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Emotional Abuse Is Real

Sarene Leeds, Emotional and Narcissistic Abuse Survivor

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Emotional abuse survivors and narcissistic abuse survivors share their stories as a way of offering hope and support to others healing from their own invisible scars.
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After 17 years in an emotionally and psychologically abusive relationship, I am dedicated to sharing all that I have learned since leaving to help others get out sooner! From learning what is considered abuse to rebuilding your life after, I speak with therapists, share experiences, discuss safety plans, gaslighting, parental alienation, coercive control, how to ground yourself through it all, and more.
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I am the founder of the Healing From Emotional Abuse Philosophy, that is based on 11+ years of research and real life experience, having gone through it myself, which makes me different from everyone else. I have developed a three key process, that can take anybody who has been through any kind of emotional abuse, and pull them out of that. It’s based on 3 steps, what I call the 3 R’s.
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Welcome to Season One of “The Happiness Show” where Julia Thornbrough, the host, showcases what it means to live on the Love Path. And more importantly, how to do it? Fear Path living is not where you want to be. But yet, that’s where most people reside. That was me. That’s why I want to shorten your learning curve. I will use the phrase, Partnering UP often, which is prayer to your higher power respectively. Why? Because that is one of the three pillars I feel is essential if you want to li ...
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On today’s episode, Sarene welcomes Faith C. Echo. Faith is the author of Rising From Ashes – A Testament of Strength and Survival After Narcissistic Abuse, a memoir recounting her four-year relationship with a narcissistic abuser, and her heart-pounding, covert escape with her young son. Faith now works as a trauma-informed recovery coach, special…
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Which one did I use? Do you want to live life feeling free, empowered, and confident? Be able to take on any challenge? Trust the unknown? Love Path living does this for you. Is Love Path living a challenge? Yes! That’s why few people live there consistently. Become the exception. How does this happen? By understanding how the three pillars work – …
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Angelika Koch, a certified life and relationship coach who also serves as the breakup and relationship expert for the Taimi app, an inclusive dating app dedicated to the LGBTQIA+ community. Angelika is also an abuse survivor and the author of The Asshole Pandemic: A Field Guide To ID'ing, Deleting, and Healing …
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Are hurt and anger blocking your happiness? You have a choice. Just as positive and negative energy cannot occupy the same space, anger and happiness can’t, either. Only you determine your feelings. Letting go of your past hurt releases you from your emotional prison. Don’t let your ego destroy this beautiful gift. Freedom is a beautiful thing. Emp…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Dr. Hayley Nelson, a neuroscientist, tenured psychology professor, international speaker and founder of the Academy of Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience, where she is passionate about making neuroscience approachable and accessible. Connect With Dr. Hayley: Website Instagram TikTok Facebook LinkedIn Support…
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Your body is a scientific work of art. Do you treat it with the same respect you give to a Van Gogh painting? Are you mindful of what food and drink enters your body? And their consequences? Did you know the big “Sugar” corporations are sabotaging your health via their products and promotions. Triple-sized cheeseburgers. Super-sized fries? Love Pat…
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On today’s episode, Sarene chats with emotional abuse survivor and licensed clinical social worker Nina Batista. Nina and I discuss the unfortunate truth about mental health professionals, which is that not every therapist is trained in emotional and narcissistic abuse treatment. Nina, however, has undergone several trainings in these areas, and sh…
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Do you want to experience positive energy? Not just once but all the time. Do you want to wake up each day with a new perspective? Do you want to eliminate the feeling that life is against you? Gratitude does that. How? By laying the foundation for a positive mindset and releasing positive energy through your body’s neurotransmitters - dopamine and…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Theresa James, LCSW. Theresa is an emotional abuse survivor who has channeled her experiences into a fruitful career as a trauma therapist. As a teenager, Theresa was groomed by an older man who would eventually become her husband. After 12 years of abuse, she finally divorced him and began her life anew as a s…
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The number one regret people have when they are about to cross over is that they never followed through on their dreams because they had caved to outside forces. Don’t be that person! Do you have dreams yet to be unleased? Are there fears lurking to keep you from trying? Does your inner self want to burst free and see what’s possible? The alternati…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with a young woman named Emily*. Emily is an emotional abuse survivor who spent several years in a secretive, toxic relationship with a controlling, manipulative guy, and is only now starting to process what she experienced. This is the first time Emily is speaking publicly about her abuse. *Name changed to protect …
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Parents, your cell phone use will determine if your children live their adult lives on the Love Path and, thus, be able to spread love and joy to others. Or worse, live their adult lives on the Fear Path and impale their encounters from stored up anger or hurt. Your parental actions have direct consequences for creating a civil world – a self-estee…
