Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

A journey to healing from complex trauma.


Wow, this is very interesting reading. Applies to the narcissistic pastor I endured abuse from.

Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

I still get that overwhelming sense of ‘wow’, when I read other people’s understanding of narcissist/sociopaths and how they apply to the abusers in my life, and in particular to the pastor – who is without doubt – a narcissist himself and bordering sociopath.

And how common these people are in society – 1 in 20 people!

Wow! Satan must be so happy. No wonder God is busy trying to get courageous people like myself to help expose this wherever possible and no wonder these brave people are treated badly and rejected as I have been – Satan is loving encouraging that.

And so many people are being deceived by these narcissists/sociopaths.

So many people can’t spot these people, they are clever and get away with what they do, so much.

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I hate narcissism, because it is not of God. It is Satan’s delight and he uses it well.

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It is clear that as Christians, we can hate the sin, but not the sinner.

I believe the Bible talks very clearly about narcissism.

I believe narcissism is the opposite of God and the god of narcissism is Satan.

Satan is the king of narcissism. Believing he is God, or better than God.

If I didn’t hate so much what Satan and his evil minions do, I could almost feel sorry for them, but I don’t, because he is evil and causes all the suffering in this world.

Well, him and human sin, cause all the suffering in this world.

I don’t think Christianity cares enough at all – about narcissism and it’s rise and why.

I don’t see any Christians talking about it. It states clearly that things will worsen in the world, before Jesus returns, and I believe a large part of that will be narcissism.

Obviously, there…

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See no abuse, hear no abuse, don’t speak up about abuse.

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Sadly, nowhere is this more prevalent than in Christianity.

I have more non Christians friends who are disgusted with the amount of abuse in this world, than Christians I have known.

Just shows, how Satan truly is at work, within those who claim to be Christians, more than anywhere else, and I see the evil and the false teachings, and the unwise thinking and the ‘not my problem’ attitude. While abuse is condoned and enabled right throughout Christianity.

Of course Satan wants abuse enabled and condoned and for Christians to do little about it, quoting their incorrect, but very convenient interpretations, of forgiveness and grace.

*sigh.

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Both society and Christianity brainwash people, into false beliefs and lack of wisdom.

I believe Christ is pure and perfect. I believe His life, teachings, ministry, miracles, healings – are all abundant evidence of that.

I see His whole character, who was not a meak and mild man, who wasn’t a pushover, who wasn’t afraid to stand up to evil, and deal with what was wrong. He was perfect, and that included compassion and love and anger and tears.

Jesus, is who I aspire to be more like.

Not Christians.

I am NOT called to be like other Christians, I am called to be more like Christ.

I believe so much of Jesus’ infallible Word – is twisted, misinterpreted, taken out of context and used inappropriately and often abusively.

When this occurs, brainwashing occurs and I have seen it in action and I will not allow that to occur again. Continue reading