We’re already in March, and soon I’ll be the same age as my mom was when she died. It’s hard to believe it’s been so long already. I remember wondering, back then, who I’d be when I was her age – and here I am. Almost 46 years old.

Oh, and don’t forget to subscribe to my Youtube channel if you haven’t already. β™₯

Schedule for the Youtube channel, through March 2022

My main goal with this post is to share the schedule for March – for the Youtube channel, that is. I said earlier that I’ll spend the entire month to talk about mom, and I will. Through various perspectives, or rather – on various perspectives.

I realized the other day.. no, the other week, or perhaps even longer ago than that – that I haven’t really done what I intended to do in the beginning. I wanted this channel to focus on positivity surrounding the recovery from childhood trauma – the growing up with a narcissistic parent. So far, I’ve focused more on negative stuff.

But I’m not sorry. I think that perhaps, sometimes, the negative stuff has to come out, at least a little, before the positive can start happening. And at least for me personally, there’s so much crap that’s been going on, preceding the good stuff. I wanted to adress some of those things, to sort of build a base on which to grow all the hopefully good stuff.

March will be a mixture of these things. I’ll try to shift my focus to the good stuff – keep your fingers crossed that I’ll manage to do just that. πŸ™‚

All those things aside – guys, seriously, I am learning so much right now. You already know I’m one of these spiritual people, and that part of my life is really, really interesting. This domain used to be a blog about my spiritual journey before I decided to do this, but I actually felt the need to restart blogging about all my spiritual stuff. If you’re interested, you can find it on this subdomain, right here.

To return to the Youtube channel, though – I must say I’m quite pleased that I’ve gone through what I feel somehow needed to be gone through before I could start talking about the actual recovery stuff. While these things are important, I think I’ll enjoy the process to un-identify myself even more than I already have, with being the victim of this narcissistic abuse.

A tiny bit clichΓ©, perhaps, but I’m dying to live as myself rather than a nothing, an existence. And I can’t wait to share my experiences with you. Some of the things I’ve learned are just way too cool to keep to myself.

Want to tag along?

Come with me – let’s do this journey together! β™₯

With love.

 

Comments are turned off because for some reason they won’t work.

 

Spread the love
Invitation

A cup of tea

Support me by buying me a cup of tea – trust me, I drink plenty. πŸ˜€

 

Thanks – I appreciate it!

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.