The Financial Damages of Narcissistic Abuse and how to Recover

Published on March 28, 2022 By Lauren

The Financial Damages of Narcissistic Abuse can be HUGE! Discovering that you’ve been a victim of narcissistic abuse can shatter your self-esteem and everything you’ve believed in.

Your self-worth and finances may be at an all-time low and you just want to hide under the covers and hibernate.

In this week’s episode of the Hard Money Talks Show, I bring on Tracy Malone, author of the book “Divorcing your Narcissist: You can’t make this shit up”.

Tracy and I are both survivors of narcissistic abuse, and this week we sit down together to talk about how we were affected emotionally and financially by being in this type of relationship.

This episode will be eye-opening to many of you!

Tracy’s Narcissist Abuse Support website offers resources to victims from more than 145 countries. In addition, she is the host of a Facebook group with more than 11,000 members; a YouTube channel that has reached more than 1.3 million survivors; and a Pinterest Narcissist account that has seen more than two million monthly visitors. Visit narcissistabusesupport.com

The Financial Damages of Narcissistic Abuse

The Financial Damages of Narcissistic Abuse

Links mentioned in today’s show:

  • Read more about Tracy on her personal website here.
  • Buy Tracey’s book here.
  • Book Prepare to Be Tortured here.
  • My interview with Tracy on her YouTube Channel can be found here.
  • Visit her support website here – narcissistabusesupport.com.

THANK YOU!

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The Financial Damages of Narcissistic Abuse

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