My Approach to Helping
Are you a person of color in a relationship with a person who believes they are better than you, and everyone else around them? Or, did you grow up with controlling parents, expecting nothing but perfection yet became envious of your accomplishments - so much they found ways to make your wins all about them? Or, maybe you have a boss or coworker at work who is "difficult" - demanding all your attention, with an inflated ego, and judgmental of you because things are always "your fault"? If you are in a relationship with someone like this, you may be dealing with narcissistic abuse. I can help you with this situation.
It will be important for you to seek out professional guidance and support to rebuild your confidence and restore your self-esteem. A trauma-oriented counselor like myself can help you learn to communicate more effectively, set boundaries and limits, and take care of yourself first so that you can reclaim control back over your life.
Please keep in mind that you deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. The abusive person in your life might have tried to break down you self-confidence and self-worth. You are worth more than how you are being treated. You are a victim of narcissistic abuse. Let us help and support you on your journey.