The process of healing and recovering from narcissistic abuse is difficult for anyone, myself included. Ever since I began, I’ve taken a partly spiritual approach to this. And spiritual, to me, has nothing of religion in it, but rather finding various philosophical ways to look at this.

One thing is for sure; the answers are always within us.

At least, that’s what I believe. I really and strongly believe that we can find all we need inside ourselves. We just need to find the path that works for us, and that differs from one person to the next. After all, we are individuals.

As a middle aged woman, I have an at least fairly good idea of who I am. I am complex, more so than most, I am either or, I am two sides of one coin in basically everything that I am, or what interests me. I believe in spirituality, and I am highly sceptical at the same time. I am rational, yet I have been ruled completely by my emotions. I am creative, yet extremely impractical.

Aside from, now creating content on Youtube, I am very interested in photography (I photograph, and I theorize), dog psychology (behaviour/communication), sewing (I make all my clothes), writing, photo editing, blogging, tv series, friends – like any person next doors.

I live in Sweden, and I share my life with a black German Shepherd male named Boyo, and a black house cat named Molly. They are my closest family.

I consider my Youtube channel (starting up in January 2022) and this blog as part of my healing and recovery process.

Welcome – I welcome you to join me, so we can share experiences and learn from each other as we go.

I’ll see you on Youtube and on the blog! 🙂

With love,
Malinka Persson

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Eye C : recovery from childhood trauma (narcissistic abuse by a parent)

I grew up with a covert narcissistic mother and a father who overcompensated in a rigid manner.


My mother died back in 2001 and I have spent too many years being a survivor. This is where it’s time to recover and be the best version of myself that I can be.


It’s important to me to let this be a space where we are creative and positive in our ways to recover from the narcissistic abuse we’ve been subjected to in our childhood. It’s no easy task, but I’ll be damned if I can’t do it.


Until then.


With love.
Malinka P.