifts, talents, strengths, and passions that he lovingly provides to each of us.
Do you still feel held back in life from words that your abuser used? I want to help you to break those chains.
Do you feel different than the rest of the crowd? You should. You are a unique daughter of the most high.
Do you feel people have trouble understanding you, and has this held you back from moving forward with your goals? People who have not directly experienced your exact relationship may not understand. I do.
Be patient with yourself, and know that you aren’t alone. You can get to where you want to go in life!
Let’s sit down and have a chat.
You’ve heard the cliche, “It takes one to know one.” It also takes one, someone who has experienced a long-term narcissistic relationship (I have), to help you get above and beyond the roadblocks. We don’t (and often can’t) do this alone. I am convinced.
Who is Mary Humphrey?
I am a certified life and marriage breakthrough coach.
My story: After 27 years behind the desk in a corporate-based career, I became a farmer, a speaker for local functions, a blogger, a small business owner, and I authored several books, stories, and articles for publications. I claim the title (in this blog) Survivor of a Narcissistic Relationship. What I’ve joyfully accomplished in life happened after I walked out of a toxic relationship.
How did I stick with the abuse for 20 years? I was ashamed. Many of us fall into that trap. I did not tell anyone that I was abused. I didn’t tell my own family, nor my own children. I tried to protect my kids from any negativity that might have affected their lives adversely. While I was in the relationship, I did not attempt to reverse any of the damage that I knew he was causing to my personal life. I was afraid that I would lose my children, my home, my job, and my family. I did learn how to move on, eventually.
Look what I did when I shut the door of abuse behind me! I became a new person. We ALL deserve life and happiness. We ALL need to put up boundaries to ensure we are never abused again.
I attribute my work and successes to God. These strengths are not a reflection of me. I was committed, and I obeyed … I give him the glory.
I work through God’s Word and divine inspiration. Do you have to be Christian to work with me? No! But, I do work through biblical principles.
Note: If I can do all of this, fly away from abuse and make my dreams come true (I am an introvert and empath by nature), I am convinced every woman has the ability to step over any remnants left from the wake of a toxic relationship.
I believe in living in the now, through self-awareness coupled with determination; I believe in telling and hearing the Truth. I believe in discarding and crushing the lies that slow us down and drain our energy.
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