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On today’s episode Sarene chats with V.L. Brunskill. Brunskill is an emotional and narcissistic abuse survivor, and the author of The Killing Closet, a memoir released in late 2023. The Killing Closet is a harrowing story of the abuse Brunskill – as well as her adoptive mother and brother – suffered at the hands of her adoptive father back in the 1…
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Did you know smiling is the language of kindness? Did you know your smile is a catalyst for good? Do you feel the world could use some civility? If your answers are yes, then this episode is for you. You don’t have to be a nation’s ambassador to make a difference. You can uplift the energy of the world right now. It all starts with your smile.…
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On today’s episode, Sarene chats with Dr. Erika Bach. Dr. Bach is a licensed clinical psychologist based in New York, specializing in trauma, relationships, anxiety and depression. More and more, she finds herself working with emotionally abused clients, which enabled her to provide invaluable insights about emotional-abuse-adjacent topics like gen…
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Do you ever notice how some people are happy all the time? Do you wonder if they’re drinking a happiness potion you’re not aware of? Do you wish you had their secret sauce? Well, wonder no more. Their secrets are 100% available to you. And here’s the best part. Every tool the positive person uses is FREE. So, do you want to be positive or grumpy? Y…
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On today’s episode, Sarene chats with Julie Keating. Julie is a mom of six, a writer and marketing professional, and an emotional abuse survivor. After losing her first husband to cancer, Julie married a man who turned out to be her worst nightmare. In our conversation, we talk about how she had to give up almost everything just to be free of her e…
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Making decisions is like paying taxes. They never stop. Your decision options range from simple to complex – What do you plan to wear to work, what new car will you purchase, or how can you merge two corporations together. Action beats inaction every time. But are you hesitant? Do you raise multiple “What if” scenarios in your mind? Do you want to …
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For a number of reasons, I’ve decided to put “Emotional Abuse Is Real” on hiatus starting today – but I promise we will be back in early 2024. In the meantime, please listen to this brief update for ways to stay up-to-date and engaged with me, my work, and this podcast, until January. No matter what you celebrate, I hope you all have a lovely holid…
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On today’s episode, Sarene chats with Sarah Jacobs, Esq. and Jamie Berger, Esq. of Jacobs Berger, LLC. As family law attorneys who specialize in divorces involving narcissistic abusers, Sarah and Jamie provide not only fascinating insights into the process of divorcing a narcissistic partner, but they also offer expert tips for victims contemplatin…
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On today’s episode, Sarene chats with Jillian Edwards Coburn. Jillian is an author, an advocate, and an abuse survivor. But Jillian is also a force of nature: She’s channeled her trauma into a memoir called My Ugly Truth: Life After Abuse, and now works tirelessly as a sexual abuse advocate. Two years ago, she served on a committee that helped get …
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On today’s episode, Sarene chats with Dr. Jameca Woody Cooper. Dr. Cooper is a clinical and criminal psychologist in the St. Louis area, offering her expert insights and advice for emotional abuse survivors seeking support. Connect with Dr. Cooper: Website TikTok Instagram YouTube LinkedIn "Women Staffers of Jann Wenner's Rolling Stone Get Their Tu…
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Does the sound of a person’s name trigger anger? Hurt? Do you find you can’t be in the presence of a person for more than 10 minutes? If you’ve answered yes to both questions, these are signs an emotional wound begs to be healed. How does this happen? Forgiveness. Would you like to be released from your emotional prison of anger, hurt, or resentmen…
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Did you know you’re awesome? A true statement, by the way. But have you also been told, “You’re stupid, lazy, ugly, clumsy, or not wanted. Put-downs get passed on from one generation to the next. Your self-esteem and confidence get crushed. If you understand why put-downs happen, then you can choose to stop it. Yes, you have a platinum opportunity …
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Do anxiety and stress weigh you down? Does stress stifle your ability to act or make a decision? Does your stomach get curled up in knots? Or your palms get sweaty? Life doesn’t have to be like that. In this episode I will show you how you can kick stress to the curb permanently. And the best part is that the tool is FREE. No medication is required…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Rachel Claire Farnsworth, a "transformational life changer." Rachel works with clients to help release their deeply embedded trauma through various methods, but primarily through hypnotherapy. She has a lot of experience working with emotional abuse survivors, and can empathize with her clients, because Rachel …
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In this episode of Unbound and Soaring, Gala dives deep into the topic of gaslighting. She shares her personal experience with this form of emotional abuse and how it affected her sense of reality and self-worth. Gala explains that gaslighting is a manipulation tactic often used by narcissists to gain control over their partner's thoughts and actio…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Dr. Kerry McAvoy. Dr. McAvoy is a licensed psychologist, as well as a narcissistic abuse survivor. She has channeled her experiences into a thriving career as an expert in toxic relationships through her book, Love You More, her podcast, “Breaking Free From Narcissistic Abuse,” and influential social media pres…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with LaShaundra Barnes. LaShaundra is a mom, a fellow podcaster, and an emotional abuse survivor. Thanks to her devout faith, and years of therapy, LaShaundra emerged from a toxic relationship with her children’s father stronger than she’s ever been. It is her hope that her story can help others realize that leaving…
