This topic contains 7 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  teabag 4 months ago.

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  • #75886
     IndianaEagle 
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    Hi All,
    Following on from my beginning to understand what is happening to me and why I feel and act the way I do I’m wondering if any of you are like me and learn from reading books?

    If a book has really helped you then could you share the title here. I feel like I need to understand what I’ve been putting up with for decades in a bid to get myself out of it! Does that make sense?

  • #75887
     KIP. 
    Participant

    Hi, Living With The Dominator by Pat Craven
    Why Does He Do That by Lundy Bancroft.
    Evan Stark is the author. He has a best selling book and also published papers on coercive control. Hes in podcasts too.
    I also found reading about narcissistic behaviour very useful x
    Knowledge Is Power KIP x

  • #75891
     IndianaEagle 
    Participant

    Thank you KIP those are all really useful. I agree that knowledge is power.x*x

  • #75892
     [email protected] 
    Participant

    the verbally abuse relationship by patricia evans and the second encouragement book why does he do that by lundy bancroft is very comforting to read xx

  • #75893
     [email protected] 
    Participant

    also when love is a lie zari ballard xx

  • #75907
     fizzylem 
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    Yes n********t abuse for sure – helped me the most – loads of stuff on-line x

  • #75921
     she-ra 
    Participant

    Can second living with a dominator. I went through it with a highlighter so I could remember all the bits he did to me. It was like reading about my life and really helped me understand that he would never every change.

    I’ve bought when dad hurts mum but I’m not brave enough to read it yet and face the effects it will have had on my children. I also bought operation lighthouse but found that harder to read.

    Also lots of n********t stuff on the internet and followed hastags on instagram if he doesn’t have access to your phone or account.

    They really helped me see the light xxxx

  • #76077
     teabag 
    Participant

    Why does he do that has been so helpful in understanding his abuse. It also highlighted things I had repressed and the gamesvthet olay

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