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My doctor’s report to support the formal complaint of spiritual abuse, is excellent, as I knew it would be.

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I knew my doctor’s report would be excellent, and it is.

It confirms spiritual abuse, it confirms a lot and has now been passed on to the investigators and I hope they ‘really’ read it and see how honest I have been and how these spiritual abusers have dealt with their own deep sins – denial, minimizing, justifications, attacking with lies – all confirming my identification of narcissistic traits, plus total failure of repentance as a result.

I hope they look at this and realise even more, this man and his wife are not spiritually, emotionally, or mentally capable of being a Church leader.

Even his own marriage is a mess, sadly and when it comes again to narcissism, that won’t change either, especially when they both have such high levels of it, both sin against each other, as well as deceiving so many others to maintain their façade and can’t accept this, can’t self reflect.

Anyone who is capable of spiritual abuse in the first instance – which is planned, ongoing abuse of a very vulnerable woman, lie about it for a long time, including to his own wife, then lie, manipulate, deny, justify, minimize and attack with no remorse, deliberately creating further distress to someone already abused in front of witnesses and only giving a non genuine apology as he ‘had to’, is not someone capable of being a teacher of God’ word.

Church leaders need to have humility and all this is the opposite of that.

Everything stated in the report supports what I have stated and was witnessed by a highly regarded Christian, highly professional in her role in mental health – very able to judge situations accurately.

It also states my very distressed and unwell state last year when the spiritual abuse occurred and how my discernment in assessing these abusive situations once my emotions have settled, is discernment beyond many people’s capability.

It also states about the impact the ‘polarized’ actions of the Church, caused much harm to me and my family. Polarized being a very polite psychological term for ‘everyone sided with the pastor’ – which again was incredibly damaging, very hurtful and very sinful behaviours, especially considering the devastating impact spiritual abuse had on me to start with.

There are many people at that Church who should be very ashamed of their actions and behaviour, but they won’t, they are too weak to self reflect, and too sinful and too concerned with going against the flow.

It also states my courage and how I am concerned for the greater Church community to take notice of this warning and see this situation I endured – spiritual abuse – which is evil – seriously.

I truly want to remain positive of the outcome being God honouring, as per His very clearly stated many Bible verses on false teachers and wolves in sheep’s clothing.

Narcissists don’t change and have been and will continue to be used by Satan.

I don’t need any validation of what I already know and I am secure in understanding with clarity and depth and wisdom, but it was good to read this is writing from someone I respect, value and trust.

Author: Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

I am a survivor of complex and multiple trauma and abuse, who at the age of 40, began my healing journey. I am using my journey to recovery and healing, to help others, to help survivors feel less alone, validated, encouraged and to enable others to understand themselves more. Complex trauma, particularly from severe, prolonged childhood abuse, is profoundly life changing. Complex trauma produces complex adults. The journey to recovery is a painful, often lonely, emotional daily challenge and it is my aim to encourage others in their daily battle. ~ Lilly Hope Lucario

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