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10 New Year’s Resolutions For Survivors of Narcissistic Abuse

by | December 30, 2017

 

For many of us, the New Year signals a fresh start, renewal and the start of a new chapter. It’s a special time because it brings the hope of new beginnings and possibilities. On New Year’s Day, after the celebrations end and the champagne toasts are over, many of us take time to reevaluate our lives. We reflect on our choices, priorities, and goals, and decide how we are going to do things differently to improve our lives. This is best seen in one of the most popular customs and is what New Year’s resolution making is all about. Wishing you a New Year filled with new hopes, new joy, and new beginnings. January 1st, 2018  is the first day of a 365-day chapter, write a good one.

 

Best,

Bree

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Bree Bonchay, LCSW, is a licensed psychotherapist with over 18 years of experience working in the field of mental health and trauma recovery. She specializes in helping people recover from toxic relationships. Her articles have been featured in major online magazines and she has appeared on radio as a guest expert.
She is a dedicated advocate, educator and facilitates survivor support groups and workshops.

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For many of us, the New Year signals a fresh start, renewal and the start of a new chapter. It’s a special time because it brings the hope of new beginnings and possibilities. On New Year’s Day, after the celebrations end and the champagne toasts are over, many of us take time to reevaluate our lives. We reflect on our choices, priorities, and goals, and decide how we are going to do things differently to improve our lives. This is best seen in one of the most popular customs and is what New Year’s resolution making is all about. Wishing you a New Year filled with new hopes, new joy, and new beginnings. January 1st, 2018  is the first day of a 365-day chapter, write a good one.

 

Best,

Bree

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‘I Am Free” is both a cautionary warning and illuminating light. It empowers readers dealing with the aftermath of a toxic relationship and serves as a wake-up call to those who are in-or think they may be in- an abusive relationship with a narcissists or sociopath.

Get the book

‘I Am Free” is both a cautionary warning and illuminating light. It empowers readers dealing with the aftermath of a toxic relationship and serves as a wake-up call to those who are in-or think they may be in- an abusive relationship with a narcissists or sociopath.

About me

Bree Bonchay, MSW, LCSW, is a licensed psychotherapist with two decades of experience working in the field of mental health and trauma recovery. She specializes in helping people recover from toxic relationships and shares her insights about narcissistic personality disorder and psychopathy in her blog, FreeFromToxic. She is the author of the book, “I Am Free” and has appeared on radio as a guest expert. She is also a board member of the Association for NPD/Psychopathy Educators & Survivor Treatment, a member of the International Association of Trauma Specialists, and is also the founder of WNAAD.

About me

Bree Bonchay, MSW, LCSW, is a licensed psychotherapist with two decades of experience working in the field of mental health and trauma recovery. She specializes in helping people recover from toxic relationships and shares her insights about narcissistic personality disorder and psychopathy in her blog, FreeFromToxic. She is the author of the book, “I Am Free” and has appeared on radio as a guest expert. She is also a board member of the Association for NPD/Psychopathy Educators & Survivor Treatment, a member of the International Association of Trauma Specialists, and is also the founder of WNAAD.

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