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On today’s episode, Sarene chats with Rachel Fleischman, LCSW. Rachel is a licensed clinical social worker, an expressive arts therapist, and the creator of a multi-modal therapy program called Dance Your Bliss. Her professional expertise sparked an illuminating conversation about emotional abuse that I hope will both help and encourage listeners o…
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This episode explores coercive control. In order to break free we first need to understand what’s happening. We look at what it is, learn to recognize the signs, understand impact on the victims, how to break free, recover and heal. References: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/mar/08/patriarchy-and-power-how-gender-inequality-underpins-abus…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Mirlo Liendo, an emotional abuse survivor, author, and advocate. Since leaving her husband, Mirlo has dedicated her time to helping others who find themselves in abusive domestic situations: Whether it’s helping people navigate their divorce proceedings, find mental-health providers or safe housing, Mirlo is de…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Alena Scigliano, LPC, a licensed psychotherapist, a narcissistic abuse expert, and the author of "Swimming With Sharks: Surviving Narcissist-Infested Waters." Alena is helping to spearhead a new and necessary movement in the mental health sphere: Clinicians who specialize in emotional and narcissistic abuse. He…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Erin Riley, a narcissistic abuse survivor, music-industry veteran, and author of A Dark Force. Although both of her ex-husbands demonstrated narcissistic behavior, it was Erin’s second marriage that drove her to document her abuse. This documentation ultimately became her self-published memoir, A Dark Force. Er…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Ricky Twiggs, Jr., LPC, a licensed psychotherapist based in New Orleans, Louisiana. Ricky is an expert in emotional abuse, as he regularly works with teens and young adults who are the children of narcissistic parents. Ricky discusses the significant mental health impact on children of narcissistic parents, and…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Tina Hamilton of the Healing Parent. Tina is a teacher by profession, but she has transformed her experience as an educator and a certified trauma-informed mentor into a thriving career as an inner child healing and parenting coach. Through her work, Tina has discovered that many people who have been susceptibl…
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On today's episode, Sarene delves deeper into her personal emotional abuse story. If you haven't yet, please listen to the first episode of this podcast before proceeding with this episode. Support the show Get my free download, "10 Things I Learned From Getting Paid to Watch TV" Follow me on Instagram Please support the show by buying me a coffee!…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Dr. Stuart Wood. Dr. Wood is a neuroscientist by profession, but in recent years, he’s become an ally and supporter of emotional and narcissistic abuse survivors. As a result, he’s written and self-published an eBook called Escaping the Void: How to Support Victims Out of Emotionally Abusive Relationships, now …
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On today’s episode, Sarene chats with life coach Jessica Knight. Not only is Jessica an emotional abuse survivor, but she’s channeled her experience into a fruitful career as a certified emotional and narcissistic abuse coach, as well as a high-conflict divorce coach. She is also the host of the "Relationship Recovery Podcast," where she offers exp…
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A short episode filled with updates (have you subscribed to Sarene's newsletter yet?), and some quick thoughts on a few emotional abuse stories that have popped up in the news recently. Specifically, actor Jonah Hill's alleged emotionally abusive behavior toward his ex-girlfriend, professional surfer Sarah Brady -- and Keke Palmer's boyfriend publi…
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On today's episode, Sarene chats with Sadie Mayhew. Sadie is a fellow professional writer (we met in NYU's Master's in Professional Writing program), and emotional abuse survivor. Although Sadie will be the first to tell you how hard it can be to come forward, she also believes in the importance of storytelling and story-sharing after an emotionall…
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On today’s episode, Sarene chats with Phoenix Gould. Phoenix is an emotional and narcissistic abuse survivor, as well as a CTI and ICF-Certified Coach who specializes in helping people heal from emotional and narcissistic abuse. I’m so grateful to Phoenix for sharing her story on the podcast, and for offering her insights as a coach who works direc…
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On today’s episode, Sarene chats with Carol Ann Lapeyrouse. Carol Ann was emotionally abused by her mother for years, and she discusses her decision to distance herself from her mother for 15 years – and how she finally found a way to forgive her mother before her death. TW: Suicide (my apologies for not mentioning this trigger warning in the episo…
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On today's episode, Sarene interviews Carrie Mead, a licensed therapist and life coach based in Maryland. Carrie discussing her clinical perspective on emotional abuse as a mental health professional, while also offering numerous resources for people in toxic relationships. Reminder that this episode should not be used as a substitute for professio…
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We're back from our brief hiatus! On today's episode, Sarene chats with Amria*, a mom and emotional abuse survivor. Although Amria is still in her toxic relationship, she's been forging a new path for herself by going to therapy and setting boundaries. *Name changed to protect the survivor's privacy. Support the show Get my free download, "10 Thing…
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In this episode, Marissa speaks with Aurora Singh Comedian about her trauma, and how using comedy as a coping mechanism has helped her process her experiences and heal. https://aurorasinghcomedy.com/ dark sense of humor, humor as coping mechanism, aurora singh comedian, laughing as a coping mechanism, dark sense of humor jokes, using humor as a cop…
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