How To Identify And Recover from Narcissistic Abuse? Expert Mind Talk With Sherry Gaba

Sherry Gaba

Being on the other side of narcissistic abuse is one of the most horrible places to be, and people who have been through this torment know how it truly feels. Dealing with a narcissist, let alone a loving one, can take a lot out of you – emotionally, mentally, and physically.

For this Expert Mind Talk, we have Sherry Gaba with us who is a licensed psychotherapist and life coach who helps people cope with codependency, love addiction, toxic relationships, and mental health issues. She has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Women’s World, the LA Times, Thrive Global, the New York Post,, Psychology Today, Zoosk, and other leading publications.

Sherry maintains a private practice and is the founder of Wake-Up Recovery an online group coaching program that applies the principles of positive psychology, the law of attraction, and mindfulness for codependents, love addicts, and toxic relationships.

In this Mind Talk Session, she speaks about how you can understand the narcissistic relationship cycle, how a narcissist’s mind works, and finally, how you can heal from narcissistic abuse.

Check out this video now to know more about how you can heal and move on from a narcissist and live a happy and healthy life.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Understanding the narcissistic relationship cycle (2:06)
  • The science of devaluing behavior (8:16)
  • Smear campaign (21:38)
  • Healing process after narcissistic abuse (24:35)
  • Q&A Session (37:15)

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