The truth, for many, is an intimidating concept. It’s why many of us seem to bend the truth from time to time in our daily lives. But the importance of truth plays a pivotal role in our recovery from Narcissistic Abuse. Our truth becomes our lifeline.
Narcissists want us to cower in fear. They don’t want us to heal, so they will continually make sure that we remain fearful and intimidated.
Why? Why do the Narcissists want us to remain fearful?
They are afraid of us becoming stronger and living in our truth. They don’t want the truth to get out about what they are.
In our healing journeys, we must honor our truth. We must honor what we endured. To do that, we need to get real about what happened. We need to face it. Simply stuffing it down and ignoring it will only prolong our healing and will even make our lives worse. We want to be able to better manage our lives. To move forward. To heal.
To heal, we must face what we endured. That’s why it’s so important to live our truth in our healing journeys. For many, it may mean keeping a journal to write about specific incidents. For some, it could mean finding their voice to speak out as often as possible, whether it be on social media or to friends, or even at rallies.
The importance of living our truth doesn't just mean sharing with others what we endured. It means living our lives with integrity. It means being true to who we are. It means living our daily lives with as much freedom as we can muster. It means learning to not be afraid. It means stepping out into the unknown and experiencing the world again. It means breaking free of all the Narcissists tried to do to us.
The more we live our truth, the stronger we become. And the stronger we become, the less we are afraid of what the Narcissists claim they’ll do or say. The stronger we become, the more we will be standing by our truth and living free.
What are your thoughts about honoring our truth? Comment below. And as always, I appreciate you for sharing your stories with me.
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